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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... It's exciting to be in a place we can really get to know every street and alleyway (and surrounding area of course). It may be the only place we will be so immersed in. I'm already loving Ubud! Read: South - Sir Ernest Shackleton Listened: Coeur de Pirate - ...
After breakfast, we met Wayan at 900. He is our tour guide while we are in Ubud. We started off to see a Balinese dance. It was somewhat similar to a play with act telling a story through dance. It was quite fascinating. The premise of the story was a deep rooted belief of the Balinese - two sides - black/white.. Yin/yang and how you must have balance in your life. While walking the street tonight, I came across a children's dancing school in which the children were ...
... to be an age restriction on who drives the scooters, and there are often children at the wheel. The tooting, whistling and revving seems to work, but I can understand why tourists get run down, laughed out loud to see one school boy weaving along on his pushy, taking up half the road laughing, waving and calling to his friends, while the rest of the traffic flowed around him.
In the middle of all that the touts for taxi's, both motor bike and car ...
... Ubud. It is on the interior of Bali not near the water but it is where most the volunteer placements are based. We have a week orientation here before we move to Nusa Penida next Monday for the turtle conservation placement. A week is a bit long for orientation when you are only volunteering for two weeks total, but they have a lot of activities in the area planned which is nice for people who are staying a long time. We walked in the dark through a ...
... and spot flounder. Wayne was the one who spotted it (I don't know how as it looked invisible). Once it was pointed out I still couldn't really see it. All I could make out was a pair of eyes jutting out from the sand. Our instructor disturbed the sand around it and suddenly the sand started moving. The flounder started zipping across the ocean floor. Still you couldn't really make it out it just seemed like a flat section of sand started ...