Princess Benoa Beach Resort
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... d noticed how far away we were from everything, so given how hungry we were, there was no choice but to hit the hotel restaurant. It was 11:30 and breakfast had finished at 11, but we were able to order from the lunch menu. Nay had Nasi Goreng and Neil had Soto Ayam (chicken noodle soup). It was at this point we realised how poor most of the food had been at Bali Masari Villas. Both dishes looked and tasted fantastic, so much fresher.
... fishing village, it was one of the first towns on Bali to see substantial tourist development, and as a beach resort remains one of Indonesia's major tourist destinations. It is known internationally for its long sandy beach, varied accommodation, many restaurants and bars, and many renowned surfers who visit from Australia. Because of this the nightlife is pretty big in Kuta with vodka and redbull drinks from as little as 75p!
On our second night ...
... is way too warm. Its nice to jump into the pool to freshen up a bit but its so hot it almost feels like a spa!
I asked Jeremy if he thought it might be a good idea to do a honeymoon photo shoot which the resort was advertising but Jeremy said we should save our $200 and do our own. So we went down to the beach and it wasn't really a honeymoon shoot as I was the only one in the photos! lol but he did a fantastic job!
Up and away to the passport office to watch it open, restless night worrying about our Bali trip, or lack of it. No go..... Matthew is not eligible for a priority passport, because only one parent to sign, even though I have full parental responsibility. Very upset all of us. After much discussion we decided ...
... swan?!?! I've never had something like this before, I know in the US it is customary to tip $1/2 for your room to be made up each day. Here, tipping is not customary, but appreciated for good services. The conversion rate between Indonesian rupee is roughly one to 10,000. Now it seems excessive to be leaving 10,000 of anything for an origami towel. Further accentuated by the vastly difference conversion rates. Anyhow, something to consider overnight.