Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
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... have an exciting plan to go to a very cool sounding jazz market festival on the south-East coast of Bali, which we first read about in one of the airplane magazines on the Singapore to Jakarta flight. Annoyingly we discovered that getting a taxi there and back would just cost far too much, so we reluctantly but sensibly changed our plan - better to save the money for some Great Barrier Reef adventures in Oz! Our new plan was a much simpler one, firstly completing a few jobs shopping ...
... your bathing suit. Wear tight bottoms and a top that has straps over your neck. Yes, I was air headed enough to wear a tube top to my second surf lesson. Also, in Kuta Lombok, the two beaches we have been to so far have both had used surf tops that anyone can access. I can't wait to purchase my own because used also usually means you are wearing someone else's body odour. Gross! I do recommend wearing the surf shirt too even if you have a good bikini. It can get chilly ...
We have arrived at our hotel The Keraton in Jimbaran. In hindsight we wished that we had come straight to here from Sanur as it is much more "us". Our photos will show ........ swimming pool, restaurant and bars on the beach.............what more could one want? And just a short walk out the front gates and you are back into the usual hustle bustle of Bali life. The weather remains beautiful one day and perfect the next. We continue to enjoy ...
... their descendants. Tall, decorated bamboo poles line up along the streets in honour of this celebration. The event happened on December 17 this year while we were in the town of Kintamani. The streets were packed with people heading to temples and relative’s homes. It was fascinating, but very hard to get around.
Once you leave Bali, the dominant religion is Muslim. In Lombok, we often heard the loudspeaker calls to ...
... The view and atmosphere is just so nice... to enjoy the lovely sunset with some fishing boats in the sea, and talking to our ST family here....
Dinner at Kisik Restaurant
We had some grilled seafood dinner here at the restaurant nearby. Joel was quite paranoid of the sand. Many of us were full from the light snacks we ate at the bar, but nevertheless it ...