Bali, Indonesia – Ubud House #2

[ 2 ] June 2, 2012 |

When we extended our time in Bali, we had to find another housing solution for our final week in Ubud. Sanctuary had already been rented to someone else. The owner of Sanctuary connected us with a friend of hers who had a new rental house available. While we were so sad to leave Wayan and our comfy pad, we ended up really liking the second house also.  The road to get to the house was awful- but it was only about 2 minutes on the bike from the main road.

road to the house

The house was two stories. There was a basic Indonesian style kitchen and small living area on the ground floor with a bedroom and bathroom. The eating area was outside on a floating patio surrounded by a fish pond. Upstairs there was a wooden yoga area that we used as a study zone and a large master bedroom and bath. There was also a balcony off of the upstairs bedroom. This house didn’t have air conditioning, but the high ceilings kept it cool enough.

front of the house

living room


dining outside


master bedroom

yoga/ work area

2nd bedroom

The house was inside of a compound covered with multiple waterfalls and green features everywhere. There were palm trees and orchids growing all around. The grounds and walkways between the houses are well designed and inviting.

2nd house compound

compound grounds

collecting coconuts

orchids in the yard

Construction is still underway so we witnessed progress on the traditional architecture entrance during our stay.  When it’s complete there will be 3 houses inside this compound.

constuction of entrance

waterfall construction

Another great place to stay in Ubud, Bali!

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  1. Russ Porter says:

    Are you getting homesick yet???? lol
    Looks like both of you are really enjoying your extended vacation. All the best to you.

    • Pat Wilson says:

      Thanks Russ! Hearing from you always brings us joy 🙂 And, no we are not homesick “yet”. “Home” seems like a foreign concept almost – still not sure where we will end up.

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