Sari Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... humid air, that wet-dirt Asian smell, and cold beer. We were giddy with happiness!! A few snacks of delicious spring rolls (aka "lumpia") and yummy chicken satay (oh, peanut sauce, how I love thee!!) saw us sitting by the pool (with more Bintang of course!!) with big happy smiles.
We wandered down the street and around the local markets stopping to haggle with eager shop owners for their wares. Clothes were ...
... this isn't beyond the realm of possibility in Tokyo. Our trip to the Studio Ghibli museum was much anticipated and lived up to our astronomical expectations. Studio Ghibli make animated movies and if you are unfamiliar with their work I urge you to watch Spirited Away and then everything else you can find, because they make the most magical films. That magic is in abundance at the Ghibli Museum, which is small but perfectly formed. Inside, the joy of cinema and animation ...
... as stall holder wouldn't budge. Back up towards Mall - D changed some Aussie to Rupiah - then checked out some of the gorgeous boutiques in Seminyak - saw some sandals I loved - but $100. - will look at home.
by now it is 5 pm - worried about the girls back at the resort - still the shell and feather necklaces to be bought. Made drove us to some shops we saw on Monday ( seems like months ago) - and Success - we found them again, necklaces ...
Hey Dudes and Dudettes,
We continue things in an easy going lifestyle in Bali. After our first day of lounging ( and burning ), we were eager to get ourselves moving. The activity of choice was surfing! The Kuta/Legian area is a fabulous beach for beginners. Big, yet forgiving swells, with an all sand bottom to cushion your fall. There are no shortage of beach options too, with all the locals set up with their own little ...
... a ride from a random cabbie, among many trying to get the business of arriving tourists. My hotel was 35 miles away. Without my phone working at all (despite assurances it would) I could not locate the address of my hotel. As I sat in the cab with this random person, I felt really vulnerable. He was on the phone a few times and I heard him say "American". So, I knew he was referring to me as ...