Travel Blogs from Singaraja
... of Ubud. The local community own an important role to keep this forest naturally in order to all wild animals able to live smoothly.
One day we did a tour with a driver who brought us to the Rice Terraces, temples, Tegenungang waterfalls, Wood Handicraft shops, a Coffee plantation where you can try and buy coffees, teas and the world famous Kopi Luwak coffee.
Kopi Luwak is the most expensive and rarest coffee in the ...
... themselves at you and you find you have a handful of boob (it’s okay if you like that, but they don’t really have much there anyway) I won’t be getting any massage here
There are some good Aussie restaurants here, I have a 7 course meal in one, a pie and a six pack (I was told it’s a traditional Aussie meal)
The sea looked really good, the surf was up, plenty of surfers, but none seemed to be getting 'the big one’ I had a bit of ...
... sacks there already so our bags were piled up on the back seats, then more boxes piled up against the emergency exit
We went around a picked up more people until the bus was full, there were kids and old people, and it really was going to be a very long night
We did stop about 4 hours down the road, just so the drivers could change over and have a smoke break, we managed to pile off and get some food and water, we needed it, it was like a mobile oven, they ...
... nature, very very impressive and humbling at the same time.
We then climbed back up the mountain
back to the coffee plantation. There, Ketut made us a lunch of
chicken and vegetables in coconut milk. It was a tasty meal
considering that it was cooked on a one-ring carry stove. It was
followed by fresh melon, which our kids love.
The walk back was a bit of an
anti-climax after all the stunning experiences the rest of the day.
We walked down ...
... have been to this performance to remind you of the dance.
Despite having a front row seat, using my long ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool