Travel Blogs from Ubud
Fiona & I have been chilling in Ubud while the kids are at camp.
Ubud is the calm spiritual, arts and crafty center of Bali, made famous by the book and film " Eat Pray Love". This part of Bali is a bit strange as the obviously lush farmland, filled with rice paddies is cut into long thin strips by the …
... lamps on for us.
We had a moped on one of the days and headed out into the surrounding countryside, we stopped at a lovely cafe overlooking the rice terraces, they were stunning and different to the ones we had seen in the Phiippines.There was the usual array of people selling things and business must have been slack! One lady tried to sell us a hand stiched blanket, we explained we had no room in our bags and she said ' It's only 600,000 Rupiah' ...
... Bringing a kid is a good way to go first in line
... over many rice fields and settled into our
room completely made of dark wood with a mosquito net over our four
post bed. Loving life already. The first night we met the group and
had a lovely buffet dinner served by Ananda. The next morning we
started the day with yoga (yummy) and another delicious buffet for
breakfast (Doug's favorite) and then explored a bit around Ubud. For
the next week we did yoga every morning led by the beautiful ...
... road to the beach for some morning beach yoga. Beautiful. 7:30am I jumped in a taxi and made my way back to Ubud to pack up my things and join Tracey and Bryan for our work meeting-exciting!
So.... I now have a plan for the next couple of months and I'm heading back to Bali in May with Shades of Yoga!!! I will be spending the next month travelling around Thailand seeking new venues to be used as teacher training ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility