Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a go. And as a reward we got to eat the food that we had prepared :-) And after our last night in Sanur this fantastic trip really comes to an end... We have tried to figure out what impressed us the most, but the whole trip has been a concatenation off highlights. We have met very kind people, ate great food and where well taken care off in the hotels. We could not have wished for a better trip! We hope that you have enjoyed traveling along with us via the blog! Love Bob, Margreet and ...
I'm sad to say that I wasn't sorry to leave Borneo. Although I loved it - the people are great and the wildlife stunning - the earthquakes were starting to make me a bit edgy. You can have a bit too much excitement in your life sometimes. Anyhoo, the journey to Bali was easy enough courtesy of Air Asia. How come though, that after about 10 flights I'm still 20,000 loyalty points short of a free beach ball? How does that work?? Now ...
... the most relaxing modes of transport we've found so far. The only problem on this train journey was that they forgot to turn on the airconditioning in our airconditioned car!!! Needless to say, we were a tad warm - one time the temperature hit 30 degrees. The local people do not seem as affected by the heat as we Westerners do - we're always a hot messy puddle of sweat whilst they don't even glisten!!!! We tried to book a ticket for the ...
... which is proving problematic, you can see I'm in a pretty nice place. The man I was recommended to owns a few villa's and the eatery pictured, Bagyu's Cafe just a few yards away. I had Nasi Goreng for lunch and it bore no resemblance to dishes of the same name I have eaten in Oz. In other words it was wonderful. Tonight I ate at a Japanese Warung (their name for a hole in the wall cafe). The Japanese lady came here on a holiday and fell in love with a Balinese and now lives here. ...
... tofu dish with a peanut dressing, followed by pepes in banana leaves for the main course and ending with dadas which are Balinese crepes. Pepes can be made using fish, chicken or tofu – we used maki maki fish (I think) and it was delicious. It is advisable to not eat a large breakfast beforehand as you consume all the dishes you prepare.
The overall cooking experience was enjoyable but a shame that we didn't really get to actually ...