Bali, day 4: how do you feel about lunchtime margaritas?

I’ve fallen behind! How unsurprising. On Wednesday we took a hideously long taxi ride to a mall in Kuta to go shopping. We took a suspiciously long route in a non air conditioned cab #firstworldproblems

After showering back at the hotel we went to Sea Circus for lunch.

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We went last year and loved it.

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Kicked things off with a pitcher of maragaritas, consumed from jars. I love the word ‘pitcher’. Far superior to ‘jug’.

Pitcher.

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Jars, chevron striped tables… Sea Circus is a Pinterest dream

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Chips, salsa and guac

I had prawn, pork and battered fish tacos. I’m salivating at the thought of the prawn one.

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Yessss

Some ice creams to wash things down.

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Mango

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Pistachio and me. Sans war paint ugh

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Just after the above photo, Bec stubbed her toe on a random concrete brick and it has since gone black and blue and swollen. Just more evidence that I didn’t break my toes the other night (because they are neither black nor swollen)… Through teary eyesΒ I did try to convince everyone they were though, including the hotel receptionist. Awkward.

That evening Little Mac (our friend and former housemate Elly’sΒ sister, Annie) arrived from Perth. The four of us then went to dinner at Petitenget ahead of Elly aka Big Mac’s arrival from Darwin later that night.

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Mojito

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Claire, Annie, Bec and I

We drove past Petitenget a million times last year but ran out of time to try it.

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‘Beef bites’

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Peking duck salad

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Seafood platter

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Farm veggies and goat’s cheese

It was good, but no Sea Circus.

No underwater photos in this post! Who even am I?

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2 Responses to Bali, day 4: how do you feel about lunchtime margaritas?

  1. Patrick Caruana says:

    Bec you and your friends have a great eye for photography. The photo at the start of the blog of the coloured louvers is fantastic and the stark photo of the clear drink with the slice of lime in it is a stand out. It has that It factor. Don’t know what but it just does.

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