Casa Padma Hotel & Suites
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... was just too busy. There was a Beatles tribute band (Facebeat) playing tonight and the place was rammed but after dawdling around outside for a while, a table suddenly became available and we snagged a great spot. The band were actually very good, they even tried to speak with a Liverpudlian accent which sounded hilarious but the music was superb as we hoed into our pasta and fish and enjoyed the band belt out hit after hit. ...
... was delicious. The food was delicious - you can imagine the meal being served in a high end London restaurant as it was presented perfectly. We spent a few hours chatting before we decided we should head back to our hotel before an early start today. Sometimes it's not the place that you are in but the people that you meet that make travelling so special. We awoke this morning at 6am ready ...
days in Thailand were definitely over and we were wondering how our next destination will be like. Bali is a tourist destination and we did not expect much and the main goal was to enjoy the beach life and top up the sun tan before the winter of New Zealand.
we spent the 6 days lying on sunbeds watching the surfers and sipping cold beer or ...
... and most Balinese people are Hindu. It's interesting to see small temples in many different places, including our hotel. In front of most storefronts and restaurants there are offerings for the gods. These are in the form of a basket made from a plant and flowers and rice inside. There are also 3 public temples in Bali and we arranged to see one last night.
Through the hotel, we had booked a driver from 4pm to take us to Uluwatu to visit the temple and ...
... the mangroves, vast piles of plastic. These areas are subject to the tide and the winds, resulting in the plastic being cast into the ocean and causing the devastating scenes witnessed on the dive. Continuing around the island, I travelled through some very remote hamlets, past shacks and rural temples. Somewhere I must have taken a wrong turn. It's easily done on these tracks with not a single signpost on the entire island. But I missed the main highlight - the bridge across to ...