|Sunset in Kuta Beach, Bali|
|Nice door carving|
|Moment of happiness|
The accommodation rate was Malaysian Ringgit (RM) 130 per night with breakfast for a King Size Bedroom. It was basic but clean and comfortable. What I liked most was the wood carving of the bedroom door and windows. Simply Bali to the core. You get these feelings of tranquillity and restful by just looking at your surroundings. Unfortunately in my haste to spring-clean the phone memory, I have unintentionally deleted most photos. Huhuhu...
Muslim travellers who are concern about halal food can find a few Jawa Muslim Restaurant Operators around the area of Legian Street to Kuta Beach. I can remember all the nooks and corners by now because I walked these streets a lot of times on my trips to Bali. I would say that Malaysians love to eat. In our ranking of 10, I would give bali only a 5. This is because, the food is expensive and little in portion. Unsatisfying for Malaysian taste unless you are willing to buy double. We love to splurge ourselves with abundance of food. Ooppss.
That's all about Bali, folks, I am playing catching up here before writing about the Himalayas dream. Ahh... that has to wait.