Matahari Bungalow Bar & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... after said war, became a sovereign nation. As a whole, Indonesia is predominantly Muslim, however Bali is 80% Balinese Hindu so it is home to most of the country's Hindu minority. I had read enough about Bali to know to stay away from Kuta, which is one of the main tourist destinations. So we ferried over to a small island just off of the southeast coast called Nusa Lembongan. It was amazing. 3 solid days of rest and relaxation on a quiet tropical island. ...
... in Indonesia. We paid homage to the Garuda Bird statue and prayed that it will fly on Thursday night. There was also a big amphitheater where we watched a cultural show. We're not very culturally aware so we only lasted a few minutes, plus we we're hungry and couldn't wait to get to get to our seafood lunch in Jimbaran Bay. Beautiful spot on the beach, serenaded by a passing three piece band singing Kate Perry 'Roar'. Unfortunately ...
... isn't in your face over here it really shows how commercial and consumerist Christmas really is. We don't need to spend lots of money and buy into the idea of "Christmas" to show each other love and generosity... Its something that should be shown every day, and this time of year just means that most people have the break away from work in order to go and spend time with friends and family, which is the most important thing. So on ...
... The Balinese have built 27 surround the volcano to worship it, made from andesitic basaltic lava from the volcano itself (I'm obviously copying this stuff from signs and know not what it means really!)
Arriving at Pura Bersaki (considered the most important temple complex in Bali apparently), I had the all too familiar hassle that you get around such famous sites. Quite aggressively, two women wearing sarongs forced themselves on me, saying I had to have a sarong as its ...
... so uninterested there's no point even trying. I was glad to have survived undisturbed in my seat when the women skipped off stage and the final ending instrumental was played. It was well worth the money and something I think everyone should invest time in seeing if they visit Bali as it's a massive part of their culture. After the show we went for a post event meal back at Bendi's our cheap and cheerful discovery. I'm really not keen on the owner at the restaurant, he's ...