We slept at Putri Duyung where the cottages are really authentic. You'd think they're ancient because they haven't changed in more than 10 years, but they're actually well maintained. It's a bit expensive but compared to paying a return flight to Bali, this place is worth the money.
This is a cottage that looks like a boat... I wanna sleep here next time :)
It was good to be by the sea, bicycling, playing in the sand and watching the dolphin show.
Last day there, the mandatory visit to the Art Market (or Pasar Seni) where Amal got his silhouette portrait done.
P.S: Thank you Sandri & Didit for inviting me and the kid ;p