Villa Indah Ubud
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Eat it fish
Got our feet eaten by Dr Fish for 15 mins. So ticklish and weird to look down and see hundreds nibbling at your tootsies.
Eat, drink, walk, repeat
We did a lot of walking today, and stopped in at some places for drinks and food. This happened a couple of times, as we needed toilet breaks, which involved buying more drinks and food, including a ...
... is far too strong for swimming, but it is more than enough to simply admire. A climb back up to the top and we were loaded back into the car with a promise of lunch. A few minutes late re pulled up outside a hillside restaurant. The food was served buffet style, all you can eat, with a gorgeous view of the surrounding rice paddies to accompany your food. We checked before eating, how much the buffet would be and our guide assured us it would be 75,000 Rupiah each (£3.85). ...
... the fresh water from inside then had some of the coconut to eat. As the tour went on we dropped to the back of the pack and started talking to the guide's nephew who was bringing up the rear to stop people getting left behind. He showed us lots of things about the local fruit and plants, it was like having our own private tour and it made photo opportunities easier as we did not have people waiting behind us. When we had finished the walk and we had got back to Putu ...
... and reading was followed by a warung dinner and another late-night kick-off at Lebong, where we watched the Netherlands spend two hours failing to score against Costa Rica, to the growing consternation of the twenty or so Dutch holidaymakers watching with us. Needless to say, Tue were some relieved faces after the penalty shoot-out (including those of the staff, who, at 6:30am, were looking forward to some ...
... still for a few minutes.
Our walk also took us past a collection of statues both old and new, an amphitheatre, and a group of deer. It wasn't possible to enter the temples themselves - further evidence that the monkeys were now the star attraction - but we were able to most of the brick buildings from outside the gates.
A walk back past the stalls gave Jacqui a chance to do some clothes shopping - everything ...