The Taman Ayu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Our travels finished in a very much flash packer way. After over 4 months of travelling round we were ready to settle into 1 place for more than a couple of nights. After a late arrival we got picked up from the airport by a lovely Balinese taxi driver. The drive to Ubud in the centre of the island took just over an hour. Our hotel was beautiful …
... and they have great deals for large groups which is perfect for us. The experience is fun & unforgettable.
Once I had finished my surfing lesson I had built up quite a hunger so I decided to head off in search of something great to eat.
It wasn't long until I came across a street store called Naughty Nuri's Warung everyone was raving about this place and it's fantastic pork rips and burgers. I ordered a massive plate of pork ribs ...
... is not somewhere that you should go out. Apparently it's wall to wall traffic jams and marauding crowds. I'm sure there's a reason we were told to go there for new years. Stupid. Openly drunken behaviour is not tolerated by the locals but fortunately we don't really drink so that wont be a problem. MTV in indonesia plays music. Must be a cheap ripoff, that no-one's bothered to update for 10 years Settle on a hotel in Jakarta and then head back to try and finish the beer ...
... of about 20 buildings, the vast majority being a combination of dive shop and hotel. Based on the recommendation of a guy that we met, we selected a dive company and checked into the hotel attached (the only down side was that it was run by French people...).
To make the most of our time, we started diving right away. We literally put the bags in the room and were in the water within 45 minutes. It was my first time doing a dive from shore. I ...
... And I couldn't afford the Lewak coffee so I just bought the regular Balinese. And chocolate! THE best chocolate I have ever had. It is organic dark cholocate, but made with no milk, so it doesn't melt in the heat and is not super filling or sweet. It's one of those food moments where you sit down and close your eyes, and all you can think about it what you are eating :) After the coffee plantation we went to the Tegalalang rice terraces. They were pretty cool to look at ...