Benoa Beach Front Villas & Spa
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Bryan told me to be ready by 5:30pm as we were going on a date...!
Every now and again we do this as to be honest, every day is like being on a date so sometimes he just organises something special.
He always comes up with something lovely so I was quite intrigued and excited to see what he had in store for us tonight. Although just up the road is a massive water park and i was dreading having to go down water tubes in my high ...
... but everyone involved just sat there like a bunch of lounge lizards for what felt like eternity. I'll spare you the long story and can only hope my money went to the kids and not the idiots in charge of that horrid program.
Needless to say I skipped out on my visit the following day and headed back down to the beaches with the girls. We haggled a taxi for 250,000 rupiah (4 bucks a piece!) for the 1.5 hour ride it would take to get to Seminyak. Our driver ...
... the only diners in the restaurant the night before, we were starting to wonder if there were any other guests at the resort. We decided to head to the main pool for a swim whilst our room was being tidied and found it deserted, which was great. Checking the time, 12:10pm and it was hot - perhaps everyone else was sensibly hidden away in a shady spot.
After a brief sunbathe and lengthy swim, we were hungry. We haven’t quite gotten ...
... to chose from. We were eating like kings in comparison to Australia, although it was very hard to keep my healthy diet under control.
At our guest house we made a few friends;
Chris the talkative mad scientist look-a-like from Germany
Paige aka Paigy from Dublin and her friend
Katie the posh Geordie
After we'd checked out Kuta's famous surfers beach and seen all the hustle and bustle it was time to move on to the ...
... version of Caroline Springs), I finally stumbled across Jimbaran Bay late in the afternoon, and stayed to watch the sunset. The beach was lined with around 50 restaurants, with tables & chairs out on the sand - including one that had a heart traced out in flowers and LOVE spelled out. The restaurants all had wood barbeques and a huge array of fish and the air was thick with smoke. It looked inviting but I decided to sit on the sand among the plebs and bought a ...