Ubud Village Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... place for suckling pig for lunch, so I did. So, so! Washed down with a fanta! I only ever seem to drink soft dink when it's hot and sticky, and that it has been. Loving it.
Spent some time at the Ubud Palace after lunch. It's still the residence for the royal family, but the part open to the public is well trampled and shabby. Pity! There are some amazing examples of ornate carvings or timber and stone everywhere you look. Sometimes it's hard to tell ...
... faffing about we were on the road by 11.30am. Halfway there we got stopped by police wanting to see Pascal and Antons international driving licence. Not realising we needed one they had to shell out the equivalent of 13 quid to purchase one for the remainder of their trip. It was proving to be an expensive trip for Pascal! After I had picked a few oranges off the nearby orange trees we set off again and after only getting lost once we made it to the town of ...
... a total of over 12 hours in school. And you still do stuff at home. The first 3 days I was in bed by 10-10:30, passed out. The 4th day I was unable to fall asleep. I turned off the laptop at 11:20 pm to sleep, but my brain kept me up until 2am. You see... I don't have a life at the moment. But that's ok, because everyone around me is nice, we all have the same problems, we all support each other, the lessons are fun, the teachers are great and we finally get hot water ...
... the home stay we had a walk around their "family temple". Many of the homestays in Ubud incorporated one of these, which are essentially miniature versions of the Hindu temples found in most Indonesian towns. At Amel's it also provided somewhere for the hens to live! We went for dinner at one of the local warung, where a meal of fried noodles and a bottle of drink was less than £1 per ...
... country side to the temple. I wore long pants and a rain coat to both protect from the sun and road burn if it came to it. After trying on everyone's helmet I popped my head into a helmet a little too big and took off down the main streets of Ubud and out into the hillsides. It took a few kilometres to loosen my death grip from the back of Jakes motor bike, then the journey became much more enjoyable. The advantage of driving your self, the opportunity to take ...