Paintings, carvings and many other impressive arts are on display.
Just across the Museum is famous Naughty Nuri Warung and Grill. Another dining recommendation of Yasa and praised by celebrity TV host cum chef, Anthony Bourdain.
The place has an unpretentious and casual atmosphere , is devoid of any posh decorations and doesn't have any impressive landscape . The whole interior is full of character with a hint of wear and tear all over. The benches have a faded, weather beaten look in it. A proof that many have sat and warmed their bottoms on these wooden chairs. A good sign.
Instead of an impressive facade, an open air grilling station greets guest and entice the by-passers. The wonderful smell coming from in couldn't be more inviting.
We came here for this. The ribs.
Naughty Nuri Warung and Grill
Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia
If we were not enamoured with Komaneka, I would have easily fell in love with Ibah Warwick Resort Hotel . Months before coming to Bali, it was a serious discussion about which between the two hotels would suit us best. To make sure we won't miss anything, we decided to stay on both.
Room is comparably smaller than Komaneka but is never the less beautifully appointed. The bedroom cozy with high, comfortable four poster bed.
Modern marbled bathroom with tub.
Ibah Warwick UBud has a rather swanky looking pool.
It has an old Bali look to it.
The lobby is open air with ponds and interesting sculptures that are not overwhelming in size or number. The interior is artistic and pleasant to the eyes.
Ubud centre is bursting with activities. Tourist glistering with sunscreens and hoisting heavy cameras are seen around and about as they check one interesting site to another. I took a deep breath and plunge into the chaos.
We tried to get to Ibu Oka and have some Babi Guli. That's Balinee roasted pig , by the way. It seems that the rest of Ubud has the same idea. They run out of Babi Guli when we arrived. So settled for some Indian foods, instead.
There's enough things to see and in Ubud to kill the time.
|An old bridge in Ubud|
|Don Antonio Blanco Museum|
The performers obviously made an effort to please the small crowd. My appreciative clapping was the loudest that night.