The two of us spent a total of nine nights at the Alam Jiwa, a beautiful small hotel located just south of the Ubud monkey forest in the village of Nyuhkuning. The comfortable, well decorated rooms have gorgeous sunrise views Mt. Agung, along with rice paddies and a rushing stream. But the best reason to stay at Alam Jiwa is the people - the staff are the friendliest and most accomodating we've met in all of our travels. They really made our two stays at Alam Jiwa feel like home.
||This bungalow contains two rooms: the Merpati room upstairs and the Casuari room downstairs. We stayed in the Casuary room for five nights upon our arrival in Bali.||
||Our patio during our stay in the Casuary room. The hotel left out a complimentary plate of tropical fruit, and would bring us tea and cakes each afternoon.|
||Susanne looking over the rice paddies towards Mt. Agung at sunrise.||
||Alam Jiwa's swimming pool.|
||Lotus flowers in a pond along one of the paths to our room.||
||Komang, Alam Jiwa's friendly manager.|
||Susanne reads The Jungle Book in a rice field next to the hotel.||
||The staff of Alam Jiwa.|
Ubud | The Ubud Monkey Forest | The Dances of Bali | The Kecak Dance | The Alam Jiwa Hotel | Cooking at Casa Luna | The Elephant Cave of Goa Gajah | Yeh Pulu | Gunung Kawi | Mengwi | Tanah Lot and Ulu Watu | Shadow Puppets | Candidasa and the Watergarden Hotel
| Pura Goa Lawah | Pura Besakih | Visit to a Cremation | Tirta Gangga's Rice Paddies | Amed and the Santai Hotel | Lake Bratan | Dance Practice in Nyuhkuning | Pura Semuan Tiga's Odalan Festival
Susanne and Andy's Itinerary
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