Dec 062011
 

Today the alarm went off at 5:30 am, it was early but we wanted to catch the sunrise over Lombok and Gili Air from our beach at Meno. The show started around 5:45 am. It was a really amazing sunrise and once again the pictures can’t capture the beauty of it all.

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It was nice to have such a nice and early start, no stressing just packing, going down to the pool, have breakfast and chill until we got picked up by our boat to Trawangan. Uni paid us one last visit and we had one last pineapple 🙂

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Martine and Kees waved us off from the beach as they had one more day in paradise before we will meet up in Sanur again on our last day on Bali.

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Silke and Torben had arranged to hitch a ride with our boat and it was very nice to be able to hang out a little more and talk before their adventure will take them to Munduk 🙂

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We had a different boat back to Bali via Lombok which was much nicer and maybe a little faster but most important less bumpy!

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After half an hour drive by car we got dropped off at our hotel, Peneeda View. This time we did not get so very lucky with the room, it was ok but not much more. To be honest, since it’s our last days here and we will just stroll around town looking for some souvenirs, eat some good meals and enjoy the pool a little our rooms doesn’t matter so much 🙂

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We got greeted very nicely with flowers around our necks and a welcome drink at the beach restaurant.

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After some well needed and very good lunch at the hotel we headed downtown for some scouting for souvenirs. We started off at Hardy’s, a big outlet store with nice fixed prices. In earnest, we are sick and tired of all the hassling from everyone to buy things.

We went for dinner to Massimo, a genuine Italian restaurant recommended by our guide book. It was the most crowded restaurant we had seen so far on Bali and it was definitely worth trying. We agreed that it was one of the best Italian restaurants we have both ever tried. Greet tried a ravioli and Fredde a risotto, it was both mmm – yummy 😀 and then some ice creams for desert: oh my god!

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  One Response to “Sanur”

  1. Hej igen reseskildrare!
    Vi har ånyo varit med om några av era spännande resdagar.
    Väldigt intressant. Det måste också vara roligt att träffa nya bekantskaper.
    Men när vi ser all “besynnerlig” mat ni stoppar i er,
    så ställer vi oss ändå lite undrande.
    Har “dundermagarna” acklimatiserat sig?
    Skämt åsido, det ser i alla fall väldigt frestande ut.
    Nu är det snart hemfärd. Vi har saknat er och önskar
    att vi ses snart. Hjärtligt välkomna hem till “gamla Svedala”.
    Remus undrar säkert också när de omtalade “matte” och “husse” dyker upp.
    Kramar
    Mamma och Pappa

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