The Vira Bali Hotel
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... when it was full. When i arrived there were only two other passengers and in the half hour i waited only one other showed up. I thus decided i may as well try hitchhike rather than wait there aimlessly. After only 5mins i was picked up by an Indonesian university professor on his way to work in Denpasar (lecturing on a Saturday!) As i had intended to explore south Bali at some point anyway decided that this was the time to do it and do Ubud at a later date. ...
"So I went down my local ice-cream shop, and said 'I want to buy an ice-cream'. He said Hundreds & thousands?' I said 'We'll start with one.'
I'm super behind on these blog entries....apparently doing nothing is making me lazy. Bugger!
We arrived in Denpasar and got the first ferry over to Nusa Lembongan the next morning. We opted for the slightly cheaper public ferry. It's school holidays here and this area is very popular not only with ...
... use fingers instead of elbows (Thai massage), so much better feeling. And I had a pretty masseuse. :) When we finished they gave us a cup of tea and it started to pour rain outside. I knew from experience that it might not let up anytime soon. We waited about a half hour before making a run for it. We raced down the alley to the first restaurant on the main road. People there were very nice and got us towels to dry off. We had a beer while waiting for ...
... of a pot noodle from the hotel's minimart and for dinner we paid less than £2 to get a taxi back to a cheap restaurant we'd found in Kuta. This is also where we swapped our sometimes not-so-useful Southeast Asia Lonely Planet for a New Zealand one. And after 5mths in Asia, we were finally subjected to rice and chicken soup for breakfast, which was included with our room - not our cup of tea!
After three nights there, we went to a quieter area of the coast called ...
... to order and ship a commercial quantity, and no-one really seems to be interested in just one bale. If anyone can help me I'll cheerfully give you a free hug and a week with Mookie thrown in. I'll even supply the food.
By the time we've visited all three places it's well past lunch time, and we race back to the villa to find a slightly frazzled Ririn trying to ward off a cranky, hungry Mookie with dried banana chips. Once the kids are re-fuelled and down for an ...