Puri Mango Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... island on Monday. In the meantime I'm just going to relax by the beach and explore the area.
Oh, and just to mention, it is hot here. I mean really hot, sweltering hot. I know we are south of the equator and its summer, but I didn't expect this. Must use lots of sun screen and drink lots of water or beer. Nighttime its pretty pleasant though. Walking along the main street at night you hear lots ...
... on the beach alongside a local restaurant that serves food to the staff and anyone else going passed. This was obvious the whole way along. Touristy Resorts of all levels and standards mixed within the markets selling any possible object and all range of food venues from super posh through to chaps selling spring rolls from a glass box on their head. Huge variance. Noticeable but no-one ...
... The Taman Ujung Water Palace. Built in 1909 to house the King of Karangasem and his four wives. It was almost destroyed in the Mt Agung volcanic eruption of 1963 followed by an earthquake in 1975. But recently with extra funding from the World Bank, the Palace and gardens have been beautifully restored.
It's a place to walk around and feel that sense of calm beauty that comes with large areas of still water and gracefully planted ...
We landed in Bali quite late and arrived to the first of our destinations, Sanur. We were in the 5* Resort of Grand Inna Bali Beach Hotel, which we later discovered was a gift to the Balinese from Japan as an apology (for what exactly, we were not told). And this was the grandest hotel in Bali for a long time… which it was, it was older, but lovely.
As the season hadn't quite started we pretty much had the whole resort to ourselves with another 10-20 people ...
... Nyepi, this year falling on the 31st. Nyepi is a time of inward contemplation after the debauchery of the Oogah parades, and requires people to stay in their homes. No work, no lights, no electricity, no lighting fires, no talking, and no entertainment. The airports are closed, as are the ports, and you're only allowed on the road if you need to be at hospital for emergency surgery or to give birth. Television companies stop transmission. Why then did we find ourselves ...