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Last full day in Sanur

The end is near

overcast 31 °C

Had a good sleep again. Awoke to our final full day in Sanur. Went for breakfeast at the Glass House which may have been the best breakfeast we have had. They made perfect toast. Just the right amount of toasting. Never thought we would get this excited about toast. Want to get a few things before leaving so we are going to head out and see what the day brings.
Another sticky day. This seems to last until 3ish then it cools down. Visited a few stores made a few purchases. Nothing to elaborate. Stopped at a warung for some cool drinks. Jen got a juice and i got a lasse, a yogurt based fruit juice. Very nice and refreshing. We leave tomorrow so we sorted a driver to pick us up and take us to the airport. Our flight is not until 9.15pm. We are going to stay at a hotel next to the airport for the afternoon and evening until out flight is due. The Tamukami we have been staying at is ok. The hotels which have stuck with us as great are the ones who have a personal touch or go that extra yard to make your stay special. The Gajah Biru had that, this hotel does not. Not somewhere i would recommend to anyone if going to Sanur. We hope to come back so next something right on the beach will be the go.
Jen had a craving for Japanese so went to the place we visited before. The salmon and tuna sashimi melts in your mouth. I had Raman noodles with goyza which was very tasty, however, it caused me to break out into a sweat. Hot noodles in hot weather will cause you to sweat profusely. Mental note.
Back to hotel for swim and relax. Will need to get our stuff packed at some stage. I came over here with a few shirts, shorts and undies yet i seem to have the same stuff most days. Not sure if i am stinking. Jen says i am ok so i will run with that.
Per usual i get pekish. Jen is not hungry so i head off to food markets to get some take away. Love this place. Feel as ease walking among the stalls. I know what i want. Nasi Campur and a serving of sate chicken sticks. Hell yeah! Also got some desert. Indonesian pastries. I got some donut balls with chocolate inside and some coconut flavored pastries. All these have icing sugar on them. These are the bomb. This feast cost $5. What a bargain. Got back to hotel and spread out my feast on the table. Had no utensils so i am going local and eating with my hands. I was in heaven. Jen sat back and watched me.
Very full after that meal. Time to relax and watch some footy on tv. Roosters v rabbits.
Great last day in Sanur.

Posted by andrewjenny 03:55 Archived in Indonesia

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It seems sad that you're leaving as it sounds like you had a great time over there. I feel family and friends will be relieved when you're home though only due to the quake/tsunami risk. Safe trip home guys chat soon. Bea

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