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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Bali is a great island destination for couples, with a variety of activities and romantic things to do. Today, we took time to do a bit of shopping, visit the Monkey Forest and then have a romantic meal on a secluded beach (courtesy of Tash).
Our day begun with a nice breakfast on our balcony. There is a wide selection of food in Ubud and our hotel is no exception, serving up a large breakfast of our choice. One of the highlights has been the ...
... not to a single place but to a form of rice cultivation used throughout the island, in which paddy fields are layered on terraces, not unlike those used in Inca agriculture. There is nondescript sign on Ubud high street which says nothing more than "Rice Field 50m" and following the sign is a revelation. It leads to an extraordinary walking trail through such paddies in which it is possible to ...
... Lunch for 3 Adults, 1 child, and 1 Mookie came to just over Rp500k, including a couple of large Bintangs. When I consider that it’s roughly the equivalent of a night’s accommodation, it’s a little disappointing. Nevertheless, it was good, the beer was cold, we were sitting on the beach, and it really doesn’t get much better than that.
Once Mookie is satisfied that there’s nothing left on anyone else’s plate, Sheryl takes the boys back to ...
... the perfect paste within a few seconds. When we added the sauces to the sizzling hot oil in the massive frying pans the fumes from the chillies were so strong they caught in back of my throat and gave me a coughing fit. Once again I don't think she was impressed and stepped in to carry on with the stirring. So it's safe to say I wasn't the star student but I still learnt loads and didn't hold back asking questions. I wanted to know it all! The food we created by the ...
... br> I walked in such a hurry and with such purpose, I didn’t even know why. Usually I walk and walk until I am so parched that I cannot stand it anymore and force myself into some corner café.
This time it was different.
My feet led me unconsciously to the restaurant that called my attention earlier in the drive. One never quiet knows why a place whispers to them. It can only be known as the “X” factor. It could be that should ...