The Legian Bali - A GHM Hotel
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... to sell us anything from kites to sarongs and its a bit sad that you cant buy something from each of them. Again decked out in our rental sarongs and we begin the trek down to the Gunung Kawi temple, built in the 11th century. Honestly I dont understand how a race of short people managed to build such high steps? Maybe you had to pay tax per step and this minimised the cost :)
I feel a bit like Indiana Jones, sneaking through the jungle down some ancient stairs to find a ...
... to bed. In the morning we got up for breakfast and packed up our stuff as we were heading to Menjangan Island for the day to go snorkelling and then planned to stay in Pemuteran. We were picked up at 10.30am and stopped 10 minutes up the road to check our snorkelling equipment. The bus ride to the mainland where we were catching the boat was an 1.5 hours and I managed to sleep most of the way. When we arrived our snorkelling guide loaded the equipment ...
... br> Bags full we jump into another taxi and head to padma utara for lunch at warung Yogya. Warung Yogya is one of my favourite places to eat.
The biggest lunch ever of Nasi campur for 20 000rp, that's $2. A delicious soup and bowl of rice, Tempe, cabbage, tofu, sprouts, chicken and egg.
So 2 servings of that and 3 lemon juices for $6. We were so full, we had to take the walk down to ketuts and Dedes to walk it off.
A couple more purchases and ...
... unfortunately the prices are just too expensive for us and were determined to find cheaper versions in Ubud market. We didn't really like today's driver either because like yesterday, he was trying to scam us by pretending that the entry tickets were more expensive to cover his parking costs! It seems everyone's in it for the money in Indonesia and money always comes first no matter how and what it takes. Big shame really because it makes us feel like we can't trust anyone ...
... ahead of the wave. This time, it included me! As I was at the top of the wave, water punched me in the face and the next thing I knew, I was falling with 10 feet through nothing but air. I crashed into the water and tumbled around. Just as I thought I was going to surface and be able to breath, I got sucked back down again. I panicked a bit at first, but then forced myself to calm down, orient myself, and swim upwards as hard as I could. I was able to surface and ...