So we’re all tired… All I want to do after the Mount Batur trek is to sleep, eat and have a full body massage. But since we’re passing by temples and rice field which is Ubud is known for, we … Continue reading
When I started posting pictures in my Instagram account during our trip in Bali, friends were asking me how much did it cost… So hope this summary of our expenses can help you plan your trip in Bali. 🙂 Transportation, P11,516 … Continue reading
On our way from Nusa Dua to Ubud, our cab driver is so kind enough to offer us to visit Negari Coffee Garden where we can try Bali’s famous Luwak coffee. Luwak Coffee or Civet Coffee, refers to the beans of coffee berries once they … Continue reading
During our first day, Happy and I we’re amazed with people who parasail, we can see them from the Veranda. On our second day in Nusa Dua, we found out that locals offered one of a kind beach activity for … Continue reading
Day 1 Arrived in Denpasar Airport Check-in and chill in Kinds Villa, Nusa Dua Near Nusa Dua, you can also visit – Geger Beach, Pacific Museum, Uluwatu and end the day with a dinner by the beach at Jimbaran Bay
We did not just captured adventure scenes in Bali… Rosanne, Happy & I, also got a taste of Bali. We tried restaurants and best sellers recommended by local Balinese. You can find all kinds of dishes in Bali, from Indonesian … Continue reading
One of the highlights of our Bali trip is climbing this rising 5,633 feet, 1.717 meeters Mount Batur for 2 hours long at 4am. Quite challenging for me. First, I have to wake at 1:00am to prepare, because the service will pick-us up … Continue reading
Bali, particularly Kuta is Asia’s surfing capital. So I didn’t missed the opportunity to fulfill one of my bucket list “Learn Surfing” here. Though, we have it in Seminyak, a few kilometers away from Kuta. We asked the locals about Basic Surfing lessons, and they told us, enrolling in legit surfing schools like Pro Surf, Rip Curl School of Surf, Surf Spots, etc will be costly. They introduce us to professional surfers, who also offers basic surfing lessons at half the price.
We met our surf instructor Eddie, he is a Balinese and learned surfing during his years residing at Seminyak. He introduce us to Surf Boards 🙂 lol
The lesson begin with how to swim in the surf board. Easy!
Bilang ako ang nag-push sa surfing, syempre competitive ako… Ako ang naunang nakatayo sa Surf Board 🙂
I enjoyed my first surfing experience, and I would love to do it again. Pwede din maging hobby, Phillippines has great surfing spots like La Union, Baler, Siargao. Soon, I will play with the Philippines waves too!
One of the greatest things about the sport of surfing is that you need only three things: your body, a surf-board, and a wave.
NAIMA GREEN, Surfing: Rules, Tips, Strategy, and Safety
We stayed overnight in Arana Suite in Seminyak as we have plans to enjoy the beach again and learn surfing. Location wise, it’s not the best place to stay because we walked around 15-20 minutes to reach the Double six beach. … Continue reading