Alila Villas Soori
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... Bali I was faced with some nice looking hotels around Denpasar and Sanur, but these were often surrounded by shacks, slums and wasteland. On Nusa Lembongan, the streets of Jungut Batu were lined with shacks, some of which doubled as pretty basic shops, minimal stocks of crisps, drinks, and essentials sitting on old, dusty shelving units. These were scenes that I associated more with poor areas of India, rather than the vision of paradise that most of us picture when we think about ...
... the boys to have a ride. They are excited and looking forward to that.
Today we had 'Sucking Pig' for lunch, this is a traditional Balinese delicacy from hundreds of years, they call it Bali Guling. It is baby pig cooked on a spit roast. OMG it was so tasty, and tender. Putu took us to find this, and earlier in the morning we went to a traditional Balinese dance called Barong ...
... I've been asked to include more photos of us in this blog. We don't have all that many since we both hate having our picture taken! But we're doing our best to get more photos and I'll include as many as I can! So apologies in advance if you're sick of the sight of us! ;) Oh and sorry that most of the photos of me are of me taking photos!
That's it for today, another update to follow soon and before you know it you'll be up to speed!
... Dark. The last time I was here in this attic with all these beds the lights were off and Estonia and I were having a chat while The Dr., The Saffa, The Mermaid and Miss England listened to us on the floor below. We laughed the next day. All of us, at the conversation that all were in on in one way or another. I’m alone now. I know the rules of this game. People come into your life for a specific time. Sometimes it’s an hour, a day or maybe a year or two. Some ...
... up on the cliff side bar overlooking the break and watched the surfers catch one wave after another. The waves were huge, so they put on quite a show. On day three, we took to the bikes once again and followed the coastal highway west for awhile before heading north towards the center of the island and a town Called Ubud. Ubud is the polar opposite of Legian, the beach town we were staying in. It was surrounded by jungle and rice ...