Gazing sights of Lazy morning - Bali Trip 2
There is a Standard Charted bank promotion happening near the food court lobby in my office. A polite harassment, I think. How can I forgo someone greeting with smiley face and extended arm? Every time I walk the lobby, I need to explain to sales man (there are many) that I am no Permanent resident here and leaving Singapore next month (both doesn’t qualify me for the card).
On our Buffet table, Mata Hari bunglow BaliContrary to this, my health insurance agent (Mayfair) took me for a spin over an unsettled claim. Fighting for it literally gave me a nervous break down. I know I am right but this morning after his mega serial lame excuses, I just gave up. I sent him just three words “God bless you”.
View from the roomLast Saturday found me waking up to this view in Bali, after a tiresome flight and late night food expedition. We had a continental breakfast -a buffet that overlooked the pool. Then we took a pre booked cab and asked the driver to take us around. Ideally this is not me; I plan and tell where exactly I would like to go. But this time I decided to sit back and relax in the company of my friends.
The small lotus pond was such a beauty to watch
All through the road we noticed several temples, and innumerable shops that sold sculptures from peanut to life size or even bigger. Bali is brand by itself for its art and beautiful temples.
The huge coconut was nicely cut and came with a piece of lime.I told the driver not to take us to anymore beach in the hot sun. Then he took us to the Batik Art center, which was just ok.
Thats just a pose, the lady who was doing, promptly removed a thread so it doesnot weave.After a small shopping and photo spree, it was already time for lunch.
Looks familiar isnt? :)
Eating by the rice field, just like good oldddd days
To top it all they had vegetarian meals! 1 USD is 9,470 Indonesian Rupiahs
I took the karala (derived from kerala?) special which had curry, rice and had a cocktail of banana, papaya and pineapple.