Bali, My Summer Holiday…

Bali was such an amazing place, beautiful beaches, nice restaurants and shops! This time I went there with a family friend, tante Decyca. She knows a lot about Bali and its beautiful beaches. I haven’t visited Bali since last year, and a lot has changed, there are more hotels in the Kuta area and it was actually my first time visiting Nusa Lembongan, a beautiful island that only took us 30 minutes to reach by boat from Sanur.

When we first arrived in Nusa Lembongan the first thing that popped into my mind was just WOW! The water was so blue, and there were hotels that are located in the cliffs, so yeah, Nusa Lembongan was AMAZING! We rented a motorcycle, and started looking for a room. Most of the hotels are full and we were panicking a little bit, but our guide finally found a very nice bungalow for a fantastic price. In Nusa Lembongan we went to several beaches. It was a fun but tiring experience because we only stayed there for one night.

The next day we went back to Bali island, and decided to go to Ubud. It was really relaxing, we started walking from the Monkey Forest to the main road. Bought so many stuffs, after Ubud we finally went to Seminyak to have dinner.

For our fourth day in Bali I finally went to the White Sand Beach, it is a 2 hours car ride but it was so worth it. The view was so beautiful and the water was really blue, and I finally got to visit the famous Bali Safari & Marine Park and watch the Bali Agung show which was so amazing.

———— I’ve probably said Amazing so many times already but it was just, well, amazing :-)) ———–

All in all Bali was such a fun experience, the beaches were amazing (again!), the food was great, and had such a great time there, hope I could visit Bali sometimes soon with my friends. I love my summer holiday!

~ikyu~

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”  – Mark Twain