Biyukukung Suites and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Biyukukung Suites and Spa Ubud
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... and Pascal with an ankle injury from surfing. At one point Anton and I sat waiting for them for about 20 minutes and seriously debating whether to go for help as it was getting dark before finally spotting them. It was really dark as we were finishing so had to use torches for the last 15 minutes or so and on returning to our bikes we had a problem. One had a flat tyre and the lights didn't work on the other. We were a fair way into the forest so said screw ...
... set off back towards Ubud. The winding roads back down the hillside offered fabulous views over the surrounding paddies. Those same roads proved fortuitous when we ran out of fuel and had to coast a few hundred yards down the hill before finding a fuel stop. We purchased a litre, which came in a glass bottle and was decanted into the tank through a funnel. This should have been plenty to get us home, except, of course, that we ...
... away from the Tirta Empul. You have to go down 270 steps to get to the complex which is at the bottom of the valley. The journey down is extremely pleasant with some breathtakingly beautiful views of padi fields and palm trees. The complex comprises 10 rock-cut kandi (shrines) carved into the cliff face. They stand in 7m tall sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face. These monuments are thought to be dedicated to King Anak Wungsu ...
... bathing pools , which we used to cool off. Crystal clear icy water- we added a naked Ru! The route is meant to be notorious for inducing motion sickness, but I have to say I was fine. I've matured slightly from the throwing up on my shoes stage of travel nausea, and have generally progressed to just getting a migraine for a few days. I once had to drive for 1 hour and 45 minutes and got sick. Just to clarify....it was ME doing the driving! However, the road to ...
... up big smiles and high-5s all round, very adorable!
On our first day we taught letters and body parts. They could sing the alphabet quite well and could all write their names with little or no help. They could identify letters when we wrote them on the board but most couldn't really construct sentences together but could repeat after us and with repetition then start to remember.
The knew body parts quite well and enjoyed singing heads, shoulders, knees and ...