Villa Orchid Bali
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... bemos (tiny pubic buses) and I was squished between Dela and Leo who thought that was hilarious. At the pool I helped Putu Ita into the water as she hadn't come with a parent and held her up so she could relax and float. The smile on her face when she got in is something that I will never forget, well the smiles on all of their faces, it was a pool full of smiles :)) For the 3 children with Cerebral Palsy it was wonderful as they were so relaxed and got to join in with ...
... really temple people so we declined the opportunity to visit the one at Lake Bratan. We'd asked Gede if we could go to Ubud via Mt Batung but he was a bit funny about it so we said ok and that straight to Ubud would be fine.
We stopped in Mengwi at the quite beautiful Taman Ayun temple. As we were leaving we were surprised to find we were only 30 minutes from Ubud. Here's where my picture of Ubud started to crumble. There were no mountains in sight. ...
... Yes, Jon and I are just friends.
It all happened like this...
Some time in March 2014, I had come out of a short term relationship and decided it was the perfect time to finally do this travel dream of mine and move to England. I've talked about it for so many years while at uni and with a 12 month teaching contract ahead of me, I decided that December 2014 was the best time to leave. It would give me enough time to save, prepare and get some ...
... Dad) both dressed up in traditional Balinese garb.
To see two beautiful people married in a stunning setting with so many wonderful friends & family attending really was worth all the effort.
We attended the after 'pool' party held at Simon & Stacey's first resort 'Svarka Loka' which saw a few sore heads arrive and enjoy the pool. We had some drinks and food and then said goodbyes to new friends and some old as the wedding week officially come to an end.....
... not to feed the monkeys and yet there are locals in the park openly selling food for the monkeys to the tourists under the 'supervised' watch of the park officials.
The monkeys were everywhere, the babies played and fought with each other. Some of the adults moved around the park in parks, not dissimilar to gangs. Others concentrated on making more monkeys, in full view of everyone - shameless, I call it! While ...