Disini Luxury Spa Villas
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G'day mate! I hope you are all enjoying the change in season back home. It's ridiculously hot here in Darwin, and if we're honest were a little jealous. After a busy first week in Oz we have finally got round to writing our Bali blog. Bali was amazing, full of adventure, sun, alcohol and rugby.....
Whilst our last night in Phuket was pretty uneventful, street food, beers and bed, or flight to Bali was certainly not. We had a stop over in Singapore and the overnight ...
... from the corner store, as there are no cafes close by. (Also, coffee is like gold here - $3/cup, with no refills - more than a local beer!) Coffee in hand (and hoping no other yogis see me), I then head back to the AniniRaka, where I wash out my yoga clothes. Because my sink is very small and only has cold water, this means using the bathtub, and because the bathtub is a strange square shape, this means that I basically have to ...
Tuesday 16th-Wednesday 17th I just had two half days in Seminyak before I caught my flight back to Sweden (Matt was staying till the 20th until his flight back to aus then NZ for Christmas)and we didn't do a whole lot other than enjoy one last dinner on the beach, wonder around the little shops and galleries, enjoy a Balinese massage and have some pre flight beers on the beach. ...
... drinks (just a bit of cranberry juice) I thought I'd died and gone to Balinese heaven. Still, good vegetarian food isn't quite as easy to come by as it is in India - so my valiant first attempt at vegetarianism didn't last long. Chicken satay? Mmmm, delish. I will try again soon. Also, it seems like everything you order in Bali comes with an egg on top. I realise that to anyone normal that might not be overly ...
We headed down to the temple before breakfast to see it without the hordes of people and to see what the tide was doing. Sure enough, it was high tide and the temple was surrounded by water. The waves were crashing against the base and creating huge sprays of water. There were only a few stalls open, only 2 photographers with their printers and very few tourists. We enjoyed the quiet and listened to the crashing ...