Sunset Hill Villa

Address: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | Villa
 
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To Ubud and beyond.

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Aug 18, 2014

6 photos

... and peaceful. We have an outside dining area, sunbathing area and plunge pool! We shall make the most of this as in a few days our accommodation shall be entirely contained within a camper van! So today we relaxed by the pool and read a book, other than a quick foray up into the village for dinner (Thai tonight). We will venture out though, not least because Kirsty wants to try out a spa (on the recommendation of ...

May 2014 - Episode Two - Settling In

A travel blog entry by dutchnat on Jun 10, 2014

6 comments, 3 photos

... of a major Australian women’s magazine, and he is a food photographer, and that clearly Munchie should be enrolling himself on MasterChef because even they can see his eyes light up when he talks about rendang. Or pork. Or anything else vaguely edible.

I sit back and disappear into Sangria-ville, and before long Munchie has invited them to come along to Linga Longa tomorrow night for Pig Fest Sunday (his name, not theirs, but he’s happy to let them use it if ...

Elephant caves and cliff shrines

A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Jun 04, 2014

15 photos

After a hotel breakfast we jumped on a scooter and rode to Goa Gajah, the elephant cave temple. This consisted of a small cave containing a shrine to Ganesh, to which a series of pools had been added in the 1950s. A large elephant statue standing in the car park was the only real hint of an elephant (with the questionable exception of Ganesh...). Despite being comparatively modern, the pools had fallen rather ...

At peace

A travel blog entry by kaffo on Mar 27, 2014

43 photos

... I hardly saw. The couple of days I spent poolside was just me, no-one else around and all I could hear were jungle noises, frogs, crickets, birds, butterflies and the river flowing below. The air was fresh and full of nature, it was bliss and I felt very blessed. I just felt complete peace and felt so happy. I could have sat and watched that view for eternity.

I spent a day being driven around various sites on the island, temples, gardens etc, There is a ...

Monkey Madness

A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Mar 19, 2014

60 photos

... part of Balinese heritage, but also an important part of everyday live. Temple festivals are regularly held for the villagers and the gods in such areas.

Helen and I paid as little as 20,000 rupea which is around 1GBP which is more of a donation considering the Monkey Forest Sanctuary has no boundaries and the monkeys roam freely even sometimes wandering out onto the street to steal food from passers by and nearby shops.
We had a little walk around and after ...