Adi Cottages

Monkey Forest Street Ubud, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia | 3 star ranch
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Location

This 3 star ranch, located on Monkey Forest Street Ubud, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Museum Puri Lukisan.
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    Travel Blogs from Ubud

    "Oobood"

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... set back from the road. Their plot is scattered with a dozen shrines and mini temples, which Mrs Arsa sprinkles with water from a frangipani flower, and decorates with small offerings of rice on bananna leaves and a woven palm leaf basket with other tasty titbits for the gods (including biscuits and sweets), accompanied by prayers and burning incense. Their house is nicely tucked away from the noise and the traffic, and Mr Arsa can arrange just about anything, ...

    Indonesia

    A travel blog entry by gillessoenen on May 30, 2014

    17 photos

    ... videogames (Xbox 360, PS3, computers; whichever you prefer), about the massage chairs, the huge food court, the gardens,… I didn’t mind spending the night there, even though I didn’t find any sleeping chairs and didn’t want to spend money on a bed in one of the hotels within the airport.

    The next morning I arrived in Jakarta. I had heard some worrisome stories about the horrendous traffic, the smog and the general franticness of the city. ...

    Ubud & Gili Islands

    A travel blog entry by druce903 on Apr 06, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... try some varieties of Balinese coffees and teas. We cycled through back roads, past rice paddies, stopping at a village where we met a Balinese family. There's a totally different vibe when you get out to the villages, it's so laid back, and instead of running after you to try and sell you something, people are running outside to say hello. We both have sore legs now but a very enjoyable day. Tomorrow we are off to the gili islands for some ...

    Backroads of Bali

    A travel blog entry by lberney on Mar 10, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... taste normal coffee and then we compared it to the Luwak coffee. We were not impressed. Although much stronger in flavor and more robust than the regular coffee, didn't seem worth the extraordinary effort! We will not be bringing back samples for all of you curious enough to try it-sorry.

    The bikes were ready for us at the top of the volcano overview. After making some seat adjustments, we were on our way speeding down the back roads of Bali. We went ...

    Bali by bike? why not !

    A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Jan 30, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... every turn, the sweet stench of durian clings to the air as you hear nothing but the power of the scooter and your own thoughts. We encountered roads that had been washed away due to landslides (the rain has been very heavy). One road was virtually impassable, 2 cars had been swept away the night before. Locals we stopping, grabbing shovels and digging out the road. We passed roads with giant holes in it clear down to the next alpine level, roads with boulders and trees ...