Nick's Hidden Cottages
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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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Mskishor stayed here on Dec 18, 2013 during their trip titled: Trip To Beautiful Bali .
Von Amed aus sind wir nun in Ubud gelandet. So touristisch es ist - hier kann man wundervoll entspannen. Wir wohnen in einem kleinen Hotel, das inmitten der Reisfelder liegt. Ubud ist tagsüber heiss, daher sind wir froh um den Pool. Das Hotel ist in alter balinesischer Architektur gebaut und eine ruhige Oase inmitten des pulsierenden Ortes. Wir …
... use her own to do the same thing, but I offered her ours instead. Now a monkey had chewed all over it, I wasn't going to drink it anymore. She excitedly sat nearby and the monkey got the hint, jumping down onto her and the bottle and chewing away. When she reached to open the lid so it could drink some - it bit her and ran. Stunned she stood up and dropped the bottle. I think we just stood there and gawped at her. Her partner came over and bathed it in antiseptic spray they had ...
... guide through the market. He was very jovial and excited to show us many of the local fruit, vegetables and spices being sold, many of which we were going to use for our class. He had already pre-purchased the ingredients for our class because as he described it, by this late in the morning, the produce had already been "touched by many hands". We had been to the same market the previous day and it was nearly unrecognizable now with all ...
... I have had. On top of this they gave us tasters of different flavoured tea and coffee! Not bad.
After this little stop we headed off again into Ubud. We had actually pre booked a place for 2 nights called Arjuna House 2. It was a basic guest-house but they were so friendly and it was only £6 for a room per night including breakfast, we were stoked and decided to extend our stay.
Ubud is well known for being the cultural centre ...