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At the Southern end Sanur beach - when you see a line of tin shack warungs you are there (a few cheap and good eats on this beach area)
Mie goring, nasi goring 25,000rp and cheap cold beer
Yulia home stay2 Jl. Tamblingan
Traditional Bali style smoked duck (babek betutu) 135,000rp for 2. Order
the day before. This is a must try in Bali and you can also get chicken (ayam betutu)
Made Busana lane next to Tamen Agung ...
... nice (and about 50p a night). After a lot of excitement I (standard) fell asleep while everyone was talking so we went to bed. Monday We woke up and had our free breakfast which was pretty nice except we were absolutely sweating and it was only 9am. After going to explore and releasing that walking the streets of Bali is like dicing with death we stopped for a spot of bargain shopping with Rania and I picking up some AFL shorts for some ridiculously cheap price. We were ...
... 8216;travelling on a shoestring’ thing just yet - we ordered room service to be delivered to the pool. Just a starter and a main to share between us, spring rolls and stir-fried vegetables with shrimps and chicken did the trick nicely, washed down with a big Bintang – the local lager.
We had read in advance about Nyepi, Balinese New Year, so realised that today was New Year's Eve. On New Year’s Day, Bali shuts ...
A much welcomed 5:30am wake up call for my next move across Indonesia. I don't think I'll be paying double the usual rate for accommodation here again, no difference. In fact the breakfast was pretty lame and the mozzies had a nice feast off me during the night! It was a one hour drive to the airport which set me back $25. The taxi driver, whose name was KitKat I think, had just begun learning English three months ago so for ...
... made and dried, and pulls some bark from a cinnamon tree to,show us where the spice comes from. Sirgay speaks with an American accent which is odd. Near the end we detour off the road onto some muddy potted tracks and arrive at the back gate of the elephant safari park.
Relieved of our bikes we are led through the park where we are paired with our elephant and it's driver. We walk past a calf being led around by keepers, it is nine months ...