Gending Kedis Villas & Spa Estate
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... on the other hand, booked an afternoon facial.
My facial ended up being as much fun as golf was for Mark. Mark was beaten by Tom and my face was beaten by some Balinese girl. We met up again by the pool bar and compared stories before heading across the road to Balique for dinner. This was highly rated on TripAdvisor but wouldn't be scored so by us. The food was ok but nothing special so we finished up quickly and headed back to the hotel for a night ...
... We got chatting to our waitress who was lovely and introduced us to her boyfriend who was the bar manager. Whilst giving us cocktails at the bar after dinner they offered to take us around Bali to different sites "for free" (as most people would expect some sort of tip). We exchanged numbers and they suggested meeting us the next morning to go to the fish market. They then took us home on the back of their mopeds through the crazy streets of Bali. After breakfast we ...
... board. I gladly accepted his invitation with open arms. You can't come to Bali and not give it a try, right!
Kuta is infested with tourists. In fact, it was made solely for tourists some years ago to produce revenue for the island. Boy did they hit that one square on the nose. We scoped out a couple of spots along the way but many places were far too crowded. We finally reached a spot with pretty sick surf (HA, jk). After my mini lesson ashore I was ready to take on some waves ...
... out. There were even unofficial police who came by in the night to check that all the lights were off and everyone was indoors. ...
... taste of Denpasar (capital of Bali). It was such a new place. The pavement was un walkable with holes, flooding drains and rubble. The roads were uncrossable. We would just go for it hoping you won't get struck down. The restaurants had nothing written in English so we chose some where which had pictures to point at. We ordered an array of food and chatted while it was prepared. First we talked about our independent New Zealand experience before going on to reminisce about ...