Bali Court Hotel and Apartments
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Another leisurely breakfast at the Sea World Resort before our checkout and transfer to Maumere airport for the 13:40 back to Bali. The airport was fairly small but we managed to snag a lovely pot noodle whilst waiting in the departure room for our flight with NAM airways - the flight was actually very smooth complete with peculiar inflight Indonesian cake. Back in the familiar Bali arrivals lounge we were very ...
... by an artist. Every room has a different theme and every centimeter of wall ...
... good to see the island again, and gave me an "aww" moment. A further 30 minutes and we were pulling into Sanur - less of an "aww" moment and more of a "here we go" moment with the traffic chaos and hubbub that this city entails.
In our minibus we set off for the hour long journey to Ubud. I have mentioned previously that daily offerings are made to the Gods as part of the Balinese Hindu faith - beautiful woven trays with small pieces of food and flowers. I note how these ...
... Kecak and fire dance. The drive was about an hour and the whole way, Jason and I were just amazed by the traffic and what seems like chaos to us on the roads. There are scooters everywhere and even though there are lines painted on the roads, it seems like the lanes are just suggestions. We saw many scooters with children in the front eating or playing on iPhones while the scooters were moving. We saw babies being held over mothers' shoulders on the backs of ...
... it was all good once we found our luxury guesthouse for around 500,000 rupiah (£25). Comfortable beds, a/c, hot shower, fridge, fast WIFI and a swimming pool. We were 'living the dream!'.
After we'd spent most of our first few days in Ubud searching for an agreeable place to stay we decided on lining up a tour, good old Antonio did his ever brilliant online research and we booked up an ECO Cycling tour down the side of the active volcano, Mt Batur.