Bali was somewhere I always wanted to go to. There is just something about that place that really attracts a lot of people to go and I’m included as one of them. We stayed at this Villa called Kayu Raja Villa. The people there were always so attentive and the location was great as it was easy to taxi to places. We also had our own pool which was so pretty with all the greenery surrounding it.
We booked this tour called the A1 Tour. The tour guide picked us up early in the morning and drove us to all the locations. We started of at the Tegenungan waterfall. It was so hot and we had to climb up and down many stairs to get there but once we got there the view was definitely worth it.
We then went to visit a temple which is a must go to when you’re in Bali. For lunch we drove up this mountain and had the most breath taking view of the scenery. The rice field in Bali is also a must visit. I’ve never seen anything like it. We also saw people taking wedding photos there which must meant it was a really special place.
Even though this isn’t the biggest zoo, one doesn’t need to go too far nor look too hard for a diverse array of animals. I couldn’t capture as many animals as I would have liked to as some animals were hard to capture from afar but hope you enjoy these ones that I did mange to take.
Everywhere made us stunned of how beautiful the place was. Everything was super expensive, so i suggest you take a butt load of money when travelling there.
As I’m living in Macau there is a hotel called Venetian which is a mimic of Venice. I thought Venetian was already pretty grand but obviously that was before I saw the real one, incomparable. Unfortunately we weren’t the only tourist there, meaning it was really crowded under the boiling hot sun but the view definitely made it worth while.
I suppose marking a few points on the map of where they have been has been on everyone’s mind and I can say that I have had the privilege to mark that point on a few places in Europe on ‘my map’. Though in all honestly it was in 2013 where I officially ‘marked’ it, time sure does fly. Mostly everywhere we went seemed like a photo opportunity, with either some historical building or just looking good in its simplest form. So here goes a little jog for your finger.
Oh London, there was sure a lot to see and most of it was a joy to see.
It truly was the City of Love, the people earned that title, though it made me kind of sad as I was single then. Nonetheless every corner had exquisite architecture and along with amazing yet different cuisine, I popped my ‘eat a snail’ cherry there though as a imagined it was not my type.
Thank you for dropping by, I suppose you’re here to know a bit about me but you’ll find out gradually through my upcoming blogs. I personally like a wide variety of blogs from fashion, lifestyle, photography to travel so that will be something I will be posting on. Photos are something I have a feeling that people ‘read’ blogs for, so I will try my best to have my ‘photography’ side come out and shine and I do promise my other photos will be more colourful than the one above.
So hope this is the beginning of a remarkable adventure ahead and you enjoy bits and bobs of it.