Bali (day 4) - Uluwatu

I want to apologize to my readers and friends. I utterly forgot about Bali trip post which I didn't finish writing! I had no idea what was the reason of stopping despite the fact that I continued to post others but not about Bali.

So here today(13th November 2011) I got 1 hour to write this, hopefully you guys can catch up a bit with my story. I will make this post date to where it supposed to be in my blog calendar so that you guys can follow each. 
Unfortunately I can't remember every single detail about day 4 and last day of the trip, but with photos I roughly knew what were we doing on that last 2 days. :)

Let the photos do the talking, shall we? 

In this particular we didn't do much. After all, Bali is about relaxing. We woke up late and walked around area outside Club Med. Then there were few drivers outside Club Med waiting for customers I guess, we 'hired' one of the driver to take us to Uluwatu. It would be ashamed if we didn't go to Uluwatu in this Bali trip. People saying if you go Bali, Uluwatu is a MUST see destination! So we went in the afternoon and see sunset in Uluwatu!


 Before breakfast buffet...my tummy was small by then. kekeke

Following photos were taken outside Club Med: 

 SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL, SPEAK NO EVIL

 This is the big roundabout after you enter the Nusa Dua security gate 


 Nusa Dua Beach Resort and Spa entrance

 Inside the Nusa Dua Beach Resort and Spa

  Inside the Nusa Dua Beach Resort and Spa

  Inside the Nusa Dua Beach Resort and Spa


  Inside the Nusa Dua Beach Resort and Spa

After a long walk from outside club med to Nusa Dua Beach Resort and Spa, went through look see look see and walked the coastline from there to Clud Med beach. Back to lounge and had my free mocktail :)

The following photos were taken in Uluwatu! 
 Nice cliff, kan? 

 Of course, to get into Uluwatu temple area, you have to wear that! 




 You have to be VERY careful because monkeys there were trained to be thief and then they steal your camera, sunglasses, wallet, even hair clip. The local men there by then will ask for pay to catch the bad monkey for you to return your belongings. Funny huh? 


 I was right there when this local gentleman dressed in local culture costume, holding his little girl, looking at the sunset. Too bad didn't capture his little girl but I was satisfied with this photo shot.

 breath-taking view...

 That monkey was holding a girl hair clip. Hahaha



We didn't managed to see the Kecak dance because it was expensive and I said no. Hehehe. However I forgot how much it was by then. 
So that's our day 4 in Bali :D
Hope you enjoy!

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