The Sungu Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... this was out of my ear shot). We were all wrapped up in long sarongs, even though our knees were covered - it was interesting that they weren't particularly interested in shoulders; it was, however, a high crime to be in the temple if you had a child that didn't have teeth. Crisis.
The temple was beautiful and very very large, we walked up the stairs and managed to get a good view of the beautiful surroundings; it was not a perfectly clear ...
... forest. That was definitely an experience. As a part of a philosophy homework assignment, we needed to go observe the behavior of the monkeys. When you enter the forest, there are carts every 500 feet or so that sell bananas. We decided not to bring or buy food since they tend to be aggressive towards those who have some. Even without food, two monkeys on separate occasions went for my feet. Their teeth are terrifying. We witnessed an ...
... a sign saying that it led to Sari Organic, a Warung that I read about - it was located in the middle of the rice paddies.
Walking the rice paddies is one the the most interesting things to do in Ubud. Watching the workers knee deep in mud planting the rice seedlings or smoothing out the paddy. Rice needs plenty of moving water to grow so the paddies are flooded during the early stages of planting. Bali grows 2 types ...
... to see it so we skipped that stop and went straight onto the restaurant. It was now 3pm!
Lunch was horrible!
It was the type of restaurant where everything is laid out buffet style for the tourist buses which is the best way to do it. But everything was brown. There was lots of vegetarian food for Jody but looking at the plate it was very unappetising. Rice was brown, noodles were brown, spring rolls were brown, onion rings were brown. The only colour on the plate ...
... green rice paddy fields and little Balinese houses. I stopped for lunch along the way, at an organic restaurant in the middle of the rice fields and then just walked some more. It was such a nice day. In the evening, after all that hard work I treated myself to an hour long manicure and pedicure and a giant ice cream sundae!
So, what now? Wait for Mum and Alex to arrive and celebrate my 30th Birthday!