The Legian Bali - A GHM Hotel
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... normal;">Wah woah...Bali Belly has started. A couple of the girls had been fighting it for a few days, but I had a rough night :( Lucky it was just cramping...no "results" just yet ;)
After a rather disastrous boiled egg incident at breakfast (apparently they don't boil eggs, so it took 4 goes to get 1!!), we I hit the shops...we went to this ...
... nights and after we decided to settle in for a couple weeks walked down the street and found a room at the hotel which we are now staying at. Yesterday morning we were sitting at the restaurant having our breakfast when the front desk came and told me I had a phone call. It was the survey people calling us to inform me we had won a weeks holiday at a resort Blah Blah Blah.
... lunch. In the afternoon, we went back to our villa to hang out by the pool. Finally, we celebrated Marci's birthday with games and dinner at the villa that evening. It was a good day.
Melanie and Rommel had to fly back to Austin the next day. They had both apparently already maxed out their time off at work. But we still had several more days to continue exploring Bali's many tourist attractions with Marci and Paul. Our next outing was to see a ...
... and I listened to my ballads on the sunlounger. We then spent our sunset, at 6pm here near the equator!!. sipping Bintang beers at a beach bar. Bintangs are my new best friends and are actually really drinkable, for a non-beer drinker back home. Plus they're dirt cheap, so no doubt they will become my staple backpacker diet now.We spent our Wednesday at the Potato Head Beach Club on Seminyak beach... OH MY GIDDY AUNT is this the best ...
... took us through villages, bamboo forests, past temples and paddy fields. We visited one temple and also a little rice processing factory and saw how the rice was dried and husked. Very informative and Kadek the guide was super. Finished off with a lovely Indonesian lunch at their ...