Villa Awang Awang
Travel Blogs from Ubud
... get to. So I went with 4 woman from my dorm to dinner. Great bunch. Got drunk with Tara an american student in a bar and listened to the wicked live band. Great night. Hope to see her again as she studying in England for her masters. Tues 23rd - went to Kuta to meet Pieter and Anita a Spanish lady. We sat on the legendary kuta beach the waves were massive and its a beautiful sandy beach. The beach has a bad rep but it was clean and the waves fun. That night the 3 of us went to ...
... and I got the shuttle back to the hotel and watched some tv before bed.
The hotel had a buffet breakfast. It was alright.
Caught the shuttle into town to meet the others, but only Alicia was there. I waited about a half hour for Jacci and Heathyr before joining the others in the market. We wandered around there a while before heading to the Monkey Forest. Walk around the Monkey Forest taking lots of pictures. Back into town and ...
... up designer surf stuff here for 30 quid when it would cost them double that back home. So tim gets a pair of knock off fake designer surf shorts from a nice lady on a street stall for 4 quid or 60,000, she asked for 100,000 but we bargained and got it cheaper. The jewellery is expensive too for what it is...and just to top it off, there's beggars and touts everywhere. Mothers holding babies who put their hands out for money ...
... these trails so sketchy? We were on the side of a very wet muddy cliff in Bali and any one of these banks could give at any time. One of them did under Hannah’s foot, but she managed to stay upright. It was only a small chunk that went down.
We were now headed towards a group of people that were working calf deep in the fields. We were headed away from the shops and cafes we came from, and it didn’t appear to lead to those ...
... around a monkey forest in the middle. This is where the true Bali that everyone loves was hiding! (This is of course the setting of Eat Pray Love, and although the woman is seriously whiny, Bali is pretty much just like the film! Oh apart from the medicine man, who we went to visit, he has just become a huge tourist attraction and people were queuing for like 3 hours just to talk to him!) The Balinese, unlike their fellow countrymen follow the Hindu religion/way of life but ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking