Sunset Residence Condotel
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budget value but far from the beach. quite comfy for family.
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... thing to build on. Of course, now I have to decide again, where and how to manage my finances. Do I want to go home and work? Do I want to work somewhere else and have hassle with visas? I don't know... But, as always, it will all work out :) I'm at the beach in the shade now. Once seated people stop talking to you. The ocasional ****-souvenir seller will still hit you up, but they're not as insistent. I'm waiting for Kristen, I already spotted Mooza and her boyfriend who ...
... is a test of endurance. Second is the smaller stores , the side streets and ally based options. Not as pushy as a street seller , their prices may or may not be marked, but bartering is still an option. Third are the commercial stores. Selling name brand products at, well, name brand prices. Bartering doesn't find much joy in this realm, it's not foreign to them, but the computer won't let them do it. A drink at one of ...
... first glimpse of Kuta Beach. Firstly however, Neil was completely blown away by the amount of mopeds parked up alongside it. There must have been hundreds all jammed in, which led to two questions:
1) was there some sort of moped valet parking at Kuta Beach?
2) how the hell did you recognise your little black Honda amongst the hundreds of little black Hondas, and when you do, how do you get it out?
After taking moped pics, we hit Kuta Beach - ...
... picked out a dress for Nay. Fending the majority of them off politely we did end up making a few essential purchases. A dress and fridge magnets for Nay, a Bintang t-shirt and a sarong for Neil. Not in truth that essential but it did give us a chance to practice haggling which is good fun if you keep it light hearted and smile throughout.
Eventually we get to the art stalls but are a bit over constantly saying "no thank you" in a mixture of English ...
... we had to rent a sarong -- essentially a dress-towel -- to purify our hips. We watch grey monkeys bounce around and troll unsuspecting tourists. It's a pretty spectacular place.
Uluwatu would be the first of many temples visited: Goa-Gajah, Titra Empul, Gunung Kawi, Ke Goa Lawah, and Batukaru. Many were infected with tourists, but some had moss-covered steps that whispered ...