Bumi Ayu Bungalows
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a little dirty, but the sunsets (and sunrise if I ever see one) are beautiful. It has restaurants and resorts along the shoreline, so always somewhere to eat and drink. The main road is a your typical We had a really chilled out yesterday, just walking around Sanur from end to end. Our hotel has a pretty decent breakfast which I was stoked with. Met this random old gay Balinese masseuse, I think he ...
Today Scott and I have been together 3 years. I love him so much. To celebrate - we decided to go to Gili and spend a week there as it was our favourite island last time we come to Bali. The last few days have been spent relaxing. It sounds crazy, but after 4 months on the go, in many different cities, you really need some time to relax before going home. We spent a couple of days down the beach ...
... of the flight one of the air stewards broke out into song over the intercom, most hilarious! Hopefully the video uploads OK and you can see it.
We spent a long time in queues at the airport in Bali, paying our Visa On Arrival fee (which of course had just increased from $25 to $35, queued to go through immigration, queued to get a voucher for a taxi, they love their queues out here. Except for the German guy who tried to barge in at the front of the taxi queue, Kirsty ...
Got picked up from airport, the journey from airport to home stay was smooth, roads in Bali and infrastructure seem good. Saw a couple of circles with really fancy statues, don't know their names as yet. Reached home stay, room looks clean but entrance and outside area are messy due to construction work to build new rooms. I have a early day starting at 6:30 tom. I am going diving on my first day itself. ...
The offerings are a big part of life in Bali. You can not imagine daily life without it. They celebrated everywhere in Bali, on the streets, under trees, in cars, shops and shrines. A Canang Sari made from banana leaves containing cakes, rice and sometimes even money, is not only meant to appease the spirits and gods, but also the beautiful pieces and artfully. An average family spends at least half of their income on a variety of ...