Villa Puri Ayu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Puri Ayu Sanur
Villa Puri Ayu has something for everyone. For us it had great double rooms near the small pool. For families they have larger rooms and villas. They also have a large pool.
Short walk to the beach and many restaurants.
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... noise. Sat in the quiet on a downed coconut palm for a while watching daily life, I have a new plan for the local crows - a Balinese scarecrow! Stay tuned. On to the Balinese modern art museum, 400 year old batiks, so detailed it was amazing. I got given the directions to a herb shop while out in the rice paddies, by an Australian couple, so found that and bought some lemon grass tea and other goodies. Back past the markets, organising a ticket ...
... I am not enough of a coffee connoisseur to know if it tasted great or not--it just tasted like coffee to me. However, they gave us a sampling of lots of other coffees and teas that they make, some of which were AWESOME! My favorites were the coconut coffee and vanilla coffee as well as the lemon tea.
After our coffee tasting, we went up to a restaurant overlooking a volcano and a lake for breakfast (beautiful views--the pictures never do it justice), followed by a ...
... there were only wearing budgie smuggler Speedos, we finished up and rode off in case any unwanted guests made a surprise appearance!
After dropping off some much needed laundry we rode along the promenade and keeping up with our newly found chilled out ways, we found a bar and had a few beers, an ice cream and Skyped both sets of parents before sunset. As we rode back along the promenade it was hotel, restaurant, bar, hotel, bar, restaurant all ...
... to Bali the first few times that 'f' and 'p' are just about interchangeable, to the point where I once saw garlic pried frawns on a menu once - can't believe it didn't click. Anyhoo - seems I'm in the game for a painting now...exciting!
'Yes! Yes! I'm still interested - will you sell it to me please?'
I won't bore you with the details but we banter back and forth half in English and half in Indonesian about the price and what I can and can't afford, ...