The Gangsa Private Villa by Kayumanis
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We decided to go to Sanur for our last 4 days since it's a mellow side of Bali. It's called "Snore" by the guidebook since there are a lot of Australian Expats here. And the tourist crowd is more families and older couples like us. We're fine with that.
We found a very comfy bungalow with great AC and even better WiFi, a great pool, and lovely garden. We haven't really done anything except ...
... 2014, my car was stolen in New Orleans. Oh boy, I can't wait for April 21, 2016.
But then again, my car was recovered, my insurance company paid to transport it back to me, gave me $4,000 since it was damaged, and I still have a drivable car, albeit with a few more dinks. That $4,000 paid for one of our Round The World tickets. And we didn't skip any meals while dealing with the money issues. So maybe April 21 is our lucky day? It's all a matter of perspective.
... island on Monday. In the meantime I'm just going to relax by the beach and explore the area.
Oh, and just to mention, it is hot here. I mean really hot, sweltering hot. I know we are south of the equator and its summer, but I didn't expect this. Must use lots of sun screen and drink lots of water or beer. Nighttime its pretty pleasant though. Walking along the main street at night you hear lots ...
... immigration, hit the ATM for money, it was late and we were exhausted…but, we weren’t done yet. Now comes the barrage of taxi drivers wanting to take you to Kuta and the negotiating began. Since it was late, they figured they could get top dollar… we heard all kinds of ridiculous prices…finally got a fellow to agree to a decent price and he took us to our hotel.
We had booked a place online ...
... There must have been 50 plus kites on the air at a time. It was quite a site and we felt lucky to stumple upon it. Unfortunately, we didn't have a camera so no pictures to show how cool it was.
It was a pretty low key week as Heather was still getting over the lingering effects of dengue and we were just looking to chill out on the beach for a bit. Sanur was the perfect place for that.