Casa Padma Hotel & Suites
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It is 8:30am on our third day in Bali. Niall is still fast asleep as we watched the rugby last night (a trip to Bali would never stop Niall from following the world cup). We watched the pretty epic Japan vs Samoa match until 11:45pm. I fell asleep and woke up 1-1.5 hours later to find Niall watching the Scotland vs. South Africa match. Can't say I am surprised :P It will be fun waking him up in half an hour for our day trip to Seminyak. We will be chilling at Potato Head Club in ...
Legian is one of three cities on the south-western coast of Bali. Furthest south of these cities is Kuta, then Legian and then Seminyak. Kuta is the real party town while Seminyak is considerably more upscale. Legian is the proverbial perfect porridge…not too crazy and not too expensive. This town is "just right". We stayed a minute away from a ...
... but we did take a serious amount of pictures. We soon left, with everything in tacked. We hopped back in taxi to take us to one more spiritual place. The elephant cave. Unfortunately there wasn't any elephants here. However, there was a lovely fountain which consisted of holy water, as people lined up to bless themselves, we thought why not, when in Ubud. We then took a short stroll to the elephant cave which had a beautifully designed exterior. Inside was numerous Buddha's and ...
... I find rather disturbing) and so much haggling and hassling ...which I am over!! Jane and I went back to Seminyak. I had visited a couple of shops on the day of my arrival but was really keen to find the beautiful handcrafted shell display necklaces which I have swooned over since discovering them through my Instagram buddies. More markets more haggling and more shopping. Finally last stop and my little bucket list ...
... size of Beatles. We squashed Ringo, the obvious choice. Balangan We found Balangan beach just a kilometre from our Homestay. It is a quiet long sweeping bay of steep golden sand. The winding roads give access to dusty tracks, not so secret coves and surf sites: you only have to follow the scooters with their sidecar surfboards and sun weathered Aussies with their salt stiffened hair and hangovers. Our favourite beach spot of the lot has all day sun beds for 50,000 Rupiah ...