Sanda Butik Villas
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We headed down to the temple before breakfast to see it without the hordes of people and to see what the tide was doing. Sure enough, it was high tide and the temple was surrounded by water. The waves were crashing against the base and creating huge sprays of water. There were only a few stalls open, only 2 photographers with their printers and very few tourists. We enjoyed the quiet and listened to the crashing ...
... Monday 24th March
Woke to warmth and a breakfast of spicy noodles.
Hugged Marian with the now traditional weekly greeting of 'Happy Monday morning' and spared a thought for all my colleagues at SAA Consultants.
Explored Kuta. It's hot and very busy and touristy - exactly as expected.
There is a curious brand of Hindu here.
Many houses ...
Nice sleep... Had a light breakfast and sat by the pool. Asked for shuttle to beach then had a walk. Found nice warung but had to wait AGES for our lunch - was nice tho' and in our walking found "Oasis by the Sea" yoga class. Walked back to ...
Breakfast in bed was a nice treat, a bakers at the end of our road relentlessly belted out amazing smells and gave a very cheap, about 18p per item, but delicious breakfast. We had a variety of pastries and made the most of the hotels 24 hour free tea and coffee. In tune with the holiday spirit we just spent the morning lazing around followed by a a visit to Starbucks to get some decent wifi. The hotel wifi ...
... There were so many amazing fish: butterfly fish, giant blue starfish, angel fish, parrot fish, needle fish, Moorish idols, a titan trigger fish and a deadly scorpion fish. I'm also very pleased to say we did indeed find Nemo.
From the ocean, we headed inland through a mountainous region where we stopped at Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, a picture perfect 17th century Hindu water temple. Our journey continued to the hill-village of ...