Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel
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... found a relatively new restaurant offering some promotional pricing on their menu. What stood out for both Amelia and I, was the fish and chips. At only 25,000 rupiah (£1.25ish) we couldn’t resist! When the plate full of homemade chips and freshly cooked fish arrived with tartare sauce we were more than happy with our choice. It really did go down a treat! Backpacking inevitably takes its toll on your clothing, and it’s at this point that even I ...
... have been eaten by a Civet and shat out. They call the animal a Luwak here. We'd heard about this and a friend of ours tried it in Thailand I think. It's called a Civet in the rest of the world.
We were met by a waitress in the front who was waiting with about 5 others. She spoke good English and told us we can sample about a dozen teas and coffees if we buy one cup of the Luwak (Civet) coffee. It was only 50,000 so we thought it was a deal. We also ...
... set up the same way.
Our next destination was a Hindu temple. For this we had to wear a sarong in order to enter the temple. The Balinese believe that your upper body represents the good part of you while your lower body represents the negative part. The sarong covers the negative part allowing you to enter the temple with positive energy. Anyway I thought I looked good in a sarong.
So many stories about the symbols of ...
... and the owners would working shop… Across from us, was the Grandmother’s rooms and in the middle, the stone temples. On past Grandma’s house, we saw other people and more temples… a complete maze.
The day we arrived they were in the middle of celebrations (3 days) Our hostess would make little baskets of offerings each night (big baskets full) and in the morning, she would walk around the compound from the ...
... nice. We also took long walks along the beach walk which I think was our favorite activity.
Our next stop was to be Jogjakarta on Java. At first it looked like we were going to need to take an overnight bus for 15 hours because flights were super expensive. Ultimately, we found a pretty reasonable flight and were very happy to avoid the long bus ride to our next spot. ...