Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... just has this peaceful romantic atmosphere over it - I love it.
When we reached Sanur, Sandy invited us all for dinner at his house, which was a great way to finish the trip. His wife cooked up an absolute feast and it was seriously tasty!
The next morning we had nothing planned, so we strolled along the beach, sat in the sun and lounged by the pool. PERFECT.
So, what now?
Take a little trip over to the Gili Islands with Louise.
We arrived in Bali without a game plan and after 24 hours in Kuta decided that we needed to escape the Aussies, crowded beaches, bars and nightclubs and get some Balinese culture in Ubud. It seemed like the a good decision but proved to be equally as busy but easy to escape the crowds and loose yourself in the smaller surrounding villages. ...
... here the reflections were beyond description. Utterly awe inspiring. The Islands are small so when I get to each one, the mission is to walk the entire circumference. I did that on Gili Trawangan yesterday and Gili Meno today. Parts of the island are completely void of people. Maybe the odd walker here and there, but most people seem to stay on the beaten track. The lack of people on sections of the walk makes it feel like a castaway ...
... cocky in my face during the ashes and I had no clue what they were gloating about…just sounded like a bunch of numbers to me. J The following night I tried some traditional Balinese dish of chicken with rice – what it was called I had no idea, it just sounded like the least spiciest one on the menu, which was delicious.
On our last day in Sanur, after spending so much time doing nothing at all, we arranged to do a tour day trip with a lovely local called ...
... then we proceeded to walk very slowly in front of them. I'm not above childish tactics.... Our driver had waited, luckily. I really didn't think he would as he was cheaper than most and I thought he would want to finish work early to get back for the celebrations. He was lovely. On the drive to Ubud I chatted with him lots about his grown up children and how lucky we are to have one boy and one girl. In Bali, when you get one of each, you stop having kids. He had ...