Saturday, March 25, 2017

Bali travel diary

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FIKA

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Les Basics

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Shady Shack

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Peloton

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Cafe Organic

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Crate cafe

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GYPSY kitchen + bar

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The Lawn

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Villa Anna, Loop pool bar

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If I start to think back on my two week vacation to Bali the first words that come into my mind are; smiles, sun, giggles and Sunday mornings. Good memories.

This was my first time visiting Indonesia and also my very first time in Asia.
It's a different world. The air is humid and soft, you can feel the sun kissing your skin. The rice fields are green and beautiful and the streets are crowded, full with scooters and cars, moving in some sort of mutual understanding even though traffic rules don't really exist.

We stayed mostly in Canggu, a little surfer paradise in the island of Bali. It's a weird combination of local rice farmers and Australian surfer guys with blonde locks. It's a place where trendy brunch spots and beach lounges meet old hindu traditions such as offerings being placed in front of every store and restaurant daily.
And this weird contradiction is the exact reason why I fell in love with this place.



During our stay we spotted quite a few places I thought I'd like to share with you.

To eat:
Shady Shack
Cafe Organic
Crate Cafe
LaBaracca
Fika
Gypsy Bali
Peloton
MILK & MADU
Nude
Grass Terrace
The Slow

To watch the sunset:
The Lawn
707 Beach Berm

To hang out at the pool:
Loop pool bar
Finns beach club

To shop:
Les Basics
Wanderlust
The Bali Tailor
Shakuachi


'till next time Bali !

xoxo Maria


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