Sanur is now a beautiful, tourist-friendly beach, much as we remember it from our first trip some 20+ years ago. All of the grotty little shops on the seaward side of the pathway are gone, moved back onto the other side and greatly cleaned up in the process.
The beach itself has re-generated due to the influence of the rock groynes that have been built out from the beach, defying my early predictions of disaster I'm glad to say. The sand is cleaned and raked each morning in front of most of the shops and it seems a wanton act of destruction to leave the first trail of footprints across the pristine surface.
The beach is now even better than those at Nusa Dua.
A jukung with a sail is a rare but still pleasing sight.
Beautiful shop assistant in the Sindhu Beach markets.
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