Friday, July 15, 2016

Sister Trip | Bali

Okay, I'm getting worst at this blogging thing. This draft has been sitting in my blog for a 4 months before I finally sit down and reminiscing my sister trip to Bali. But I have a very good reason for procrastinating.

The  procrastination bug in me is real guys! But I have a good reason for it. I'm living my life out of social media now mostly and I kinda like it.

Now let's get back to my sister trip back in March. We arrived at night and freshen up in our hotel, Sense Hotel in Seminyak. After that we marched over to Motel Mexicola which is right next to our hotel.

Initially we wanted a light dinner but ended up with just Bintang Beer. The atmosphere at Motel Mexicola was great and the place was filled with tourist. Everyone were having fun, drinking away and dancing. We did danced a while before called it a night.

Out exploring Seminyak the next day. 

Black dress in Bali weather is not a good idea guys.

Dress and sandals from Zalora

First time trying Teh Botol and it was okay for me.

Next day on Kura-Kura Bus en route to Kuta because someone wanted to go to Sephora.

We went to Mozaic Beach Club on the third day.

Actually we wanted to go to Potato Head but our hotel granted us discount for Mozaic Beach Club and assured us that it is equally awesome too.

We even signed up for cycling tour in Ubud because I have never been to Ubud and cycling seems like a perfect way to explore Ubud. But the day before the cycling tour, we went to Kuta beach and signed up for surfing lesson. I went before and encouraged my sister to try out. She's only been in the water for less than half a hour before calling it quit. 

Surfing was so much fun for me and I tried to make full use of my 2 hours but my energy limited me. Plus I got knocked by my surf board on the head a few times and scratches my knees on the sands too. We woke up feeling like just beaten up and decided to just bailed on our cycling tour. Lame but it is the best decision ever because we spent the day doing girly stuff like massages, mani and padi and went for high tea.

Brunch was at Eat Well which is famous for its crispy pork.

High tea at Souq because we were avoiding the pouring rain outside.

This is where I had the best brownie and iced chocolate ever.

Dinner was The Junction where I finally satisfied my craving for Bakso Ayam.

The Bakso Ayam is delicious and totally what I imagined a perfect Bakso taste like. 

Brunch the next day before we head to airport was at Grocer & Grind which is highly recommended but it did not live up to my expectation. The food was average and the waiting time was too long. 

I really had lots of fun on this trip and tried out lots of cafes and had massages everyday till my body was bruised wtf. I'm really looking forward to another sister trip hopefully next year.

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