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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Viceroy Bali Ubud
Travel Blogs from Ubud
... of on of the volcanoes; there was a beautiful lake at the bottom of it and Edd's mom decided it would be a good idea to sit at the lake and have a drink. Our driver took us down the winding roads, in second gear, to a car park with a few stores where we could buy drinks.
Unfortunately, the vultures descended, offering us massages, bracelets, hair wraps, hair platting and scarves. I had a conversation with one as to whether or not she managed ...
... so much fun and it was such a novelty not to be freezing cold after 5 minutes! We stayed on the beach until sunset, reading and chatting, it was so nice to be with mum again after so long. For dinner we went to a local warung and mum tried her first local food which went down well and then we headed back down to the beach to listen to the live music. I absolutely love Seminyak at night, the atmosphere is ...
... very rough so we couldn't go in. We then walked to a sight called The Sunken House, which was a series of connected caves underground that were very tiny and made you very extremely claustrophobic. The man in charge told us that some Australians had spent 2 weeks down there meditating and the thought just made me feel a bit ill as it was so small! We walked on further until we reached the suspension bridge that connects Lembongan with its neighbouring island. ...
... as stall holder wouldn't budge. Back up towards Mall - D changed some Aussie to Rupiah - then checked out some of the gorgeous boutiques in Seminyak - saw some sandals I loved - but $100. - will look at home.
by now it is 5 pm - worried about the girls back at the resort - still the shell and feather necklaces to be bought. Made drove us to some shops we saw on Monday ( seems like months ago) - and Success - we found them again, necklaces ...
... Maria who owns the place. She showed me around the house and answered my questions about the house and Ubud in general. I also met Wira who is the housekeeper and handyman. He offered to take me back to his village this week to have lunch with his family. That was very nice of him.
My only concern is that the house is so open that I need to be ...