Going to Bali in November
Well... it's not really sharing any Cultural Guidance, but more the request for some Guidance.
I'll be travelling to Bali in November, from 19 to 26.
And am staying in Sanur.
I am interested in seeing some cultural events, if possible, and to discover a bit from the island and it's culture.
If anyone can help me, I'll be obliged.
Fresh & Faboulous Food
Like most Sanur restaurants it's not much to look at from the road. Most days we walked past there were people inside dining. An Aussie guy who visits Bali twice a year was staying at our apartments in Sanur & he recommended Star Cafe along with a couple of other places we had never tried. It was a great recommendation. Good service but not too much fuss. Plenty of fans to keep the heat down. Both times we dined there was for lunch so I can't say how busy they are in the evening but I imagine they would be popular. We ate twice at Star Cafe & once at their sister restaurant Bistro 95 . All the meals we ate were great. Meals included:
Chicken Pie 65,000rp ($7.75) Roast chicken Half a chook 59,000rp ($7), Fish N chips 59,000rp
Spring rolls to start 22,000rp ($2.60) Lge Bintang 25,000rp ($3), Iced Bali Coffee (black) 16,000rp
Seafood Platter 95,000rp ($11.30), Spag Bol , 49,000rp ($5.85) soft drinks were 12,000rp ($1.45)
A Sanur Morning Walk In Pictures
"A GREAT TIME OF DAY IN SANUR"
ON HOLIDAY I CAN NEVER SLEEP IN NO MATTER HOW HARD TRY. INSTEAD OF STAYING IN BED WITH A GOOD BOOK I LOVE TO GET OUT EARLY AND WALK. NO JOGGING FOR ME ALTHOUGH PLENTY OF PEOPLE PASS ME ON THEIR FITNESS REGIME. I FIND THAT A WALK ALONG THE SEAFRONT IN SANUR IS THE BEST WAY TO START THE DAY. THE EARLIER THAT YOU CAN MAKE IT THE BETTER . IT IS COOLER AND IF THERE IS CLOUD AROUND IT MAKES FOR GREAT SUNRISE PICTURES.