Sunset Residence Condotel
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budget value but far from the beach. quite comfy for family.
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... in Australia. Having now been on the north beach and the south beach if Bali in one day we headed back to the hotel to collet our bags before making way to the airport. Unfortunately nothing too exciting happened. Although whilst on our flight the man next to me (not Max) had fallen asleep and jumped in his sleep but doing so gabbed my leg. I found this hilarious but neither of us made eye contact as I thought I would get the giggles. So we sat ...
So yesterday, started slow. After the late night arrival in the hostel, I woke up at 9:30 and took my time in getting dressed. I walked down to the hostel lounge area and got myself a coffee. The Indonesian coffee is different. You just mix the coffee grounds in hot water, and then wait for the grounds to settle to the bottom. While I was drinking the coffee, I sent an email to Caroline to ask if she wanted to meet today. She doesn't have facebook on the phone ...
... western offerings of pizza and burgers. The exception to our Indonesian diet was a rather delicious Thai green curry from Fat Chow. We were at first hesitant to eat here as it was on the trendy side with its pallet seating and exposed brick walls, not to mention the prices - with the main courses costing around IDR 65,000. The meal however was the best that we have had and in the end we didn't really mind paying the equivalent of £3.25 for such ...
... it again in my twilight years.
The dance clubs here are famous but they really don't get started until 1am - well passed my usual bedtime. One of them, Paddies, was bombed in 2002 by an Al Qaeda affiliate, a tragic event that killed 202 people mostly young Australians in their 20's and 30's. A memorial stands today on the spot of the bombing naming all of the victims. Paddies was rebuilt just down the road. Now to enter the clubs there is ...
... torch :) power comes back on, make purchase and whoopsies, it's out again.
We fumble our way out the door and jump in a cab and head on up to poppies for dinner.
Walk the walk to basil leaves and it's closed.....are you kidding !!!
Ok on to bamboo corner for a quick cap chay and as I eat I think of our Friend Dewa as this seems to be his favourite dish. We see him tomorrow.
So off we go to Days for the massage and she has customers. This is good for her ...