Agung Bali Nirwana Private Luxury Villas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... restaurants or Warung, where a main meal will set you back a whopping $2-$4per person. The only decision to be made is whether you have a big pig out for lunch and dinner or just dinner, surviving on ice creams and other treats after your (usually) hour long buffet breakfast. Initially our plans had been to start on an 'upper' budget of $100 /day staying in a 3 star hotel for 3 days, then switching to simplified local rooms and $50/ day. After 3 days, ...
Been Living in Bali for many years, only last Sunday i saw a very beautiful rice terrace field in Bali. It is in Jatiluwih , about 1 hour driving from Denpasar. Such beautiful scenery.
Then we drove to Bedugul, enjoying the Bratan temple, Bratan Lake, Bedugul market to buy fresh vegie, then drove to Alas Kedaton to say hi to the friendly monkey.
Unforgettable trip ever.
... Was recommended to a nice hotel, Ketuts Place. But unfortunately they were full booked. That place looked so amazing with a family temple in their garden. Got a room at his brothers place, was really nice to be back to freshwater shower. Ac. And a nice pool. Luxury you can totally live without but you really appreciate them after a more basic living. Ubud is mostly two shopping streets filled with western shops. It got a good market for shopping and houses are ...
... spent there, Kyle asked me to meet him in front of the hotel at 4am when him and Thomas were coming back from the bars so that we could watch the sunrise together on our last morning in Kuta before we headed off to Ubud. Now, it is important to remember that Kuta is on the west side of Bali, therefore we saw the Moon set and the Sun rose behind us. In any case, it was beautiful and lovely. Kyle had a splash around in the ocean in the dawn's light, and it was only afterwards that ...
... take no for an answer. You have to try and just ignore them and at times they will just grab your arm to try and get you to come into their shop. The first time I was here these two young girls followed my friend and I for 10 minutes trying to get us to buy something. Finally, when they realized we weren't going to buy anything they kicked my friend in the shin, called us cheap and ran away. That's Bali. You got to love it.