Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... which really took a toll on me later. We had to stop at the Holy water pool and have a peek as it was beautiful and outside the sign was a crack too. Basically it said that if you were a woman on her monthly cycle stay out of the bloody pool...lol.
When we finally reached the bottom we were greeted by a lovely Balinese woman with hand/face towels that have been stored in nitrogen to freeze them and when you open them they are a cool and refreshing way to get past the heat of ...
... to get back on and keep riding which he did!
The people along the road were happy to see us and most waved. There seems to be an acceptance for tourism in Bali and even out here in the countryside, the Balinese people are happy with tourists to be within their lives/space/area. A privilege to share this country with them.
We arrived at the little village called ...
... pay by credit card. The driver calmly stated that he didn't have the credit card machine with him, so I had to pay in cash. When I told him I didn't have that much cash, he merely shrugged his shoulders and said I should go to a bank. Considering that I was in this predicament precisely because nowhere in Ubud would accept a credit card, I didn't know what to do. Eventually we stopped at a bank,I changed my last remaining euros and we finally ...
... most expensive coffee in the world”.
It is coffee beans that have been through the digestive track of a civet (a local weasel like animal). Apparently the civet cats only eat the best ripest coffee fruit and their digestive enzymes also take out much of the bitterness. It was only $2.50 for a cup and it was pretty good. Unfortunately, I later read up on it and found out that much of the coffee now comes from ‘factory farms’ where ...
... in Ubud. Some together and some separately. Becca and Joella had already done a tour so Charlie and I booked to do the same one as it sounded amazing. First things first, we had a volcano to climb.
We booked a trip to hike up Mount Batur. You climb up at night by torchlight to see the sunrise over the mountains. I was excited but anxious about the hike. I am not very fit at the best of times and my confidence had been a bit knocked lately. However, I am not one ...