Oka Bungalo 7
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We had such a wonderful night at Ngetis Resort in Sanur, Bali. We slept like princesses up in our hotel room, we woke up and had breakfast delivered, ate in bed and then ran to the beach. Bali beaches are pretty gross between hawkers, garbage and stray dogs. So we decided to catch a ferry over to Nusa Lembongan which is 30 km east of Bali. Our homestay mama called a boat company and got us on a boat an hour ...
... it slayed me!
Last thing we did was go to Tanah Lot, which is a pretty famous temple in Bali. It's out on a little rock island/outcropping, and is SO SO SO touristy!! It's relatively expensive to get into, and there are hundreds of market stalls all selling the same cheap **** but still trying to get you to come in and buy something. It's CRAZY. It actually took a little away from the experience for me, plus the hordes of tourists at the temple itself once you get there. I ...
... leave our friends again.
We celebrated Nyepi, Silent day. It was very loud the night before but very quiet the day of. You cant go out of your house. If you go onto the street on Nyepi day you could be fined. Even the airport is closed.
The roosters were very loud on Nyepii day, they would not be quiet.
I am looking forward to seeing all you very soon!
Sam, Matt and Super Sam.
... to cator to a full resturant. But there was a bit more going on than that...no worries lots of fun to have everyone together.
It was so nice to have Dylan and Rachel join us along with Nat's and Ed for the 3 days.
The 2nd day we went into the small town for some trinket shopping and lunch (again). Then Dylan and Rachel rented a scooter and went on an Island tour of cliff jumping etc.
The rest of ...
... set back from the road. Their plot is scattered with a dozen shrines and mini temples, which Mrs Arsa sprinkles with water from a frangipani flower, and decorates with small offerings of rice on bananna leaves and a woven palm leaf basket with other tasty titbits for the gods (including biscuits and sweets), accompanied by prayers and burning incense. Their house is nicely tucked away from the noise and the traffic, and Mr Arsa can arrange just about anything, ...