Hotel Uyah Amed Spa and Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
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... coming to
terms with everything, and of course the total luxury of the villa in all its
beautiful aspects was a total contrast to the places that we have been staying
in so far on our journey, so taking in all the lovely space and details of this
place was going to take some time. The villa has a wonderful staff, primarily
comprised of the housekeeper Sari who is a local woman who cooks for us, and
she cook’s like a professional, she is also a ...
... hello to the locals. Then the dog posies must have smelled the Canadians - they started coming out on the steer barking and following us in groups. Rather unsettling. Every house seemed to have a dog. Two black dogs saw use barked at each other and then took off - we figure they had gone to tell their posse that there were some good humans to bite out front so we started to sprint. Most of the dogs had been white strong pitbull looking dogs. Finally ...
... passing of the bean through the Lewak changed the taste and gives a great coffee. I tried both just the normal Balinese coffee, not eaten by the Lewak, and the Lewak coffee and the Lewak coffee was definitely better. The lady explained how the coffee was made and then let me sample about other types they made also, including chocolate, coconut and various teas. Some in my opinion were too sweet, and the small cup was enough. Once back in Ubud, I was on a tight ...
... me…It was Kitook, and his wife, Kitook…. Such wonderful people. He was my dive master and she runs a little restaurant across from us…(as well as books trips, helps carry baggage from the boats etc) What a nice couple- they were walking by and saw me and just stopped to chat and say good morning. Makes you feel very special.
Washed our clothes last night… 3 days ...
... in Amed, also a Balinese with dreadlocks, who was one hundred percent related to Captain Jack Sparrow (as an alternative, cool Balinese you have to listen to reggae music, that actually means listening to Bob Marley as he seems to be the only reggae singer they know in Bali)
Anyway, our Captain Jack knew a very nice snorkelling spot, where we went for exploring the coral reef - just beautiful!
The Hoky-Homestay ...