Aneka Beach Hotel
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... beer as nothing on display. Plane was about 1 1/2 hours late leaving, but once on it was one of the newer planes so we could sleep flat, put in a breakfast order before nodding off as they will wake you just before it is ready. Poached eggs for brekky was nice. Bit of a moment at Sydney as we had to check out and then back in for our Air NZ flight and with running late it put the pressure on. We were then able to relax in ...
... I'd known.
while we were watching the sun rise, our guide was cooking our breakfast, an egg and banana cooked over a steam vent. when it was light we saw the magnificent views off the original massive crater and of the smaller craters from subsequent eruptions. The ground was hot in places and steam was pouring out various spots.
To avoid the decent of the masses, we circumnavigated the crater, ...
... knew what we were getting ourselves into. And it was terrifying, but we both felt the need to go to our respective places nonetheless. So we commiserated in this shared anxiety. He also happened to need a new phone, having lost his on a lone ocean kayaking trip a few weeks prior.
After a night of discussing our relative anxieties and fears, James headed out late to meet up with another friend and we made plans to go phone ...
... and have lunch.
As usual the food at Al Dente was very good. Laurence had the Spag Bog and G had the grilled prawns which were very nice, delicious. I had the Ayam Goreng and that to was delicious. Had to wash that down with a small Bintang.
We then walked on with with considerable swagger to our steps to the Discovery Plaza for a shopping frenzy.
Laurence bought some DVD's and G some shoes, skirt and top and I bought some socks.
... one does build up quite an appetite!!! Ok it's not quite surfing but Paulie assured me it was bloody hard work all the same!
With our 60 day Visa's stamped and collected, (hip hip, horray!) it was time to start seeing the real Bali. Next stop will be Ubud, the art central and home to the famous terraced rice paddy slopes and some of Indonesia's highest and most active volcano's!