The Purist Villas And Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... me the price would be 150.000 IDR per night but when I finally asked for the bill it was suddenly 250.000! It was still a reasonable price for that accomondation (including breakfast, a pool and a single room with balcony) but nevertheless I was really angry!! I had no real chance to insist on the cheaper price because there were 5 other guys from the hotel that insisted on the wrong price as well. Next time I'll pay or ask for the bill in advance!
... recall of things. My favourite line was "remember to smile, not so much for me, but for you!" Great class, I attempted a few new things and surprised myself. Amazing what you can do when surrounded by the energy and presence of 60 other yogi's. Other things, I just did not do, recognising and accepting my limits, no ego here. The mats were pretty close to each other and the super tall inexperienced guy in front of me got dangerously close to ...
... us and we got to sample many varieties of tea and coffee. We did not sample 'luwak' coffee however, which is the type eaten and fermented by Asian Palm civets (small cat-like animals) before being roasted in the normal way. Apparently it tastes no different to regular coffee so the whole thing seems rather pointless!
Eventually we started the cycle tour which required little to ...
... at least until early afternoon. I have Janet Evanovich to keep me amused between swims and Steve has Clive Cussler. When the construction appeared to be done we returned to the burre for an afternoon siesta, some packing preparation and happy hour on the deck before our dinner. We decided to have the duck which had to be ordered ...
... a yoga/meditation/music festival that runs every year in Ubud.
Supposedly people come from all over the world to attend the seminars and engage in the peaceful, loving culture.
I only attended the music :) but was lucky to see a young band from Bali, a local dance/chanting crew, an incredible band from Senegal and Sweden- the singer was Swedish, so she sang in a haunting voice while a guy from Senegal played the kora, which is like a guitar with a really round body but also ...