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Just Like Home @ Bali Friday, September 27, 2013 1:28 PM | 0 notes


Yellowww~ I'm just back from my holiday in Bali, there's lotsa photo gonna sharing with you. Before I start it, I would like to give you some info about Bali. The word 'paradise' is used a lot in Bali and without reason. You'll be offered smiles and waves at every corner and practically all indonesian and they will make you feel right at home. Bali is also known as "island of a thousand temples". You have to try and get to see some of them. 






Glad that this time I had a window seat, my face have been stuck to the window all the time.




Found this cute spec @ F Block and the price only around twenty plus. I find myself love to buy all these cutie spec. lol





Dadaa~ Finally we arrived Denpasar early in the morning, it's the largest city and capital of the island of Bali. After collected our luggage, we walked to the taxi station. There's a collection of taxi drivers and tour guides huddled together waiting with placards displaying their fares and name. We walked around and searching my name, a few minutes later I spotted a rotund man was holding an A4 size paper printed my name 'Annie'. I'm so happy that Mr Ady's friendly and he's always patiently waiting for us over the next two days.




It's time to explore my journey. Our driver Mr Ady recommended this restaurant, named Malioboro. It's just nearby airport. Once I've tried their tahu telor (rp 31,000) which topped with sweet peanut sauce, I was like...couldn't stop it. Awww~ so yummy. Their sambal belacan (rp 6,000) is superb hot & spicy, if you are a chilly lover like me, you should give it a try. Overall, this place is definitely a must-try, but the price is not cheap too, we were shiok when the bills reached our hand.  








After our lunch at Malioboro restaurant,  Mr Ady took us to Padang-padang beach, actually it's located at Jimbaran and very closed to Uluwatu. To get down to the beach, you have to walk down a small stair which both sides covered with rock.  





There's no entrance fee to pay, only have to pay the car park fee. About the car park fees, Mr Ady will bao for us, his service is included toll, petrol and parking fees. We only need to pay for the entrance fees. Mr Ady gave us 30 mins to walk around this beautiful beach.








What a beautiful lil beach~









Freaking love this picture, don't ask me why, just look at our face expressions. *grinnn*




LOOK, there's a mermaid !!! lol










We had so much fun at here.




After the beach, we moved to Pura Luhur (Uluwatu) Temple. We are so lucky to catch the sunset when we arrived Uluwatu temple. It's a Balinese Sea Temple at Uluwatu, built in the 11th century. This is probably one of the most spectacular temples sitting atop the cliffs overlooking the surf at Uluwatu.




If i'm not mistaken, the entrance fee for per pax is about rp15,000.




The view from here was magnificent.




The kecak dance performed by male dancers with the "kecak" sound, it's quite interesting, must try and watch this at least once in Bali. We quickly left before the show ended to avoid the bad traffic jam.
  



Lastly, Mr Ady took us to this Kampoeng seafood which located at Gimbaran for dinner on the beach, it's very nice to dine at the beachfront, listened to the music and the sound of the waves, but the price is not cheap, do browse carefully the menu before make your order. All right, that's all for my day one in Bali, will update my second day very soon. Happy Friday Everyone.


xoxo,
Little Penguin Princess


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