The Sungu Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews The Sungu Resort & Spa Ubud
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... suddenly water was available further down in the reception area at 20,000 rupiah per bottle, so Edd went to buy a bottle for our trip. This was the first time we've gone anywhere and not actually taken water with; it was just as well he had gone back to only collect extra money from our room just in case we needed to buy something.
He bought a small bottle of water for us to share and paid for everything at the reception desk - this trip was cheaper ...
... I can't remember, but I bought most of them and it will be tomorrow's breakfast! We got caught in a huge rainstorm and couldn't scooter back down the mountain so we hung out and explored the market for the time being. This day was an incredible one with sights I will never forget. Staying at Balibbu has been real fun, but tomorrow I head to the Melatti Cottages to meet my new yoga family for the next month!
... the mind and tolerance levels” to the test.
The driver failed to pick us up at the airport as arranged through numerous emails. Although, a short inexpensive ten minute taxi solved the problem. Ahhh..... The paradox that is Asia...four people all involved in checking us in but nobody at the airport to pick us up?????? Flowing thick and fast were apologies from everyone and by the way, the Wi Fi is not ...
... The poor waiter looked so shell shocked! Friday: I woke up feeling soooo poorly today, sore throat, head ache, runny nose... I just wanted to curl up in my bed at home and watch Harry Potter :( As I had said I was going to teach the children a dance this morning I rallied after breakfast and went down. I was so glad I did though because as soon as I walked though the gates, Dayu, a girl who has never really warmed to me, ran up and threw her arms around my waist, ...
... two hour drive, it took us almost six to reach the familiar gate that marked the entrance of our village. The speed at which our driver overtook the hundreds of potholes on the streets caused our heads to be repeatedly smashed into the roof of the car, giving us blinding headaches by the time we arrived. Even so, we had a day full of adventures and came home with our cameras filled with photos and hearts filled with ...