The Gangsa Private Villa by Kayumanis
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... habit of getting her 'lefts' and 'rights' mixed up, which isn't ideal when she is supposed to be reading the map. I like to remind her that she is 26 years old in June and she should have worked that out by now... anyway we live to tell the tale. With the south of Bali well and truly explored, we turned our attention to the central and eastern coastline. Places I stayed or visited Seminyak - Favehotel Umalas Jimbaran (Bukit) - MaxOne Hotel Nusa Dua - Pondok Agugn ...
... and biked around Sanur. On the second day I did a diving refresh as it had been 6 or so years since I dove last. Sanur is a nice beach with white sand and blue sky that goes on for miles. Sadly, white man hotels have raped the beach, so four and five story buildings and expensive restaurants are what really goes on for miles. The nice thing about expensive hotels was the sidewalks that were built so you can ...
........for my grandchildren - Ted, Ellen, Kaylee, Charlotte, Jessica and Stanley.
So mums and dads and any other adults have to close their ears and shut their eyes again! No peeking!!
I've managed to get the computer from nanny so I thought it would be a good time to update you on how we're really getting on during our journey.
I'm sure that you've read the previous blog postings and know that ...
... travelling as we shop each day :)
So we shower and saunter over to breakfast and for the first time, it's not raining.
We give the staff little organizer bags with lip balm in and for the males, a pen.
Just a little thank you for Christmas.
I catch sight of them squealing with delight and applying as I walk past the kitchen.
Such small gestures mean so much to them.
We then wander up to ...
... hot on the beach so we go snorkelling out over the reef. It's very rocky not far out, and not very deep. It's now high tide but we have to swim a long way out to clear the reef. A lot of the reef has been destroyed here but it does appear to be regrowing, there are loads of fish though to see though. We see small moray eels, puffer fish, angel and parrot fish, it's quite good. Back on the beach we join Mike and Helen and have a couple of beers for ...