We extended our stay in north Bali by a week and were lucky to find a very pleasant 5 room inn in the village of Kalibukbuk off of Jalan Damai which is the road that goes up to the site of our future home. The inn is called Sari House and is officially known as Pondok Wisata Sari House
. Pondok being "inn" and Wisata "tourist" and Sari "beautiful". It is all of those. Sari House is owned and operated by a delightful Balinese woman, Ketut.
Ketut looks after her guests very well, cooking excellent vegetable omelettes for breakfast, or whatever you want. I asked her if she likes to cook and the answer was a resounding "yes", so she offered to cook dinner for us each night. I immediately accepted and subsequently enjoyed six delicious dinners. Susan did not have to cook and I did not have to wash up afterwards.
|Ketut and me, Dana|
About 30 meters from Sari House is Buda Bakery of Lovina Beach. Here one can obtain excellent loafs of white or whole wheat bread, croissants, naan and sweets like cheese cake and apple crisps AND superb ice cream in flavors like ginger, lemongrass and coconut.
Meals are served upstairs in an open dining room that faces Kayuputih. We have had some excellent lunches with great sandwiches, soups, pork ribs and desserts. The owner was previously the chef for The Damai, a five star resort and restaurant only 2 kilometers away and clearly knows his business.
|Our Bungalow at Sari House|
|Four guest rooms at Sari House|
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