Ixora Resort & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We went to Ubud for the day.
The day started with a massive monsoon rain in the morning and we thought we were going to be flooded out. But as we arrived at the Gunung Kawi Tampaksiring temple the rain stopped. The locals were having a hindu cerimony and they welcomed us graciously. (love the locals of Bali).
We spent about 90 minutes walking the huge grounds around this amazing temple. A ...
... and than went back to the hotel. 22nd Today we wanted to drive to Ubud again. The weather didn't look that fantastic but we got our rain poncho with us and went for it. First we would drive to visit the Pura Taman Ayun temple which was a little of our way. The temple site is beautiful and quite different from the ones we had seen, it resembled the pagodas we had seen in Japan but than in small. Just after we had walked around and made our pictures it started raining so ...
Saturday and Sunday were fairly uneventful – Hannah started with bad guts at about 5am on the Saturday and didn't stop all day except to sleep, which left poor Joe to watch movies in a tiny room (and adjoining bathroom) with no ventilation – it must be ...
... kissing it. They had a king cobra and a luwat, there was a bat, I thought that was cool. One of the snakes didn't eat a rat so the keeper gave it to the owl. We then got mocked by a mocking bird, that was funny. We had an early dinner and got about 50 ...
... surrounding buildings seemed to be where locals lived; we later learned this was a family compound. Quite a small and quiet place; a great change from the usual busy hostels we had in Australia. Breakfast was served out in reception to us with nobody around. Just out front was many stores and even a lady selling fruit. Taking a look at the surrounding buildings, there was such great detail and statues surrounding the entrance ways to all the shops and restaurants. Walking to our ...