Villa Agung Khalia
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Stayed here for 8 nights on Yoga retreat
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Flight to Denpassar was good. Andrew got Mary and I to airport by 6am.We had a good run thru customs.Met Samantha and Katrina at gate ,we had the seats infront of them. Took awhile getting thru customs this end,finally met driver and Ally and headed here to Villa Agung Khalia in Ubud. Drive was long,roads busy ...there are literally hundreds go …
I arrived in Melb at 3pm ,went to St Kilda and had a manicure.Nikki met me at 5pm n we went other new flat in Eildon Street....very nice .We went to Fitzroy St for tea. I then headed to Mary's place in Blackburn. We checked our bags, etc and went to bed around 10pm
... and well maintained. Given our starting point we realise that most of the cycling will be downhill, which is nice! We start on roads that are a little busy but soon turn off onto quieter back roads that will take us south through the beautiful Balinese countryside. Instantly it feels a world away from the noise and chaos of southern Bali – we’re high-fiving kids as we cycle through small villages, while watching other kids flying their kites in the ...
... from Washington State and were now living their dream. The small number of villas and thoughtful design gave the place the intimacy and charm of a movie set in a tropical paradise. We got the royal treatment from the caring staff, and all possible needs were attended to. This was a place we did not want to leave.
The black sand beach was virtually deserted, the seas clean and calm, and we spent our days just lazing away. Each night, a sunset concert ...
... were continuing to ply me with. At one point the boys had an audience of about 20 locals, who were just all sat in rows watching them having a kick about, which I found quite funny, then after they were running up to the boys asking if they could have their photos taken with them. Once they were finished playing paparazzi with the boys, they headed over to me to do the same. This seemed to be a regular occurrence in Asia, but in Indonesia more than anywhere else!