The Ubud Village Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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Our very own plunge pool was worth the 24 hour flight to Bali!
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... It's quite a disgusting story but yes I drank it and yes it was very tasty :) the Luwaka animal is a rare cat like species and they eat the red coffee beans and then poo them out. The beans/poo are then collected and cleaned and filtered out into coffee granules and there you have it a 'cat poo chino' I was the only one to try it out of my group and they all looked at me like I was crazy. They eagerly awaited holding their breath for my opinion of ...
... looking a little gaudy), which will be used to transport the body to the ceremonial grave site, where both will be cremated. The ashes are then released over water. The actual cremation begins tomorrow, but there were already many men and cars at the site this morning starting to celebrate. Cremations are a very happy event for the Balinese, who are quite pragmatic about death (may relate to their belief in reincarnation ...
... as Sare had explained that it was good luck and many people were getting married on or around this time, to coincide with the planetary alignment we used our trusty guide in Google and we delved a little into the zodiac meaning of this particular alignment for ourselves. We were quickly informed that this particular alignment represents unity, love and relationships. Now I know that sometimes star signs can be all over the place, with Russell Grant and Mystic Meg promising all kinds ...
Well where should I start. We persuaded Michael (who we met in New Zealand and then again in Melbourne) and Dominik (who we met in Fiji) to come to Bali with us. So for the first 2weeks we travelled around as a 4, along with others that we met along the way. We arrived in Kuta just before midnight and it was proving rather difficult to get a taxi for a decent price to our hotel. This we due to 'Nyepi Day' (which we only found out about the day before we were going to ...
... friendly people we have met in all of our travels so far. In Ubud, we met so many locals who were excited to talk to us and tell us about their culture. On our last day as we were waiting for our bus first thing in the morning, an old lady sweeping the streets said hello, asked where we were from and then seeing our backpacks asked us if we were leaving. She bid us a friendly farewell and left us with smiles on our faces as we set off to explore more of ...