Villa Orchid Bali
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... go do some shopping so he took us toward the touristy part of Ubud town and dropped us at the Monkey Forest. We first walked through Monkey Forest and had a hilarious time being chased by monkeys. A lady sold me some bananas and next thing two monkeys jumped on top of me to fight over them. I completely freaked out and even broke a sweat but it made for some interesting pictures! Out the other end of Monkey Forest, we ...
... an end of the world film where a nightmare virus has just been released (it was weird, trust me) And went through the usual process of haggling with the night taxi drivers to take us to our hotel, the usual excuses were given for the high price, two people equals more (how) or traffic (at midnight) etc etc. Hardened by our experienced of taxi drivers we managed to settle on a fair price however, and arrived at our very cute boutique hotel, which was actually a real find, and one of ...
... sending Toby on a wild goose chase. As we travelled through the city to the embassy in a tuk tuk we were suddenly and forcefully flagged down by a western chap with a child and a bike, pleading with us to stop and help him. "Please help me....do you know where the Indian Embassy is?' he asked. "Hop on" we replied rather smugly. Turned out he was going to India the next day, with his family, he had just ...
... continued through the forest and came across two monkeys sitting by the edge of the path. I took a picture of Paul and the kids with the monkeys beside them. Cute, right? Then, Paul suggested that he take one with me and the kids. Great. I get to be in a picture. After one shot, Paul said, "Move over a little, Jenn." Okay. Next picture, the three of us are a little closer to the monkeys. The next thing I know, I have a monkey on my ...
... in Bali as well. In the cities, you smell lots of gasoline from the cars and the scooters. There is also lots of incense. There was some burning at the airport when we arrived.
The last sense is touch. I have felt the silky, black sand of Lovina. I have also felt two fruits called dragon fruit and snakeskin fruit. I also love touching the bongo drums in the villa! Our cook Duwi also gave me a miniature bongo drum for Christmas, and Kadek gave me a ...