I am back with my second part of my Bali Diary! Yaaassss :))) Going through all these photos makes me want to go back there right now. Bali is an amazing place and I seriously can’t wait to go back and explore more of its beauty! These photos don’t do it justice…not even an attempt that’s close enough. I need to go back to Bali. It stole my heart, took my breath away. I fell in love with it and I don’t even know how it happened. I am forever grateful.
Anyway so in this part, I’ve put photos from the magical Tanah Lot Temple and from Seminyak. I’ve inserted links to both places, if you want to read more about them! The photos from Seminyak are from two separate days. The first time we went there, we went during the evening and the other time we went during the day. I hope you’re enjoying my travel posts, let me know what other posts you’d be interested in please! 🙂 The final third part will be on the resort, we stayed at. Stay tuned for that! 😉
Two weeks of paradise. I mean real life paradise. I can’t even tell you enough how beautiful Bali is. The spirit, the people, the air, the culture, the flowers, the ocean, the food, the sunshine… and I could go on for another five hours, believe me. Bali has been on the very top of my bucket list. And this month I ticked it off. YAASSS. It was everything and more I hoped it would be. Staying there took my breath away. I stayed at the Ritz Carlton in Nusa Dua which was the perfect quiet and peaceful location. It’s located on the south-eastern part of the island. I will write a separate post on the resort and our stay there in my next posts because I really think the resort deserves its own post. It was amazing!
Now back to the whole two-week adventure on Bali. We’ve visited a couple of places and sights during our time there but we enjoyed most of the days at the beach or in our private lagoon. 😉 😛
Uluwatu temple, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, Tanah Lot Temple, Blue Point Beach (surfers’ paradise) and Seminyak (TWICE, for shopping :D) Today I’ll write about the Uluwatu Temple, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park and the Blue Point Beach. Then another post will be about the Tanah Lot Temple & Seminyak. And finally the last post will be on the Ritz Carlton resort itself.
I hope you’ll enjoy the first Bali diary photos and that you’ll come back to see the next two! :))
Hello.. and I am back after having a really amazing, long vacation. It went by way too fast. The weeks flew by. Can we go back in time please? 🙁
I spent a whole week in Singapore at the beginning of August and I fell in love with the place. It was my first time visiting Singapore and I couldn’t be happier I can tick it off from my bucket list. It’s surreal. Everything is so organized, clean, efficient and just out of this world. I spent a lot of time looking through all these shopping malls on the Orchard Road and obviously I couldn’t resist some purchases, but I am getting much better at not getting too crazy. ( Or at least I try really hard 😀 ) some times are more successful than others. The shopping mall I liked the most is without a doubt the Ion Orchard mall. It’s amazing.
Places To See
We did quite a lot of sightseeing. On our first day we went to the Gardens By The Bay to see the light show in the evening. Then in the next days we walked around in China Town, peeked into Arab Street and of course went to the Raffles Hotel and its famous Long Bar. We sipped on the world famous Singapore Sling, which let me tell you are so delicious. Inside the Long Bar, we littered the floor with peanut shells a little bit. But that’s what the bar is famous for – you’re allowed to litter in it, the only place in Singapore.
We also walked in Duxton Hill area, which is full of cute houses that reminded me of Cuba for some reason. 😀 It’s filled with many different bars and restaurants. We went there for a drink in a small rooftop bar, called The Screening Room, which was really cool and I had the best Litchi martini. 😛 🙂
Another day later in the week, we made it back to the Gardens By The Bay and walked on the Skywalk that connects all the artificial trees and offers a beautiful view of the Marina Bay area. We also visited the Cloud Forest, which was incredible. I loved it so much. I felt like we were in Jurassic Park and dinosaurs are going to start running from the greenery. Also, one night, we went to the 1-Altitude sky bar at the top of the tallest building in Singapore – One Raffles Place.
I really hope you’ll enjoy my photos and get a feel of Singapore’s vibe if you haven’t been yet. You have to go btw! 🙂