We were quite tired from our full day of travelling, so today we got up and spent the day at Sunday’s Beach Club. You pay 450k (about £23) entrance fee and you get a huge towel and 250k credit on the food and drink there, so you can basically get one smoothie and a salad for lunch included in the price which is pretty good! It was not as busy as we thought it might be but I guess it’s because we are here in low season
It is a private beach so there are no beach sellers harassing you and the staff are all so lovely. We were lucky enough to get a bean bag with an umbrella and the waiters come and take your orders.
We had a cashew and raw cocoa and a tropical smoothie which were amazing and for lunch we had a chilled white cut chicken salad with coconut, coriander, peanuts, lime, pomelo and seaweed oil. It came in a big bowl with chopsticks.
Included in the price is snorkelling, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding which I did as I absolutely love it – I learnt this when I worked in Mallorca for 6 months.
It was such a luxurious day and it didn’t cost a bomb either which was great. Would definitely go back again and would recommend it to anyone going to Uluwatu!
We got a taxi from Sunday’s to straight to Single Fin to watch the sunset on Suluban Beach. There were still people surfing and the sunset was incredible. We were right on the cliff top and so we had the best view. There was a fight between an English guy and one of the Single Fin bouncers which escalated very quickly and the bouncer grabbed him by the neck. After attempting to haggle with the taxi drivers about the price to go home (none of them would bargain) we fell into bed exhausted!