Puri Sading Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Sanur is about an hour, if that, by bus from Ubud, heading in the direction of Kuta. This upscale resort attracts a slightly older crowd than Kuta and Ubud but it isn't lacking in bars and restaurants. There are plenty to choose from it just has a quieter vibe. Sanur is more expensive than Kuta but cheaper than Seminyak but Bali in general is a …
... there till around eleven fifteen when headed out to the beach, in a light drizzle of course. The fireworks were awesome. They start them real early here as we heard a steady stream of booms and claps starting around six. On the beach we laid on a lounge chair that we turned to face down the shoreline. The fireworks on the beach were in full effect. When I say this, I mean about twenty kilometers worth of beach, maybe more. As far as we could ...
Last day is Bali, last massage ($5 for one hour) , last swim - a couple of meals to go then a sleep til 5.30am to be ready for a 6.30am taxi to the airport - a journey that will take at least 2 hours - more if we come upon some 'ceremony' on the way.
An air of gloom hangs over this beautiful seafront resort with the news that new management is taking over in a few months. It means many of the staff will go - some to a new venture with the current manager ...
... the mic up to my mouth and asked me at the end of fight who I thought the judges would give the fight to. I said, "To green pants", of course. When he asked me why, I said, "Because he is the best dancer". The referee raised the hand of the winner of the match. It was green pants, alright!
In each country I visit I get different reacations when I say I am from America. In my next entry I tell you what happens when I say "America" in Indonesia!
I took a bus from Sanur to Ubud, which was hot and slow but short, so painless.
At the bus terminal I met a motorcycle taxi driver named Ketut who drove me to my hostel, plus I booked a tour with him for the next day.
I don't usually do tours, I had actually been excited to rent a motorbike and drive myself around, but Ketut had a great energy and smile, and I thought having a tour guide would be great to learn more about Hinduism (the main religion on Bali).