We wanted to experience a local festival, and as we saw signs for the Sanur Festival. I thought it would be awesome to go. Our lovely driver suggested that it could be done on one of the days he took us out so we wouldn’t have to worry about transport.
So much good, affordable food was on offer.
We arrived, and the car park was heaving. So our driver stopped us off, and we headed in. The was no entrance fee, which I’m glad off because to be honest there wasn’t much there. We were expecting a more of a local festival but what we found was a very western style food festival. Nothing wrong with that, I bet you’re thinking but seeing as we had already eaten, the fresh, unique food stands were lost on us. We took a walk around, and it started to become clear all the action had been missed. The stage was empty, and the stalls were selling certain things off cheaply. As it was baking hot and we were in the middle of a field, I decided to indulge and bought a mango fruit lolly. It was yum, and I was pleased with my purchase.
I think we just missed the mark with this one. Oh well.