I got up today and eventually made it out of my room to wander around and find a decent place to eat lunch. I ended up at a bar along one of the alleyways where I was able to watch a replay of yesterday’s Hungarian Grand Prix; I stayed for all seventy laps to watch Daniel Ricciardo win the race with Fernando Alonso taking second and Lewis Hamilton taking third. During the race I had a few beers, pizza, and fish and chips. After finishing my last beer once the race was completed, I walked to Kuta Beach and then headed north to Legian Beach. After taking in enough of the sea breeze and sun, I headed back to the hostel, being sure to grab a bottle of wine along the way. I made it back to my room where I opened the bottle of Hatten Wines dry red wine, which is made from the Alphonse Lavallée grapes grown on the north coast of Bali; the wine itself was light and fruity with hints of cherry, berries, and oak; it had a bitter after taste, but was quite drinkable – though I prefer their dry white wine that I had a couple of days ago. I then entered in to a wonderful wine coma . . . it was bliss.