Travelling around Australia in a motorhome. A story of our travels starting from NSW then through Queensland, across to Northern Territory and Western Australia, then to South Australia, Victoria and finally across the seas to Tasmania. We have enjoyed everywhere we have visited and look forward to setting off again in our motorhome.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Sanur 11 – 16 September 2010

Said goodbye to the wonderful staff at Agung Kahila and set off for Sanur and the Sanur Beach Villa. The villa was a bit run down but everything was working and it had A/C so we were glad to settle in for a swim. We meet Ron (an ex Aussie) who owned the place and gave us some local drum. Even though the weather was quite hot, we decided to go for a walk along the beach and look at the sights. At first glance, the beach is not as nice as Jimbaran and quite a lot dirtier. Peter got up early the next morning to catch the sunrise over the water, which was very scenic. After a refreshing swim, we wandered up to the local markets and the girls took part in their favourite sport – shopping! Laura was going that night, so we settled for a quiet evening around the pool, catching up with the other guests. On Monday morning, we went up to the north of Sanur Beach and had a relaxing time on the beach – seems a nicer area than the southern part. As it was very hot, we headed back to our villa for a refreshing swim in the pool.
Wednesday morning we got up early and decided on a smorgasbord breakfast on the beach with lots of the ‘wrong’ food we had been craving! Had some bad news from home – Nell had fallen and broken her hip. She had been taken to Wollongong Hospital and Michael and Sandra were looking after her. We were heading off that night so did a last minute round of bargaining for trinkets and back to the villa for another swim. That evening we walked up the road and had a drink in one of the fancy hotels and a meal in a local café. Said goodbye to Katie, Carl and Xavier and headed for the airport and a very straightforward trip to Brisbane.


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