Villa Kayu Raja
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... It's incredibly laid back (trust me, you don't need a yoga or meditation class to keep calm here). It's a place where anyone can feel like they belong. Only got to Ubud yesterday afternoon so still lots of exploring to do. Went to the market this morning and am now fully kitted out in Asian backpacker attire. A whole new look for a whole new ...
... sweet at all compared to what we know from England. As the market was already half closed, which was our stupid rude drivers fault for taking the wrong route (I'm not even going there, we weren't happy with his service at all lets just say that) we made him take us to a super store nearby where we bought some snacks for lunch. I find it really strange that in Indonesia no super markets sell ready to go sandwiches or wraps or anything at all that is ...
... a cheap room which includes breakfast and is right by the sea. The shower is amazing and the fan is powerful and we have a sink and mirror so were more than happy! We also have a really cheap and good supermarket opposite where I stocked up on toiletries (overdue) and we found cheap chocolate and lots of it !!! It's just those basic things that make you so so happy when your backpacking, you wouldn't believe it. This hotel is much better than the ones in the last couple of ...
... Dragons One of the highlights of coming to Indonesia was the chance to visit the one and only Komodo islands. With our stay in Bali running out, we booked our flights and put together a 2 day trip. I managed to find a dive center that could accommodate my schedule. Our flight arrived at 7:50am and the dive boat was scheduled to leave at 8:15am! With some persistence they agreed to delay the boat for me and I booked a 2 tank dive. :-) Komodo marine park is considered a ...
... owner of our home stay in Ubud advised me to see the local GP for a 'small donation'. Having considered this and deciding it was quite reasonable I travelled on the back of her scooter; alongside Charlotte (a new organised German travel acquaintance I've managed to pick up) to the nearby clinic. Unfortunately, after lots of problems with language barriers and difficult questions- the whole experience turned out reasonably expensive. Everyone ...