Sari Sanur Resort
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... Loved this place so much.
A short but long drive to Sanur
It was a bit of a trip to get to Sanur from Ubud, I am so surprised at how large this island is. We stopped in at an art studio. Got caught off guard, and wound up buying two Buddha paintings lol Good times.
Cost: $45 (damn it)
New place to rest our heads
Our new hotel is pretty nice, large room, awesome bathroom, courtyard, pool, and super ...
... Breakfast I waited till 12:30am I walked out to the Blue cross Across the road as I walked in the room she greeted me with a bag with gloves and an a t-shirt. After an intro on what we will be doing we went out walking the streets on Kuta finding lost dogs feeding then and bringing them in to the Blue Cross for help and medical treatment. After the whole day helping out the dogs of ...
... out fairly soon after arriving as we’ve got a few things we need to sort out. We go down to the beach, marvelling at the large numbers of outriggers on the water and how quiet everything seems – for a popular holiday destination in Bali it’s not very busy. We manage to eventually find somewhere we can eat lunch (as veggies it’s surprisingly challenging here!) then head back to the hotel ...
... few minutes he seemed to have the answer so off we went. We drove the entire length of a street that was densely populated with cafés, bars and retailers mainly geared for tourists. If there was any doubt as to the target market, ‘The Duck’s Nuts’ bar confirmed this along with a fish & chip shop. It became evident that we had missed the hair dressers place so turned around and headed back and eventually found it. Language barrier negotiated a short ...
... an Australian singer songwriter who's fairly well known in some circles and also features the didgeridoo.
Another beautiful night, everyone dancing.
All of the performers were truly moved by the energy of the crowd- it seems like a real hippie dippy thing to focus on, but it was a great space to be in, I felt really lucky to have gotten to attend and participate in the Bali Spirit Festival, and to meet the people I did in Ubud and spend some time in that crazy, strange, beautiful community.