My driver was an old man somewhere around his 60s. But he knew English better than other young Balinese people I came across there. It’s the stories that he told made google more on the leader and houses of Bali.
You can also take a bus from Kuta to Ubud which will help you save a lot of money. Buses in Bali aren’t like the Buses in the other part of the world, they are almost like a small van.
Bus travel is not very well developed in Bali; most of the buses you’ll see belong to bus charters set aside for tourist groups jaunting to places like Uluwatu. Bus options are not entirely absent, though.
Tourist shuttle bus services allow tourists to travel from point to point with the least amount of expense and hassle. Perama Shuttle is one of the most established on the island, with bus and ferry services that reach across Bali from Kuta to Ubud to the North and East and beyond. Perama ferries ship tourists off to Nusa Penida and Lombok or back across the strait to Java.
After an hour I reached my vila in Ubud. There are many private villas in Ubud.
And I chose to live in Jagi Villa. Nyoman the owner of Jagi villa welcomed me in.
For it was too hot outside I took a nap for a while before I start my day.