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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Bali is one of the best surf spots in the world and we drove to one of the spots called Uluwatu. Uluwatu was a very nice village with a lot of keen surfers and a lot of huge waves. We strode up to a cafe to eat some food and to watch the surfers crash and whip and ride the three to five metre waves.
Bali is one of the best surf places because it is great ...
... a "Fly High" yoga class. As she hung upside down from a harness attached to the ceiling, she promised herself she'd never do that one again.
We were joined this past week by Annie's partner John, who has added more good energy to our group. Having come from snowy Vermont, he has adjusted quite happily to t-shirts and shorts.
Over the past few weeks, we've heard and seen the preparations for today, Nyepi, the Balinese New Year and day of ...
... a tranquil, well-maintained, high-end area with nice hotels, shops and restaurants. And yet it still felt very Balinese. I'm still happy we tried a new area, but it was gratifying to be reminded of beautiful Nusa Dua.
The villa promised a driver for up to 8 hours per day to take us anywhere we wanted, and a chef to prepare any meal we wanted. We only had to pay for variable costs. The villa's promises were kept and it was indeed a wonderfully ...
... you to buy things or for a taxi, Later that evening I ventured out for some Balinese food and to see traditional Balinese dance performance in one of the nearby temples called Pura Pedang Kerta. After a bit of a warned among the maze of small quaint street and alleys I found an unassuming restaurant where I tried the known pork satay skewers and my first Bingtang beer. The dance performance started at 7pm so after I'd washed down my food with the rest of ...
... meet the two boys for dinner and some drinks (this quickly turned into Jenga and magic tricks). Today we decided to head down to Kuta beach and have a surfing lesson. Sonny (a boy who works in our favourite bar on the beach "jimmys bar") taught us how to "pop" up onto our surfboard. It may sound easy but it proved pretty difficult and although I just about managed to stand up, it didn't take me long to realise I am far too girly for these sports! Scott however, mastered the surfing ...