Gaya Villas At Gaya Fusion
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGaya Villas At Gaya Fusion Ubud
20 minutes from the chaos of Ubud Center, Gaya VIllas offers beautiful accommodations, THE most wonderful staff a hotel could ask for, amazing food from their open air restaurant, a lobby that serves as a gallery for inspiring artists, and....a gelato shop, made daily on premise. I LOVED my time at Gaya! Batuk Bungalow and Villa Jepun were my homes away from home. Ask for them! And be serenaded by the frogs. Be prepared to RELAX and be pampered.
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... when I read Eat, Pray, Love! Our room was at the back of the complex and had views overlooking the deeply cut river valley below. It was amazing how the rooms had been built into the steep hillside, with balconies peering over the edge to the river below. We had lunch at the Lotus Cafe, which had amazing views of the water gardens at the Saraswati temple. It was a beautiful and serene setting. Although the Starbucks next door seemed a little out of place ...
... Mr & Mrs Kluckow, Simon had to get the Go Pro on a stick out and get his wedding shot. (We all have a laugh with Simon and his 'Go Pro on a stick' photos but it truly takes some brilliant photos).
A few nibbles and a couple of quiet drinks after the wedding ceremony both Jules and I decided to head up to the reception area early as it was going to be a very hard climb for Jules and more so myself back up those stairs. It really wrecked me, I nearly fell back down the ...
Moff decided to find us a new home so after banana pancakes for breakfast - yummo - he went searching for a new home and we all went swimming with the French family and met a Dutch family with a 3 year old boy who was desperate to play with us. ...
... each one. Burning incense was placed on top of the spout, then the person would drink a little of the water before soaking their head in it - much as you would do in a shower. All that time there was also some massive fish in the water which made the obvious connection in my mind to Piranha! However, the people in the water didn't seem unduly worried about them. Walking around the temple, I also got the chance to see different services in ...
... e point, I said to the guide that I didn't think I could complete the hike and that I would stop and wait. It quickly became apparent that he only had his set English phrases as he laughed and went, "OK" and carried on up the hill. My body groaned with despair as it realised there was no backing out (something I am now grateful for)
I finally made it to what I thought was the top. I was probably about half an hour behind my friends who were waiting. ...