- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... who is the driver for the Yoga Research Centre and my new best friend! We drove for about an hour to an amazing boutique hotel in Ubud (found by my wonderful husband of course), where I will stay until Friday, when I move to the Happy Inn, a place recommended by Eddie. Frankly, I'm pretty happy here - check the pix - but it's a little pricey for a long stay. The Happy Inn, on the other hand, is about $400/month. Anyway, I'm feeling good (no jet lag) and am off to explore Ubud ...
... there were 13 masks to be seen, and each mask scene lasted about 15-20 minutes. Admitting defeat, we finally snuck out and made our way home. It had been intriguing, exhausting, a really close-up cultural and religious experience not available to tourists, and we were very glad, though bum-sore, to have seen it. But despite our many questions to many people, we still have no real idea about what it was ...
... me out to play basket ball with them, because I wasn't worn out enough!! I had such a lovely evening on Wednesday because we all went to Ubud for a group meal. Before dinner we went for a wander through the town and the market which is very pretty in the evening, an I bartered for some very cute shorts. The food and company was so good, and my dessert of fried banana and ice cream finished the night off wonderfully :) On Thursday morning there were only 2 girls in my ...
... fitting seeing as I will have done yoga and been on a spiritual path of meditation in exactly both those places so it had to come home with me. (couldn't afford the chain though, haha) After finally being shopped out, or should I say window shopped out, I made it to the Palace. Here again I was shocked by the amazing detail of the masonry and took a ton of pictures of the walls and grounds. After sitting and soaking it in for awhile I continued further ...
... box ticked) and restaurant were tranquil especially when we had afternoon tea including little Balinese rice cakes brought to us. What more could we do than fall asleep in the sun for the afternoon.
Our room was big, with huge indoor and outdoor showers and freestanding bath, doubly vanity units and four poster king size bed( and this was their cheapest room at £150 per night)! After a dinner of gin cocktails, Thai Beef salad and Indonesian mains we were in bed by ...