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... IN the airport to get us to our terminal) and a weird shuttle bus to the middle of the runway, we finally made it to the gate out of breath. We hear the Hong Kong airport is quite lovely, but we'll have to Google that later!
We arrived in Bali where our pre-booked taxi driver was waiting for us....phew!!
Hope 'Cristina Morello' won't be upset we took her cab! Hahaha
... they were fully booked. So back to the drawing board and we found the next best one on Tripadvisor and tried there. By luck more than judgement it was actually quite close to where we were staying and had availability. So Bali throws up another first, for me again, a trip to a spa. Kirsty had picked out the 4 hour relaxation package from the menu. Upon arrival the first thing they do is tickle your feet in warm water with salt (strange!). This is so that ...
... amazing. We stopped along the way so that the driver could buy cigarettes and outside a bin for a break, while being inundated by locals trying to sell us strawberry. When we arrived at lovina, we stopped at a bus depot where they randomly gave us free food, everyone was thinking where's the catch. But there was no catch, they were just trying to get us to buy accommodation and tours. Back onto the bus and onto the centre of Lovinia ...
... hair treatment and. a facial. All for £20, including transportation both ways. An unexpected bonus was having a hot shower to wash the body scrub off. After a week of cold showers, this felt amazing. I left the spa feeling squeaky clean, probably the cleanest I had been since leaving Bangkok and headed off to do the other thing Ubud is ...
... that stood out.
I bought an ice cream cone and continued walking. It dripped
on my toes and I laughed. A stairway of art caught my eye and I crossed the
street and walked up. It was the entrance to a street market.
In and out of the stalls, each salesperson trying to lure me
in, “Good price for you, good luck for me” was what they said.
Nothing was catching my interest except sunglasses and I
bought four pairs.