Villa Indah Ubud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> So, out of Kuta, and onto Ubud, our new little bubble of paradise. We’ve not been here long, but so far so good. The town of Ubud is an alternative mecca. Like we said, it’s very bohemian, much more quiet that Kuta, and the scenery is gorgeous. Each Balinese house has a stone temple like an ancient archway in from of it, the shops and restaurants, cafés and markets are all inviting and the people, locals and tourists alike are so friendly. We went out shopping for ...
... br> Bali is of course famous for its masks - so inevitably we went to see a maskmaker. Heading towards the 'mask village' I saw a sign saying 'mask maker' so pulled in. Met a larger than life chap, long hair and impressive beard, hacking away at a piece of wood. Asking me where I
was from, I said ' England'. "Ah," he replied, " you know John Wright? Michael Chase....?" I was gobsmacked, as John was ...
... We headed back to the hostel to see if Emma and Ricky wanted to come too but they weren't back yet. We headed to Pura Dalem, an open air venue with a flamelit carved-stone backdrop. The dance followed a traditional Balinese story of magic birds, monkeys and evil old men enchanting beautiful young women. It was really entertaining and we really enjoyed the show.
The next morning we headed to a cafe I'd read about called Coffee ...
Last night we had our driver Gusti drive us into town so that we could attend a Balinese dance night at the Ubud Palace. There are 3 different dance exhibition locations, but I wanted to see the Legong Dance and that night it was at the Palace. Beautiful! The palace was packed and the show was about 1 1/2 hours. They began with the musicians playing gamelan music. The first dance was an offering ...
... to combat the noises I added more of my own by tuning into my iPod and listening to some of my favourite artists. I have to say my playlist hasn't changed in over 5 months and still loving it. Something to be said for good music in your life. After enjoying my tunes the ride was finally over and I had arrived into the land of organic cafes, raw juice bars and yoga studios galore. If you want to be a yuppy or wanna be health yoga nut then this is the place for ...