Bali Village Hotel
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... at Ula Watu Beach and had a beer (cliff-side) while watching surfers ride some of the best waves around. Lastly, we took in a Kecak fire dance performance at the temple. This unique performance has men chanting (almost as if in a trance) during a traditional play. Definitely worth "You-Tubing". This will be our last stop in Bali before the long trip ...
... swimming pool bar – was great to see them again and we had a quick beer and caught up whilst watching the sunset over the roof tops – very nice. Soon enough tea time came around so after a quick shower we headed out to Legian beach in search of some scran and funnily enough we were drawn to a Mexican restaurant. A few beers and burritos later we were done and all of us were knackered so called it a ...
... temperatures are too high. You can buy anything from vegetables and fruit to spices and teas. Our cooking teacher showed us all the different spices and vegetables that are used for traditional Indonesian and especially Balinese cuisine. We got to see, feel and smell all the ingredients we would later be cooking with. Once we were back at the restaurant we were taught all the food preparation for our selected menu (me and Anna both opted for the Menu specialised on Balinese food) ...
... gas which sounds pretty easy but sometimes it can be quite complicated while driving in undeveloped countries. Mostly there are no gas stations so you have to buy gas on the street. They usually sell it in plastic bottles. In Bali they used “Absolut Vodka” glass bottles so it was quite to identify them. We were charged IDR 10,000 per liter (usual price is said to be IDR 7,000 per liter). Once our tank was properly filled up we were ready to embrace another ...
Yesterday being our second full day in Bali gave us opportunities to experience some new things here. After another huge and delicious breakfast, we spent a lot of time just relaxing and enjoying having an air conditioned hotel room. I played games on the iPad while Jason did some work. Okay, this was not a new experience, but a real hotel room is a luxury we haven't enjoyed since Vegas in November, so it was really nice to just take it easy.
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