Nick's Hidden Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNick's Hidden Cottages Ubud
A place to relax and be pampered..Just lovely and hidden place to stay away from all buys robotic life!!!!
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"Where are you from?" Asked our host "England" "Aha Will and Kate!" He said triumphantly "welcome to my home, think of this as your second home, I love you". He turned, speaking to the whole group "Today you will get no Bali Belly - you will cook eight Balinese dishes. My wife will teach you. When you see my wife you will see that i am a happy man [gestures with arms to indicate large bossoms and grins at us] but, ...
... of the coffees we liked. If they weren't so expensive we would have bought a LOT here! On the way out we stopped to pat an owl and some snakes which were hanging around with their owner. It wasn't long before we reached Ubud and our new hotel. It turned out we were staying right across from the monkey forest. As we drove into the driveway of the hotel we could already see monkeys hanging around the streets. We were staying at the Garden View Cottages, a beautiful looking ...
After breakfast we headed off to Nogo to buy some Balinese Pillow Cases, with a quick stop at Rita's Gifts next to our hotel. There we purchased some placemats and a Balinese mask for 295k Rp. We saw the same items in Ubud for much more. Rita's and Nogo are fixed price so no need to bargain. The prices are quite good too. Back to the pool for the morning. ...
... pushed the boat out from the stone cobbled beach in the morning’s darkness, jumped on board and headed off towards Gilli for the days adventure. Good for them I must have thought as I laid tucked up in bed in my dreamy slumber (lol!) languishing in the mammoth and outrageously comfortable bed, wrapped up snug in fresh cotton linens. Ah, it’s a hard life I know!
The sea’s waters had previously looked so clear and still, so the guys were not so sure if it ...
... tissue paper and told me to 'Do art therapy..' Very helpful... racking my brain I drew butterflies on the paper and we tore and scrunched up the tissue paper and filled them in. They all really enjoyed it and even Okta did the whole thing with only a little bit of help which is amazing!!! After lunch I had planned to do the same thing I had done last Wednesday with the children who have physical disabilities, ball games and co-ordination games, but they were all ...