Today we departed Sanur and headed south towards the Bali Marine Safari Park where we spent the next 4hours enjoying nature at its best. The ladies enjoyed a Baliese Dance lesson, and within a short time they had the steps and the expressions down to a fine art. In the evening we celebrated Robyn’s birthday at one of the many beach restaurants, ending our meal with a yummy tiramuse chocolate cake.
Today we are heading south towards Sukawati on the way we will visit the Bali Marine Safari Park, the village of Celuk which is dedicated to silver and gold craftmanship and lies just 3 hlms form Batabulan.. Heading north fro Batabulan we will arrive at Sayan Terrace, a beautiful area on the banks of the Ayung River. Bali’s longest river, the Ayung starts n the Penulisan hills and ends at the cost of Sanur Beach. The Ayung valley where our resort is situated is very picturesque, surrounded by green hills, jungle and rice terraces that dot the landscape. Up at 7 am for an early morning Aqua class with our own personal fitness insturctor and tour leader. What a great start to a wonderful day, next a visit to the Sukawati local market and finished with afternoon spa treatments. Next destination tomorrow is Ubud but before we arrrive in Ubud we will visit some temples, coffee plantation, and a 3 hour bike ride through local villages ending the day at our guides compound for lunch and instruction on the musical instrument the Gamelan a variety of traditional Balinese musical instruments made up of flutes,gongs,bamboo,bowed and plucked strings. We are all looking forward to our next days adventure. with Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel.
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