KaMAYA Resort And Villas
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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And today I go back to Sanur. Time to say good-bye to Julie and her dad. We had such a good time together. We went snorkeling in the morning just before I had to leave and I took a lot of pictures of Julie and her dad doing duck-dives :-) I will miss Julie but I'm sure we'll meet again either in France, Germany or somewhere else in this beautiful world.
Back in Sanur ...
The entire street ahead was full of hundreds of beautifully dressed Balinese on their way back from a Ceremony at the soon to be opened enlarged CamuphanTemple .
Now the interesting thing about this traffic standstill was not really the length of the procession - very long, or the fact that it took place in peak hour traffic and caused a total block of movement for about one hour or more BUT that no one seemed to mind!
All sat in their cars, taxis, on ...
... thousands of USD$, as well as pieces that were over 4 generations old and crazy in complexity. One of my favourites were made out of drift wood and carved as elephants stampeding out of the wood work, mind blowing how they think up the designs, let alone create and finish them. The guy who showed us around was part of the 3rd generation, and preferred showing the tourists around and making simpler designs, he was a lovely guy who spoke to us for ages, and ...
... and there are literally hundreds of places to choose from. One of my first stops is for the local specialty Babi Guling. This is a whole pig marinated in local herbs and spices and then slow cooked over coals. You then get a serving of the meat, crispy skin, some sausage which is like wors, some crispy fried pork and a large serving of rice and all covered in a spicy sauce. All for about R40 south african.
I have arrived a few ...
... lists the 27 Britons who perished, as well as 38 Indonesians, and others from 19 other nations. The monument stands on the site of Paddy's Irish bar, where the bomb exploded and destroyed this and another club, and is a well maintained space in this otherwise hectic and unremarkable street. It was poignant to stand for a moment and reflect about those who, like me, had come to Bali for some relaxation and holiday time, but whose lives were cut tragically short. I couldn't help but be ...