Another lovely dinner last night at believe it or not a Greek restaurant. ‘Slippery Stone’
This doesn’t suggest Greek but it was like being in Greece. And the food was good. The kids tucked in and so did we.
Then the fire show started. It was a little like the show I saw in Vanuatu last week. But just 2 lovely locals standing in ankle deep water.
This morning we walked from the hotel along Jalan Katu Aya past some of the big resorts and also some of the lovely homeware shops. There are some very smart shops here.
We arrived at the markets which compared to some markets I’ve been to were clean, friendly with individual little shops.
We browsed and chatted to the shop owners and bargained. The Balinese are really sweet lovey people. No mean words if you don’t buy anything. No shouting ‘looky looky come here lady’
We moved onto Seminyak square and had a cool drink in the Seminyak Bakery. A cool respite in the heat.
It’s not as hot as I thought it would be. Perhaps living through our Brisbane summers has hardened me!
We returned to our little oasis in Peppers for a swim and a Vietnamese salad from a little street food place named Street Boi – near our villa.
Once again a lazy afternoon by the pool until Clare suggested a session in the gym. There’s a good gym at the resort that Clare has been visiting each day. I did my 10km on the bus me and s few yoga stretches and felt better.
Now it is watching State of Origin in a bar near the resort. It’s dominated by Blues supporters and every time it gets exciting the TV freezes. It’s funny to watch the reactions of the crowd.
The drinks are flowing. The crowds are cheering. The Blues are winning. The locals are laughing. They prefer the soccer World Cup.
Now off for dinner at Sarong. This is an Indian fusion restaurant.
The decor of the place is dark, moody and sophisticated. The food delivers a punch.
We certainly are eating well here.
We walked back past the restaurants and bars, avoided the scooters and motorcycles and made it back to the villa by 10.30. A late night!
So we have been to:
If you have a favourite restaurant in Bali please send it’s name in the comments at the end of the blog.
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