Bhavana Private Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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I woke up at around 7 to the sound of passing mopeds and cars, I made some breakfast "eggs on toast with a glass of orange juice" I decided to hang around the apartment until lunch time where I headed off to my first activity of the trip after eating some lunch. "The Santai Surf", THE LOCAL SURF EXPERIENCE. I headed down to the beach where I was met by the instructor Gede (owner & head instructor) he is experienced & professional with the ...
... 2 weeks. They showed us how to make 7 different local dishes including a peanut satay sauce, mie goreng, yellow curry, gadu gadu and ? Balls (sweet rice balls filled with palm sugar, rolled in shredded coconut. The best part was we got to eat it all at the end! We thoroughly enjoyed the class and plan on trying some of the recipes when we get home. On our last night we took a walk over to the other side of the island to ...
... also appears to double as someones house. Seems to be a common theme. Overlooks the hill that the sun went down behind yesterday. This appears to be a golf course as occasionally buggies and ridiculously dressed people turn up. Menu is hilarious and reminds me that I've taken almost no pictures today. Have chicken and weirdness soup, and ayam goreng...which is indonesian for "rice, and chicken that's been roasted to within an inch of charcoal." It's nice but I wouldn't have ...
... bags out for people to sit on. Theres nowhere that sells "some becks". Its a spoonerism of bum sex. I assume one that one day I will be drunk and accidentally say that to a bar maid....I dread to think the consequences Rain comes back in and clears the beach of people. It is like we're the only people on it. Paradside at last, despite the rain Only thing to ruin a good situation is other people. Only thing to make soemthing essentially backwater and hickville is ...
... and had a really good guide (Ketut). We started our day off by going to a coffee/chocolate/spices plantation. I'm glad we had Ketut for the walk through the forest- he pointed out all kinds of plants and explained to us what they were. I don't think I know very much about tropical agriculture. Coffee grows on trees and the beans are in a soft red shell that looks like a cranberry! And pineapples grow in little bushes on the ground, similar to broccoli. The leaves ...