Mercure Kuta Bali
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Small room hotel.. In frot of kuta beach, great foods especially the yellow rice so yummy, great rooftop pool and very helpfull employees.
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One of the first questions most Balinese ask - apart from where are you from? is 'How long you stay here?' and when I reply 3 weeks they gasp and say "Oooh sooo long time.'
But in fact I feel ooohhh so short time.
Apparently the average stay for a tourist here is 4 days!
Four days have passed and I am just settling into a rhythm of how to or what to do todayness.
One slight problem is I can't access my photos from my camera yet ...
... a monkey with a trainer the same way I was. When we were simply watching the monkeys, they are quite cute. They have many human traits and it's so neat to see the way the monkeys care for their babies. We probably spent less time than many in the forest (we were still there for 45 minutes or so), but definitely enjoyed our time there. When we left the forest we saw many of the monkeys climbing poles outside of the forest ...
... it closing up, we barter on a few nick-nacks and get ourselves a few good deals and then stop for a drink before going to Ubud Palace to watch a Balinese dance show.
All cultured up we go for dinner at a restaurant called Batan Waru before dropping Babu and Nini off at the hotel and getting back to our villa around 11pm.
A long but relaxed day with great company and a fab driver.
Time for bed!
... the first time in a while I was completely stuffed from a meal. We met a couple of German girls there and hung out with them for a bit before their German entourage came. They started speaking exclusively in German and we politely excused ourselves to head to get Justin’s tattoo fixed.
We went back to the club after the tattoo parlor and participated in the same open bar from the night before, but with less enthusiasm. We saw the German girls again, but only briefly ...
... 163;2 in total for drinks and 2 dishes, welcome back to Asia! Next morning, we jumped in a taxi to Sanur on the east of Bali to pick up the public speed boat to the island. With time to kill, we pulled up a couple of plastic chairs outside a beach vendors shack and had breakfast of Nasi Goreng for the princely sum of 33p each. An hour later we disembarked in Nusa at Mushroom Bay and set off on the 1 kilometre walk to the next bay which offered ...