Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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So it was time to say goodbye to the beautiful Ubud and hello to Sanur along the east coast. We got our friend Tery to take us to Sanur. Originally we were supposed to go to Nusa Lembongan, an island off the coast. But with the weather not looking too great we decided to stay on the main island. A good choice it was given the frequent rain today. We have also sorted Tery to give us another day tour on Monday which will be fun, and be ...
... onto the plane I was told that the plane was full and there was on the wrong plane so we checked the ticket and its double booked like when I was flying to bail. They said that I could wait for the next plane in 12 hours or if the one person that's in business class does not get here I can take his spot. After waiting for 25 ...
... some really good friends.
Well guess what when we finally filled out the paperwork, we noticed that my EFR had expired by just a few days - just another challenge - but easy as I just had to do the EFR course again. Now the application is mailed and I'm waiting for my certificate :-)
... tourists the entire time. The amount of English spoken by the wait staff was another good indicator and although this made life easier for us, it made us realise just how authentic a local Balinese experience we had had up to this point. On Neil's walk to the ATM, he was hounded by market stallholders, café and bar staff to a much greater extent than in Sukawati. This didn’t bother him that much but looking at the type of cafés and bars, it made him consider the cost ...
... a yoga/meditation/music festival that runs every year in Ubud.
Supposedly people come from all over the world to attend the seminars and engage in the peaceful, loving culture.
I only attended the music :) but was lucky to see a young band from Bali, a local dance/chanting crew, an incredible band from Senegal and Sweden- the singer was Swedish, so she sang in a haunting voice while a guy from Senegal played the kora, which is like a guitar with a really round body but also ...