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Bali – Sanure - 12th to 15th Jan 2011
We made it to Sanure in our trusty jeep and had a drive around to find some accommodation which was an excellent alternative to hauling our rucksacks about. However, this was the first time we struggled finding somewhere, every place was booked up! How rude! …
... The drive was beyond "create a lane driving" it was just crazy, at times we were in the head on lane on the highway so he could pass everybody, we even fender bendered the van in front of us at a traffic light (this driver meant business, and stopping was not his favourite thing).Our best means to describe this journey is it is like being a pinball inside a pinball machine. It took 90 minutes to drive down to the South of Bali where we are staying ...
... up with them there. Of course we said yes. Now we just had to get there! We had tried to find a route on the Internet already but had been unable to find anything out about it. So here we are, in the hub of all Indonesia to sort it out now.
Anyway, we jumped in a taxi to our first guesthouse we had booked on-line. As we had to sleep at the airport in Brisbane the night before, we knew ...
... sandwhiches. Nice and cheap lol.
Dinner on the beach with (you guessed it) Bintang.
... and will eventually by a graceful and airy house overlooking ricefields and coconut palm forests. Then on to lunch at a vegetarian restaurant called "Elephant" on the other side of Ubud. The food was delicious, friendly staff and the brainchild of an ex Byron Bay chef.
I just had time for lunch to digest when I headed off to have a one hour massage with the miracle worker Ida - my idea of the best masseur in the world. She somehow negotiates all ...