The Purist Villas And Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... an awesome find, all thank's to Ben! Hidden in a side street, approximately a 20 minute walk from the heart of Central Ubud, and such a beautiful place. We dropped our heavy bags, reflected on the journey it took to get here. That twenty hour bus ride, was crazy. Packed with all sorts of people: a family with the cutest baby, another backpacking pair--two girls from Spain, Javanese friends taking a trip to Bali, and more! It was definitely an experience.
We usually don't ...
We slept in our mosquito nets and had fans on during the night. Somehow Caleb and Christine still got bit. Our goal was to walk to Ubud center and see what there is to see. This meant walking past the Monkey Forrest. Christine certainly has a few phobias including monkeys, rubber bands, balloons and recently heights. Caleb and I were advised NOT to make eye contact with the monkeys as it was a ...
I woke up at 6 on Saturday morning ready to leave for Uluwatu. I have enjoyed my first week, but I was so excited to see the sea and feel more at home! The drive down was so nice and I got to see so many different places, each town is famous for a different thing to you drive through a town that only sells sliver and the next only sells wood carvings, so it was very interesting. We arrived at about 10:30 at our home stay which was ...
With Ubud we swapped the crystal clear blue sea and white sandy beaches of the Gili Islands for mountains, rice fields and cheeky little monkeys! It was the complete opposite really but in a very good way! The cooler air and slight overcast skies were the respite that we needed though after hopping from beach to beach for the last few weeks!
On arrival we were extremely lucky as we managed to find an amazing little place to stay called Puri Asri ...
... After breakfast we started the tour proper, taking tiny mountain roads to swim in the largest of the 3 waterfalls at Gitgit, then onwards to see the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple on the beautiful Lake Bratan in the Bedugul Highlands, we took the tiny winding roads have lunch looking out over the rice paddy field terraces at Jatiluwih, and finally feed monkeys in the monkey forest - a whistle stop tour from North Bali back south to Kuta. Thursday was a pj day - recovering from an early start and ...