The best cinema in the world
Trip Start Feb 26, 2010
371Trip End Feb 26, 2011
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The film was really great but was only let down by the bees
This time we took the beach road and the ‘Sunset’ beach bar was virtually deserted. We walked further than the bar this time to discover a very eerie sight. One of the guesthouses and its grounds along this stretch of the beach was cordoned off by police tape but without any explanation why. It looked like it had been that way for years as the place was clearly derelict but have read so many crime novels since we were here lots of scenarios kept going through our minds. We sat on the beach watching the sun go down and the clouds though still here tonight were lit up golden by the sun it was a beautiful sight and we couldn’t help taking photo after photo even though the camera battery was quickly dying.
We walked back and ate at last nights restaurant again with a few beers to celebrate our final night here. There was a band on which were really good made up of four local men each playing a different instrument. It is so easy to lose yourself here, not just because of all the magic mushrooms and weed on offer, and let’s face it I could get lost anywhere, but the place is so chilled out its hard to drag yourself away unless you really have to
We packed up some of our bags at the hut before bed even though we didn’t have to leave until 10.30am. We had decided over dinner that we couldn’t leave without climbing Trawangan Hill in the morning before breakfast so wanted to give ourselves plenty of time in case it took longer than expected. The mosque was still broadcasting its’ song as we tried to get to sleep the only up side to leaving was that we could return to the peace and tranquillity of Kuta, not necessarily something that the place is well renowned for.