Villa Agung Khalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Agung Khalia Ubud
Stayed here for 8 nights on Yoga retreat
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... so I suggested we get our soap and have a bath while we were at it! I then got the laptop out and sat and blogged for a bit, while Edd’s dad sat and read his book, his mom caught some rays and Edd read the news on his phone.
We all went back to our rooms after 5.30pm, showered and got ready for dinner, heading down to the restaurant at 7pm for a drink. We had one dinner included in our stay and decided to have it that evening, but ...
... I arrived at 11, there were no more than 40 people there. Peaceful. The waves on the other hand, were far less peaceful and there were lots of rocks. After watching a few people get up on them, I mustered up the courage to get a board and hit the waves. From my last experience, I knew I needed a little board to pierce the waves and get out to the sweet spot, so I ended up with a gorgeous board just a littler taller than me. The rental guy was hesitant to hand the beauty ...
... not to mention the savings by not having to rely on taxis.
Over breakfast we met Ronnie, a retired teacher who is here with his Thai "companion" Pim, a considerably younger woman with ready smile and very limited English skills. He's lanky and has straggly salt and pepper shoulder length hair, is gentle and has the patience of Jobe. A great teacher I'm sure.
He is clueless ...
... set as I couldn't hardly lift my feet and my head was very light from the effort thus far. A little encouragment from Jules and a couple of Balinese staff who offered to help (who I said to, 'unless you are going to carry me??? Thank you but no'...lol), I managed the last flight. The reception room was all open but being in a valley it was still quite stifling and hot inside and we were at the only table without a ceiling fan above it. Once again the cold towels were a big help ...
... got back to the main road, we saw a tourist information point across the road. Because our hostel room is so uncomfortable and we've seen the main thing we came to Senaru for in the first place we really wanted to find a way back to senggigi tonight so we can head back to Bali tomorrow (as we are under quite a time restraint). The tour office basically told us there was no way of getting back apart from hiring a private car which would cost about 450000 rupiah, much ...