The Royal Pita Maha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 …
When we arrived in Ubud in Bali it was already 10pm. But where we always found places in Kuta, Gilis and Lombok to eat, here in Ubud everything closes very early. So we had a lot of trouble finding something to eat, so we ended up in the homestay just drinking beer with some other travelers.
The next day we went to the monkey forest in Ubud, it was quiet funny however the monkey were a bit ...
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Lunch knocked me out (a large Bintang - whiplash! - will do that to you), so the afternoon was a bit of a washout. So we headed off to Kuta to find my new hotel. At first, the hotel seemed like a step up from the one in Ubud. The most important thing was that they accepted credit cards for any payment, this was not the case in Ubud. Major plus point as I was running out of cash. The other big ...
... out is the basis of most Balinese dishes. It seems if you can make a good one of these (i imagine everyone has their own recipes) then you are practically a Balinese chef. Sure enough, cooking started and it was going to be a group, rather than an individual effort, to make all the dishes (not ideal in a group of 8 people). For this dish/sauce i wasn't too bothered to be honest, as the recipe is pretty much 'gather all the ingredients, grind/pound them together and then heat ...
... t decide until after we had left our place in Amed and were sat in the Rasta bar pondering our next move. I had wanted to go to Kintamani near Mount Batur and Dani was also wanting to go to an old traditional village for a night called Munduk. Eventually we settled for heading right up North towards Buleleng as it would be a good base for exploring the Northern part of the Island and after that we would then drop down towards Munduk. So tank full of petrol and bags on our back we ...