Villa Agung Khalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Agung Khalia Ubud
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
... 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 ...
... scattered across the Indian Ocean, some of the loftier peaks breaking through the clouds around them. After a short stop in Labuanbajo we were off again, and an hour or so later the plane was landing in Bali (the airport is so close to the coastline that Jacqui was beginning to wonder if we'd be landing in the sea...).
After a healthy breakfast at Burger King, we fought off he hordes of taxi drivers and, following the directions of some ...
... open having learnt from previous tours that they don't use their own common sense to do this! Despite this, he still failed and that's just not cool. Luckily for him more than anything there were a few things still open, enough to give us the gist of what the market would/ should have been like. We got to try some different Indonesian sweets which were a really odd taste of both sweet and salty mixed together. I wasn't expecting that. On the way to last stop ...