The Purist Villas And Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... Jon and I began emailing each other, sharing itineraries and ideas and it wasn't long before we were on Facebook and Skype. The more we spoke, the more we realised we could do this trip together. So we spent months studying maps and coming up with our route. Eventually, I booked our flights from Australia and Jon transferred me the money and 6 months later I met him at the Opera House in Sydney.
I know it sounds like a fairytale but it actually wasn't as easy as ...
... We loved Ubud and eagerly await the next adventure.
side note: last night we ate at "Cafe Wayan" on Monkey Forest Road ( in front of our hotel), the cafe is run and owned by the woman who is the healer in the book "Eat ,Pray ,Love". We kinda ended up there by accident but it was actually on Lise's "to do" list for Ubud - amazing coincidence :)
... weight i now have breasts!) This seemed to be the most interesting thing many of the tourists had seen too, as i swiftly became a point of photographic interest for all.
Leaving the temple, i decided i still had time to do one of the 'walks around Ubud' listed in the travellers bible. So, armed with a map from the tourist info office, I made my way towards the starting point of the Campuan Ridge walk. The walk itself is beautiful to start with and offers great views ...
... along the way. It exceeded my expectations beyond what I imagined. I've learned quite a bit here and feel so very fortunate to have experienced it for myself. Julia Roberts, you let the cat out of the bag on this one and unleashed a horrid amount of tourists to come flocking to a hidden gem most of the world would have never known existed (myself included). You idiot!! But seriously, thank you. Oh and one last note. My villa was right next door to where ...
... the 75000 we paid to get here. We then saw a big bus on the side and decided to be cheeky and ask the man where the bus was going and if there was any way they had two spare seats. We made a little deal with him and rushed off to get our bags as the bus was leaving in half an hour and our hostel was ages away. When we packed our bags we hoped we would escape the hotel manager, who we had told that morning, that we would be staying another night (he wanted to ...