Last hurrah for Bali

Hello again dear friends, yes you read that right, still blogging about Bali! That trip was more than a month ago and I'm still talking about it. That's just me being lazy, hahaha, besides, its really fun to look back and reminisce about your recent vacation don't you think??? - excuses!!!! hahaha.

I promise this is the last batch of Bali Photos, I compressed them all in one post so we can all get on with our lives! hahaha, Yes thats how much I care ;-p 

Breathtaking view at Uluwatu Temple, be careful with monkeys though, we saw one couple being attacked by a random monkey... Okay attack is such a strong word, lets just say, the monkey was hungry and that poor girl had to walk home without her other slipper. No injuries whatsoever, unless you count the slipper. ;-p

Nusa Dua Beach, not a long stretch of beach but it had an amazing view. They also had a stretch of International restos so if you are picky with food, You can easily find something that suits your palette. Perfect for photo ops because it was not at all crowded! Beach was just so-so. 

Jimbaran: Okay this place is a tourist trap!!!! Though the view was nice and dining infront of the beach is always good, Prices were so darn expensive. I honestly think the view was not worth for the price. If you can, skip this place, but if you really want the experience, be ready to pay!

Ubud: This place is known for Rice paddies and Rice terraces, but as I've said before, we are not your typical tourist who needs to see all the tourist spots. We were driving around Ubud and saw a lot of Luwak Coffee signage, and got really interested so we decided to drop by. Luwak coffee  is a not for the weak hearted, first you have to get over the fact that the beans came the Luwak's droppings, second its really strong, and last its quite expensive. So its good for the experience but its not something I would go and get as my daily caffeine fix. 

Bridges: I was googling restos in Ubud and this was easily at the top of the list, and I can understand why. The view was spectacular, the vibe was sophisticated yet relaxed. I love the fact that they have Indonesian Tapas in their menu, so you can order small portions of their main courses and get to try different Indonesian cuisine. 

Potato Head: This is my favorite spot out of all the places we've been to. Though quite expensive, the place and the food is well worth it. This spot is perfect for sunset chill out session with friends or with a date. If I had a chance to go back to Bali, I'd definitely go back and stay here for hours. If you'd love a spot near the pool then I suggest you'd hit them up with a reservation.

Bistrot: This is a cute vintage theme restaurant in Seminyak. This was our last day in Bali so I was kind of craving something light, I did not get a chance to sample their Indonesian Cuisine but my salad was really good, so I guess that's a good sign.

Padang Padang Beach: This was a surfer's paradise! Also, the beach was free so thats always good. Downside, there was no public CR in sight, so prepare to go home wet and happy. Its an hour away from Seminyak so its gonna be a long ride home. In my humble opinion, its not as clean as I hope it would be, I guess that happens when its free, no one is really taking care of the place. If you are a surfer then you'd enjoy this place but if you just want to chill then I don't think this is the place for you.

 Jas Boutique VillaMy favorite place in Bali, our Boutique Villa!!! Service was impeccable,  I love the fact that they deliver our breakfast every morning and they have a free shuttle service anywhere in Seminyak. We felt so taken cared of during our 5 day stay here. My favorite part would definitely be our private Plunge Pool for obvious reasons, Just looking at it makes me miss this place even more. 

As you can see we ate almost all the time, I think I've researched more about restaurants than places to visit. I'd love to go back to Bali for the restaurants alone. I guess that shows how much of a foodie I really am. 


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