Ubud Village Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... surrounded by mountains and a pretty view. The girl who took us around was amazing. She had so much knowledge, was friendly and helpful. It was the most expensive coffee Shaun had ever bought but it felt right to support the plantation.
Had lunch near an active volcano. The buffet was nice, and had an amazing view of the volcano - if only the cloud moved out of the way.
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... on a trip they had planned for the following day. They had met an Indonesian lady in Jakarta who lived in Denespar and she had offered to hire and car and show them more of the island for a fee. It sounded good, so we said yes, and agreed to meet in reception for 9am when she was supposed to come to pick us all up. I hit the sack at around 12, whilst Paul stayed out until near 2am and we set the alarm for 8am. At 9am, we were up, ready and eating breakfast hut without any sign of ...
... personal transfer back to the South of the island via some beautiful landmarks. It was great to break up the long journey and we stopped off at GitGit waterfall, followed by Pura (Temple) Ulun Danau Bratan with a stunning lake setting. We really felt like we had started off on the right foot by venturing away from the tourist hotspots and seeing more of the island less spoilt by tourism.
OH YEAH, so...my RULES OF INDONESIAN DRIVING:
Another slow start was followed by a wander around town, where (with the tablet now defunct) we splashed out on a speaker to at least give us a replacement stereo. Then we returned to Sitara for a lunchtime curry, nephew seeking out another internet cafe. At this point the heavens opened, so we scurried back to the homestay to read and shelter from the rain, which continued for much of the ...
... to Malaysia which is kind of more trying, more commercial, more chaotic and less spiritual). There are lots of people and dogs - everywhere. Apparently the population is 3.5m and that's excluding about 1m tourists. Probably another 1m dogs. I've stayed in a few hotels just to keep it more exciting. All had lovely big rooms, which is a stark contrast compared to Australia where i was staying in dorms with shared bathrooms. I paid 30GBP for my first place, but ...