Taxis in Bali

It's easy to catch a taxi, official or otherwise, in Sanur, although usually pointless: It's a small town and you can walk around pretty easily; on the other hand, when it's a longer walk, the taxi won't be much more than a dollar or two.

One advantage of taking a taxi is that once you are already inside the taxi, you don't have to listen to other drivers wanting to take you places: "Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport? Transport?"

You'll hear it roughly every 30 seconds while walking in Sanur, Bali.

If it's not that, it's a driver slowing and honking his horn, on the incredibly off chance that you're struggling to find a taxi, which is even more unlikely considering that you're probably walking straight ahead, maybe head down, not even remotely on the hunt for transport.

So if you learn one word (two words?) while in Indonesia: it's jalan jalan.

Jalan, or a similar form, means many things in Indonesian (e.g. street, travel, walking). I think, but am not positive, that jalan jalan means walking, but either way it works in response to, Transport?