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... Nat and Bianca headed home, Andrew and I grabbed some lunch and did a quick shop at Matahari's and crashed back at the apartments for a swim and Nanna nap. A few of us went to Mozzarella by the Sea for dinner. Quite nice but if they have to give you a torch to read the menu and you can't see what you are eating maybe the lighting has gone beyond atmospheric to plain bloody dark! We won't return! It's 8.30pm Bali time, 10.30pm at ...
... we are a group of 10) we each had a welcome massage followed by an hour yoga session. The yoga was incredible. I've always been a fan of it but Adele, the instructor, her energy and instruction was truly empowering. She encouraged us to bring forth the stress, pain and anger in our lives and use that fury to warm our bodies get the blood flowing, channel it and then with each breathe exhale it out. "You cannot let the good in without first letting the bad ...
... Peken Payuk, or clay pot market, the traditional market where the northern center of this town derives it's name is now the shopping center of the entire provincial island of Bali with two parts, one resting on each side of Badung's river; named after the last Balinese Kingdom that found it more peaceful to rest through ritual suicide than surrender to the tourism that has taken root. One side named Pasar Badung operated by Balinese and the other Kumbasari, run ...
2 good size meals, coke and juice 67,000 rp. No tax.
The best Padang food we found and cheap, a must if in kuta square (5 min walk)
Line up and Choose your own dishes with an average meal 30,000 rp
Must be a early lunch because food runs out before 2pm not sure if they serve dinner?
Also it is a Muslim warung so no beer or pork
Seating out the back if the front is full
Easiest way to find is to ...
... some variety and I wanted to eat everything!! All the restaurants looked so pretty and they had terraces where you could look over the beach. In the end I had Australian lamb wraps with cous cous and a mint yoghurt. It tasted like heaven- hadn't had red meat in sooooo long! Then to top it off I had a giant sangria and a huge ice cream sundae full of strawberries. Later on we we sat on the beach and listened to a band, drinking a cocktail. Perfect end to the perfect ...