Yoga Barn - I highly suggest rooming at Yoga Barn. The facilities are amazing, the teachers are good (Dr. Punnu Wassu), the spa is a dream & the cafe was some of the best food I ate this whole year. I was thrilled to pay a bit more for air con, gorgeous facilities and a stunning bathroom.
Jati Homestay - Again, highly suggest supporting this homestay. The room made me feel like a goddess, the location was perfect and the staff were so sweet. Find a homestay that supports your style - many have pools, free breakfast and you get to feel like part of a Balinese family for a few nights.
Watercress - admittedly I'm one of those annoying 'morning people' & Bali doesn't seem to encourage coffee at 6am like I'm used to. So I cruised around until the monkey scared me & found this pretty haven open early! Delicious rosewater strawberry lassi & a coconut milk latte to die for!
Atman Cafe - obsessed with this place. I wanted to go here for all of my meals but I settled on just one dinner + gelato from their stand next door. Do it!
Clear Cafe - bring your book, your laptop, your camera. I wanted to move in. The food was basic health food but great staples & the drinks were where it's at. I even met a yogi hero of mine & I'll never forget that day at Clear.
Biah Biah - traditional Indo food so yum & so cheap you'll be questioning if you have the right bill. The atmosphere is bright & hip.
Garden Kafe - their Ayurvedic menu & fridge of desserts had me drooling.
Soma - 'high vibrational food' is correct, loved it here.
Warung's are where it's at - super cheap, supporting local families, traditional Indonesian food, perfect for the budget traveller
NONE - opt for adventure at Monkey Forest Sanctuary, a bike tour (I loved BOB - Bali on Bike), hike Camphuan, visit temples, shop in the market, see a traditional trance dance, book tours to see the volcano or the waterfalls!
My partying existed of Tibetan bowl sound mediation & a 'rock & roll' style meditation called Ananda Mandala - seriously it was a trip.