Ubud Lestari Bungalows
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Ubud Lestari Bungalows Gianyar
Travel Blogs from Gianyar
... humidity, with our heavy bags and we got lost because the hostel didn't have a sign outside. Once we were checked in we got talking to a few other girls staying there and decided to walk to the Monkey Forest 5 minutes up the road. The forest was nice and had a couple of small temples in it, but I'm fast learning I'm not a fan of monkeys, mainly because I'm paranoid about catching rabies if one were to bite me! On Sunday a group of us decided to head to the rice fields, ...
... day we have been extremely fortunate to witness several ceremonies as well as a gamelan performance outside our door. The people here are more welcoming than I had ever imagined. Every child, mother, or grandparent on the street greets us with a smile and asks how we are doing, or where we are headed. Our breakfast was prepared by the fantastic cooking staff who made us banana pancakes and cut up piles of fresh ...
... over the river and all the huge Banyan trees and rice paddies around. A very nice spiritual place, I could see meditating there for a few days. A very special place, unlike the GWK back in Jimbaran (poke).
After this our driver took us on an amazing drive thru the paddy fields with the extreme mountain terrane. We had lunch at a nice outdoor resturant over looking some paddy fields with ...
... never belong as much as the jungle natives themselves - the insects. Around 2pm a cacophonous noise begins out of nowhere. You would swear building work has just started. There's a circular saw, interjected with some foot pump driven wheel that is surely mangling or ironing or creating something on a production line...but no. It's just the insects, creating, orchestrating. Definitely orchestrating. The noise grows to a crescendo and just continues on and on. ...
... downhill we stopped at a typical Balinese house, similar to where I was staying. We went to a coffee plantation too and I got to see how they roast the beans and try lots of different types, including Luwack coffee, the worlds most expensive coffee, made by the ehhh beans that have gone through the digestive track of an animal. It tasted like ****, haha pun intended. Ah no was just a bit strong. Anyway then we started the cycle which was amazing, we stopped at a rice paddy and ...