The Royal Pita Maha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The marriage of Stacey Swinkles to Simon Kluckow...
After the cooking class we decided not to participate in any of the other activities arranged before the wedding as they would be to physically demanding on both Jules and I as a hell of a lot of walking was to be involved as well as climbing and descending...lol. So we chose to relax because …
... with one of the best pools we had seen right on our room doorstep, small and almost private overlooking rice paddies. Fairly near the centre most things were walk-able, our first trip was to the monkey forest. Macaque monkeys literally everywhere, roaming around like they owned the place. They weren't shy either, jumping on people at any opportunity for a bit of food or anything valuable. One of the staff gave me some corn to hold out, they were reluctant at ...
Jules is more than convinced that her lifespan is now that of a caged Asian chook.
We are now awaiting our lift to Ubud and should that not arrive, the guy at reception has
assured me that his friend will take us....I can hardly wait to see how that one pans out. All good though and quite a bit of rain but hasn't slowed us down too much.
All in jest though as the Balinese are a beautiful ...
... forest. I had a local Balinese dish called '...' Which is tuna and egg steamed in banana leaves served with rice and veg in a Balinese sauce. The setting and food made for a perfect first lunch in Ubud and set the bar high. We planned to have a quick browse of the shops before meeting Florian but us being us that was never going to happen. The jewellery and art is too gorgeous. We ended up back at the hotel ...
... raccoon looking animal) with coffee bean fruit, and process the pooped beans for a better milder coffee. It's ridiculously expensive, because so much more time and labor go into making this unique type of coffee. It was an interesting experience to say the least. Not sure if the price justifies the taste though... The pictures never really do justice to the stunning scenery in reality but I hope you can get a glimpse of why I love Bali so much ...