Padang Padang Surf Camp
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... cafe for food. After food we headed back to the hotel but strolled through the market. It was jam packed with stalls for miles, all selling the same stuff mind! We were heading back on the main road and it must have been rush hour! It's literally like wacky racers, roads with 2 lanes and there's 4 cars trying to squeeze past whilst mopeds are pushing through....and we were trying to cross the road! Had a bit of a chill in the gardens ...
... for an afternoon nap, and Munchie and I head to Hardy’s to stock the beer fridge. Whilst loitering in the toiletries isle I notice an elegant blonde lady trying to ask the Hardy’s staff about specific types of razors and refills, and thinking she could use some help, I head over to help translate. A few sentences and less blank stares in, it occurs to me that I’ve seen this woman before, but where? Oh yes! The internet! Where else! I had, in fact, been ...
... I find one on my scooter, placed there by our hosts.
I turn off of the main road and after a minute of riding down a sandy path towards the beach I arrive at my destination ready for some diving. The clouds are clearing over the ocean after the night rains, showcasing the beauty of Bali island visible on the horizon just a few kilometers across the water. The Bali coastline rises through the parting clouds up towards the highest point on ...
... br> Batik purse!
Mexican Tequileria in the middle of the boondocks!
Margherita's for breakfast!
Lows: Troll like exterior for majority of the day
Shithouse Bali wine at Tanah Lot (pretty sure I killed a shrub when I tipped it into the bushes)!
Accidentally giving tourists the wrong directions to Potatohead (heart was in the right place, just well hung over!)
Till tomorrow - lets hope we can cope a little bit ...
... he thought we were French(?!?!). We also stopped at his house to change taxis, the new one had air-con so we weren't complaining. The traffic on Bali is pretty bad. Our destination was only twenty miles away, though it took well over an hour. We also couldn't find our guesthouse when we got there so the taxi driver kindly phoned and worked it out.
Suparsa's Homestay was a beautiful place. Simple rooms arranged around a lovely garden, five minutes walk ...