Day 2: WIBI-Sana, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Uluwatu
After a lazy breakfast, we started out with Komang who showed around most of Bali. He led us to Wibi-sana where one can do all the water sports we see in Goa at Candolim or Baga. The weather was pretty and their charges reasonable, so we did parasailing, Jet-Ski and few other sports in the amazing breeze. Many people were also surfing a little further into the sea.
ULUWATU TEMPLE: A beautiful Cliffside temple which is spread out on a large area. It had some points with a spectacular view of the ocean crashing against the hillside. Partly reminds of the Fort Aguada, but is much better.
Jimabaran and Nusa Dua has some high end Villas and resorts. The area is less crowded compared to Kuta and the beaches are cleaner and better.
CATCH THE SUNSET! The sunset is great to catch on this side, just hit any of the sea side café’s in Jimbaran or Nusa Dua for a great view. Unless the clouds play spoilsport and hide Arka (yes, the names popular here too) !
We stopped at the Jimbaran Beach Club - decent ambience with lazy bean bags around. The beach was nice to chill atthe sunset.