100 Sunset Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... tailored suit. In fact formal wear is my passion, one of many. I had always wondered about these small shops in Asia that will custom fit a suit for you. I asked Made and of course he had a friend that had a shop so he took me there. I wasn't the biggest fan of the fabrics so we went to another place and it was a joke so I gave guy #1 a second chance. He shows me his books and fabrics and magazine clippings and there it was. A suit that Ryan Gosling ...
... of knowledge. Gede took me straight out to Ubud to the famous Tegalalang Rice Terraces (also seen in the movie Eat Pray Love) which was something I had always wanted to see. Fields and fields of green rice fields all the way top to bottom on the hills with people tending to their fields. I couldn't wipe the smile off my face, it was just stunningly beautiful. Gede took me to a little café looking out onto the fields where we had some morning tea with some local sweets. ...
... pro and could eat it in a few seconds. Lots of grooming was happening we saw a lot of bum holes getting groomed. At one point the monkeys were trying to get ahold of the water bottle to puncture a hole in it and get some water. I had to shake them off. The little guys were not scared of humans at all (but some how the guys selling bananas inside didn't have any problems) they were on our laps and crawling up us. Over all the monkeys were pretty cute but crazy. ...
... heads. So that was our Christmas morning - drinking cold beers and wine in the pool followed by a present opening session. Very spoilt indeed! We then moved onto an Asian restaurant, The Ginger Moon, for cocktails and a multi course lunch which was divine. The number of restaurants is ridiculous - there are hundreds to choose from and, from what we experienced, the value for money and standard of food was always pretty high. From Christmas the sun shone every day. ...
... decided to take a walk and pick up some souvenirs. The shops in Sanur are 95% tourist targeted...which is a nice way of saying there's quite a lot of junk! Think Bintang vests, Bintang stubbie holders and fake Billabong clothing. We struggled a bit to find something we thought our friends and family might actually want to keep!...but walking further we came across a couple of nicer shops, one selling lots of really nice brass figurines, and bought ...