Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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When we arrived in Bali, it was a welcome relief. After two long days of travelling we were desperate for a good nights sleep, which had been promised at Made Arsa Guesthouse in Ubud. They had also kindly arranged our pickup, which had been confirmed by email. After an hour long immigration queue and bag collection we finally made it to the meeting area to be greeted by a hundred taxi drivers waving name cards. We hoped a systematic approach of starting at one end and working our ...
After breakfast we divided forces, with Jacqui going to do some shopping while Dave tried to catch up on the blog at Click internet cafe. We tried out another warung - Arimas - for lunch near the guesthouse, which served tasty western food.
In the afternoon the rain returned once more, and we hid in the guesthouse watching more touring cars ...
... I didn't barter the whole time we were ere, and had no problems leaving tips! Our one full day in Ubud was pretty chilled out. Before coming we had thought we would take a taxi to a temple and visit a rice field/terrace. But it turned out there were rice terraces next to our hotel, and you couldn't enter any of the temples without being in full traditional Balinese dress. Which we obviously didn't have, and had no intention of buying. But we saw the outside of ...
In my last blog I left off in Brunei but honestly: there is nothing interesting to say about this 'country'. Let me try making the best out of it.
The 'entire country' has approximately 400.000 citizens (which is less than The Hague), is the fifth richest nation in the world and has no national debt. The country's Sultan used to be the richest man of the world for many years and is currently estimated to have around 60 billion dollars. ...
... Holy Spring Water Temple. We stripped down to a sarong and entered the spring water to purify our minds and souls. The custom is to make an offering and ask for protection, good fortune, etc. We then proceeded to dip our heads in each fountain. I asked for health and happiness for my family, friends, and fellow travellers and locals who have helped me along the way. It was nice to feel connected with home by asking for certain things ...