Living within a resort complex protects you from the big noisy outside world. Each time we leave Peppers Resort the senses are assaulted!
Last night we walked to the beach area. Up and down the broken foot paths, dodging motor bikes and scooters , waving a ‘No’ to taxi drivers, admiring the little altars set up along the paths and greeting the smiling Balinese people as we walked. They don’t harass you to ‘come in and look look’ like in China!
We had a really lovely early dinner with the children who were well looked after by the wait staff at La Lucciola.
It’s by the beach in a very pretty setting- if you avoided the smells from the creek we crossed arriving at the restaurant.
The cocktails were great and the food delicious.
After dinner Sam took the children back to the villa and Clare, her mother in law Denise, my sister Catherine and I continued around the streets to watch and explore and do a little shopping.
I had forgotten my hat! So I bought a new one quickly at the markets in the afternoon.
We found a lovely dress shop called Misty. The girl in the shop knew she’d would have a good sale when we all walked in! We all had a little try on and I bought two new dresses and Catherine one . Perfect for Brisbane’s sunny weather.
We continued walking – up and down avoiding the holes and broken concrete and made our way back to our villa.
This morning another lovely breakfast to celebrate Denise’s birthday. The charming staff came out with a little cake with a self lighting candle that just couldn’t blow out. The kids loved it!
We checked out the Spa next door planning our massages and facials and Catherine and I decided to walk back to the beach to check out the beach scene in the day light.
Just a little disappointed- the sand is a black colour and the surf a little rough. But we had a walk as the clouds gathered.
The entrance to the beach was impressive as was the lifesaving tower!
There were boats and deck chairs but it was probably too early for most people as the beach seemed quiet. Perhaps everyone sits by their resort pool?
We stopped by a modern looking cafe run by a German man. If you’re looking for some fresh, clean, healthy food this place would suit. Check out Clean Canteen on Petitenget. Delicious salads.
We walked along the quieter lane leading back to our resort. There are some great looking places to stay here away from the crowds.
So our afternoons are spent on deck chairs by the pool. It’s a lovely way to relax.
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