Puri Dalem Hotel
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Great food, great company and a great stay for the start of our trip. Both pools are to die for.
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... they played it. Our hot Latin American Mama had to have a little fun dancing! And of course, I had to get a photo. After that we strolled down to the Reggae bar and again, very entertaining and packed with people. Our new friend, Sandy, who has lived in Sanur for 10 years and her friend, Angie, from Oz, showed up and grabbed us and took us to another Samatran Bar with live music. By that point we were done ...
... ground, we arrived at the path we recognized. We happily climbed back up to our place in time for a cup of tea.
Dinner was delicious again although this time we had to share the dishes with the family who had arrived earlier in the day. I think we could have polished off their food too – everyone was quite hungry! For dessert we had the most delicious pisang goreng with palm sugar and I decided that I could have eaten the entire plate ...
... and drive here, unless suicidal, I don't know.....
After what seems an eternity, we finally arrive at Tanah Lot Temple, and the sun is shining! We enter the car park to throngs of people getting off coaches, the place is huge. Once you get past the entrance gates, you have to walk through a small town of market stalls and shops!
Finally we reach the gates that take us down to the temple area and the vista that awaits you is truly spectacular!
... yoga, carrying my backpack, sitting long hours in the bus... I needed it!
For dinner Angela, Borneo and I headed to the night market for some street food.
Unlike the Philippines, a lot of the street food is vegetarian so I could also enjoy it!
Angela and I shared a Malaysian style omelette cooked in a crepe, and I had some fried tofu stuffed with veggies and some potato lumpias.
A little greasy, but so delicious overall.
... closely. Queue panic and despair. We find out we have just turned around and are heading back to Adelaide because the ash cloud is hindering the route. Good. We laugh. We laugh some more. Then we get wine. What the actual fark?! Obvi rather be safe but being on a plane this long for no reason is the worst. Also the crew told us they knew about the cloud before we took ...