post continued from: Almost Becoming Nak Bali #1

Food selections in Bali are diverse from Balinese foods and other Indonesian foods to International cuisine. I had lunch with my friend Erwin who had internship in the same company. We sat in the place called Pujasera. Pujasera is kind of food canteen. Food are ranging from Bakso, Ayam Panggang, and seafoods. He was happy to see local newspaper. :D
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Apparently, every last Friday of the month, there is a happy hour program held by the company. We had a blast weekend on our first week in Bali. Delicious Cupcakes, Beer Bintang (should try while you in Bali, Indonesian Beer), and Soft Drinks are owned.
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In Happy Hour, staffs were encouraged to participated in singing together. We, internee, had to sing, since we were told to do so. :D
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Dreamland Beach So, my first weekend was spent with a tour to South Bali and I choosed Pantai Dreamland (Dreamland Beach). I was told about gold sand beach around Pecatu Indah Resort area. So, I drove my rented motorbike to the south and found a neighborhood housing complex called Griya Alam Pecatu which is the main entrance to the beach. As we enter the complex, we soon could see the world's horizon which divided by variation of the blue of the ocean and the blue of the sky. The beach is a public one. Unfortunately, I didn't like full beach, this was the condition when I arrived.
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So, I went to much less crowded area.
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and plays with the wave. I should wear shorts instead of jeans! Wrong costume.
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Children liked to plays with the wave and people started to left when we approached the sunset time. So, I stayed and waited for awhile. No need for urgency to leave :D. Then, it came the golden time when the sky painted itself
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Felt great! Perfect weather! Bad camera (4MPs for 2009)! As you might see, the wave was great to enjoy even for surfer (can you notice him?).
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Amazingly, people was started to "disappear". I could enjoy the sea breeze peacefully.
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So, here it was the sunset at Pantai Dreamland! Was I dreaming?
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(continue to Almost Becoming Nak Bali #3)