Besakih Beach Resort
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... it's crazy. Bottle openers, key chains, giant ones for the lounge. I would like to meet the person who sold the first penis in Bali, it obviously went well because everywhere sells them now.
3. Mooooonkey forrest
5. Batur Volcano
20. Kuta lol
Can't wait for the next part of our trip - one month in Thailand.
... out until necessary. I would advise anyone traveling here to leave most everything at home and purchase in SE Asia. You can dump it all when you’re finished with it.
We are now in our new home. Stopped at the supermarket and bought everything we will need for a week. We will get chicken, fruit and veggies tomorrow at the local market… So tonight, we are scratching our heads trying to figure out what to have for dinner. ...
... there's loads of space on the islands but they build their homes over the water and build little boardwalks going out to them.
Went by the markets, the fruit market, the fish market, the "a bit of everything" market, and then those who set up stall in between or on the pavement. One guy selling fish off cardboard, on the pavement next to the road in the sun... It was cheap, but would you really buy it?!
They were interesting though, particularly the fruit ...
... off (right, as if anyday in Bali would be a write off), but Steph's persistence paid off, we were able to take Kite Surf lessons in the afternoon. It was great fun. I've wake boarded and snowboarded before which helped quite a bit, but I've never ridden switch before, so it was challenging going outside my comfort zone. It was Steph's first time, and she was able to get up and ride alongside the boat, which ...
... iced tea each. Both the meal and the drink are great except that Nay isn’t the biggest fan of celery, which features in the soup. With no prices listed anywhere we are at the mercy of the local versus tourist pricing again. Neil tries a new tack by offering a 20,000Rp note to the owner/chef, he looks at what I have in my hand, considers for a moment, then gives the thumbs up. We walk away satisfied - having paid NZ$2 for lunch for both of us, finally ...