The Grand Bali Nusa Dua
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So today Kristi and I booked a site seeing tour. We went to Batubulan, Celuk, Mas, Ubud, Tempaksiring and Batur. Indonesia is made up of 13466 islands. There are over 4 million people living on the island of Bali. The island of Bali is 145x90 kilometers large. Indonesia is the 4th largest population in the world, right behind the USA. Sadly the USA became famous and is known to the Indonesia people is because of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. ...
... hour before our flight had landed, and ate a light tea as it was like 10 30pm Australian time. We landed and I hoped off the plane and seen my mum standing there with the biggest smile on her face, and gave me the biggest cuddle! I was so happy to see her! I collected my bags, and we went and found the car in the short terminal car park and off we were on our way home! I started telling mum about my trip but I was so exhausted I slept in the car until we arrived ...
... all excited!
Next stop was GWK (Garuda Wisnu Kencana) with a beautiful panoramic view.[ 80000 rp per person]. We were in time to watch their popular Kecak Dance performance.
For lunch, we had a luxurious seafood meal by the seaside accompanied by melodious songs performed live at Blue Marlin. After that, we shopped at Krisna, a popular tourist spot for buying souvenirs ...
... mention that this pina colada was under beautiful swaying palms by a huge sandy beach with waves crashing out on the coral reef and from where we hve barely stired since!]
But you are so shattered you sleep like a log, though that will be your last good night's sleep for a while because the time difference is 8 hours and when you are trying to sleep at 11pm your body thinks it is 3pm and no way are you going to sleep until 4 am at the earliest!
Anyway - the ...
... place once and then told the Balinese to erect a temple here. The temple is very modest and contains only 2 shrines with tiered thached roofs and foreigners are forbidden to enter.
We ended the day with a dinner of local foods and went early to bed as we were getting up at 01:30 next morning.