The Ubud Village Resort & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our very own plunge pool was worth the 24 hour flight to Bali!
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On Saturday morning we got up and had an early breakfast before setting off on our 4 hour walk around the Ubud area. The walk started off on road though the villages on the outskirts of Ubud, they were very lovely and had quiet little shops and places to eat and stay. From the moment we stepped of the road and onto the path it was beautiful. We were surrounded by rice fields, palm trees and thick greenery as we walked down some incredibly steep steps ...
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Lisa & Tommy Lennie got in touch with us to see if we would like to spend the afternoon with them and their "Two little monkey's" Mils & Rio. We jumped at the offer of having a little time with them and Jules really wanted to see the Monkey Forest as well.
We arrived at a different entrance than what Tommy & Lisa and the boys did so we decided by phone to meet in the middle. ...
... until the top of the Kintamani region to a restaurant to have a small snack of fried banana and tea or coffee!!! Won't sleep tonight with the caffine over-load. The view of Mount Batur was amazing and across to Lake Batur as well. Spectacular spot to eat with an incredible view!
... surfers but not much in the way of teachers, but they was needed neither the less not only for board rental but because the waves break out to sea so a boat is needed to get out to the surf. With the exception of once at home or time in Bagasbas in the Philippines was our only real experience of surfing so we was looking forward to trying it out again. The waves here however seemed a lot bigger, stronger and better than any we have previously tried before and ...
... Locals hate it and blame each other but no one blames themselves. We went to White Sand Beach which would have looked amazing if all the rubbish wasn't there. We felt bad so we helped the locals clean the beach up,which is something they had to do every day when the rains came. Not fun!
Overall, I think we were unlucky to have all the rubbish due to rain they had a few weeks prior but Padang Bai is somewhere people should visit for a couple ...