Putri Bali Villa
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... here is the same same and very comfortable. This morning, Sarah and Daniel had to meet the manager at MaJoly to go to the embassy for the wedding formalities so we tagged along with them to pay the bill. The venue looks beautiful and Sarah is really happy! No pics.....you have to wait! We left them to go off into Denpasar and we headed back along the boardwalk to Discovery Shopping Centre where Andrew and I wanted to order some ...
... was to remind me that it’s okay to not know what is next and that is why I am on this journey and that I just need to keep the faith and KEEP MOVING. So onward and forward with living in the moment and trying not to question what next but to just let it happen and be surprised when it finally does.
For a girl that once had her calendar colour coordinated and booked solid almost 6 months ago now to one that can let planning fall to the waist ...
... decade and it's easy to tell too when Javanese taxi driver address the Balinese in Indonesian. Code switching from ones native love language to the official logic language to handle business tastes like a room tempered beer, and not a micro brewed beer neither because fresh stouts come down quite nicely. It is no surprise however that a market town grows, after all, the story is in it's name. From the Balinese word "den" meaning north and "pasar" which is more ...
... jl Tamblingan south of Hardies supermarket
What can you say ... good home cooking Balinese food by a lovely 70yo lady at the cheapest prices we have seen.
1 ayam lawar
1 nasi goring
1 sate ayam
1 cap cay
2 small bingtang
A large dinner for two at the grand total of 73000 rp ($7 aud) but byo ambiance / music
We also had breakfast here 40,000 rp for two including fresh juice.
LEGAIN AND KUTA
Here is a ...
... my lounger and got some presents to send home. Our hotel room here at the Tune hotel was also really nice and felt like a properly holiday place. That night we went along the beach as he sun was setting and just people watched. Everybody seemed to congregate there as dusk settled an there was amazing band of drummers on the beach which made me want to dance. I was starving though so we decided to find food. After a few weeks of rice and noodles in Borneo it was so nice ...