The Ubud Village Resort & Spa
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... overwhelming. All the stalls were selling the same touristy **** and the people who worked at the stalls were very pushy. I would much rather shop in stores. But we got some important things accomplished, namely ATM and finding out info about transport to Gili Islands. I went to 2 more yoga classes this afternoon. The vinyasa class was a really good workout- I was dripping by the ...
... place on the advice of our guide, it would mean a hill ascent of 5 minutes or we could free-wheel directly to the villa, we nearly turned back due to the hill proving an obstacle too-great for some. It was at this point Wayan asked if it was Miss Jenny’s first time on a bike which made me laugh a little too loud.
The coffee place turned out to be fascinating and beautiful in its own right, a tour viewing the ...
Another lazy day. I could get used to this. After another delicious breakfast, we were taken to town. This time, we asked to be dropped at the Monkey Forest, which is a temple complex and extensive grounds, overrun by macaques. The monkeys were very funny and not nearly as aggressive as is their reputation. None threw sticks at Paul, so I'm not sure I believe they are real monkeys. The monkeys have a reputation for being thieves (and, in some stories, are in league with ...
... all kinds of beauty and therapy treatment line every street with massages from as little as £4. Check out the little dog I saw outside the salon next to my accommodation yesterday; I had to double take back down the street to get a picture! Then following these we'll probably chill in a cafe and take in the amazing 'Bali spirit'.
The cockroach has returned. Had a lovely evening in a cafe just down the street with a local ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Our very own plunge pool was worth the 24 hour flight to Bali!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.