From Gili, I went back to Uluwatu 🙂 because it was Sunday and I wanted to go back to Singlefin and my land transport was included in the ticket price, so why not?
The next day I went back to the island hotel to stay in the hostel. I met 3 Americans, Sanda, a South African, and German and a Brit. The group was rad. We all went to Canggu and most of us stayed with Sanda’s American friends who rented a villa with a really nice pool. We all went to Deus for dinner. This is a cool place where they have motorbikes, clothing and surfboards, oh and a half pipe for skating. My brother would love it here.
Asanda had Two American friends, Daphne and Marcus, that were meeting her in Canggu which is in North Kuta and it is the fastest growing city with black sand beaches. A bunch of us went to stay with them in the Naree Villas. These Villas were awesome! There was a long pool right off the bottom porch. The girls and I went for a spa day then we all went out in Kuta to Eikon.
Why not go back to Uluwatu for about a week? The waves were huge and my Brazilian friends were there. Artur went surfing while I laid out and we stayed for the sunset.
Of course I went back to the Island in Legian. I can’t get enough of that place. The next day I stayed with Chase, Henry and Ali at their Villa in Canggu. I got the maid’s quarters which were not too shabby!
We did a 300 km scooter ride from Canggu to the Gitgit waterfall, which is north and almost on the other side of Bali. It was a beautiful ride with views of lush green rice fields.
On the way there we stopped at a strawberry patch where a man had the cutest pet monkey I named Mufasa.
We had a guide take us to the three waterfalls. Check out the huge web spider we saw on the way to the first waterfall it is way larger than the one I saw in Phong Na Ke, Vietnam.
We all jumped into the twin waterfall. It was so refreshing. Then we all swung on a Tarzan rope.
On the journey back we stopped off at the lake to mess around with the monkeys that were on the side of the road. These monkeys were definitely a lot different from the ones in Ubud and Uluwatu. They behaved themselves by keeping their distance and I didn’t see one try to steal any flip flops. (Haha Megs)
Rain was whipping us in the face on the way home.
We went to Echo Beach and watched the dogs (stray and owned) run and play. Next thing I know, Chase is talking to a lady about a stray dog she needs to find a home. Boom. Chase adopted Gypsy,
cutest little pup.
From Canggu, I headed to Kuta to get some warmer clothes for Australia. Then headed back to the Island Hotel to return my scooter and shower.
My next move is to catch a flight to Cairns for some more sunshine and possibly some diving.