Puri Uluwatu Villas
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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... car seats, drivers--essentially everything that promises a stress-free vacation. The first couple days were spent mainly at the hotel. By Monday, I was anxious to see some sights. For about $50 USD, we hired a driver for the day to visit Uluwatu Temple and Padang Padang Beach. On the way, the driver suggested a short stop at the GWK Cultural Center. As Bali's citizens are predominantly Hindu, a tall statue of Vishnu sat atop a large hill also providing beautiful views ...
... with oil. Ewwww! I'll go for the safe bananapancakes tomorrow! And then I'm off to Kuta to join the Ripcurl surfschool for a week. After that it's Canggu for two weeks at Lapoint surfcamp! We'll see where my surfing career goes, if I even continue after Bali, but right now I'm having fun! Who knows though, if it really does prove to be a good stress-absorber, I could even consider taking a gapyear after IBA to improve my skills. More ...
... in the pool whilst taking in the great views. We also left Beth in charge of what she'd been so proficient at during her two months with us, and that is choosing a place to eat. Beth found a couple of places online, but in the end opted for us to revisit Fat Chow's. The food was once again absolutely superb. Both Amelia and I had the 'Asian Burger' - apart from the wasabi mayo I'm not sure what was 'Asian' about it, but it was one of the best burgers we've had in SEA. ...
... after much arguing we all sort a price and get going. I soon realise he has no idea where anything is and gets lost a few times, which keeps delaying things, and when it's down to just me and the final passenger, he drops me to a building site by collapsed road, and points across as he signals me to carry on by foot, despite agreeing to drop us all to the doors! By this point fed up of him messing around and wasting time, I pay him most of ...
... that was. We could hardly walk afterwards and were glad we learned so much about the classic Balinese dishes such as sate.
Later, we went to a traditional Balinese dance called the Kecak Fire and Trance Dance. I saw it here in 1996 and have fond memories of that show. We weren't disappointed. It was great quality acting and performing. And while waiting for the show to begin, we made fast friends with a couple from Santa Rosa, CA ...