Last night at Nusa Dua

The end of this trip starts closing in and we checked out from out hotel complex in Sanur for spending the last night at a new hotel, this time in Nusa Dua. Lonely Planet describes Nusa Dua as “a gated compound of resort hotels. Its a vast and manicured place where you leave the chaos of the rest of the island behind as soon as you passed the guards”. I didn’t saw any guards but I agree it sounds like a correct description. The area is just south of the airport seems to consist of one hotel complex after another but the beaches are open for public at least which is nice.

You can tell that this is a gated community for tourists by the rices. The living cost is kind a cheap, at least for us who booked the same day as we were checking in however food and drinks are at least five times as high compared to Ubud and I don’t even dare to compare with the prices in Munduk.

I think we both feel that we have now done Bali and both yesterday and today has been spent on the beach or close to the pool with their bars and restaurants, now just because we are like the average joe tourist and close to the resort doesn’t mean we are free from surprises, like today during lunch we saw a bunch of squirrels jumping between the trees and around the tables. Most unnecessary knowledge of the day is that squirrel likes french fries .

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