one week is over now since my boyfriend got here. We are having a great time together. Every single day is a new day full of exciting adventures and interesting sightseeing. Early in the morning today we went to the south of Bali, Nusa Dua. We went to Tanjung Benoa Beach, which is particularly for water sports activities. You can either go to the turtle islands or do parasailing or for who likes to step on the gas, drive a jet ski and a lot of other stuff. Me and my boyfriend decided to do parasailing. We paid 6€ which is about 100000 rupiah and had a lot of fun, you feel like a bird and its really nice to look around from such a high position. Afterwards we went to a public beach which was located right by all the beautiful and huge hotels down there. We were more or less alone but just stayed there for two hours. Then we drove back over the long bridge, which is connected with Nusa Dua, Denpasar and Ngurah Rai. It is a very nice way over the sea and even shorter than the normal way through the mainland. You pay 4000 rupiah for the toll charge but it is definitely worth it.
Then we went to the green-bowl beach, which is not far away from our university. It was a little, mysterious and lonely beach. With soft sand and baby-blue water. The sea was a little bit wild and so my boyfriend decided to go swim and see how dangerous the current actually is. But when he turn around to look after me a very big wave already had caught me. There was nobody at the beach before but right when this happened- I even lost my bikini top- there were a few Indonesian guys watching me and laughing at me or probably about me :D…
In the evening my boyfriend and I went to Sushi Tai for dinner. It is located at the Sunset road before the big shopping centre Carrefour. It is the best place to eat Sushi. I have never eaten such a good sushi in such an nice and modern atmosphere, for this price and this delicious. What I also really liked about this place was : every time a guest came in all waitresses and cooks greeted the new guest by saying something in Indonesian like “you are welcome”. So friendly! And you feel special because you get that attention and you know that they care about you. I can just really recommend that place for sushi-lovers and also if maybe one of your friends doesn’t eat sushi they also have chicken on the menu.
Sorry for the late post but me and my roommates had to kill our house-rat “Rinki”.
Rest in Peace Rinki.