One of my favourite things to do in Bali is watch the beautiful sunsets. The sun turns into beautiful colours and it really is spectacular.
I enjoy either heading to the beach or going somewhere for a pre-drink before dinner to watch the sun go down. It really is a must when visiting Bali.
I like to dress in simple outfits when walking around and this monochrome look is no exception. Normally I would tuck in this top with the skirt, but this seemed cooler at the time. The top has detail at the shoulders but I didn’t get a close up unfortunately. This style of skirt I find to be really flattering with the flare at the bottom.
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Our last night in Bali was spent at Potato Head and it’s always a great way to have a delicious cocktail while watching the sunsets.
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It’s freezing here in Geelong and I thought I’d try and warm myself up by looking at more of my Bali images.
These photos were taking on a really popular strip in Bali called Oberoi Street. It’s known for its great shopping as well as great places to eat. We stayed in this street too, so makes getting around very easy.
This particular night we were on our way out to dinner (I’m going to do a post of my fav spots to eat in the next week or so!) Andrew and I stopped along the way to take a few snaps and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the busy street.
I took my trusty bright pink clutch from My.Boutique which really does make everything pop; and dressed it with a very monochrome look. Keeping things simple and cool is the key in Bali!
Have you been to Oberoi Street, Bali? What were your favourite places to shop and eat?
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Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!
I’m currently in Japan so not sure how I’ll go with posting, but lots for when I get home.
Last weekend I went to Tassie on a holiday with my mum.
It’s such a beautiful place with stunning scenery everywhere you look. My friend Sarah lives in Hobart and as she says, you buy a house knowing it has to have a view. It’s so true, everywhere you turn amazing mountains and waterways are there to be seen.
I love going to Hobart, especially Salamanca to enjoy the yummy food!
It has been a while since my last blog, but I decided to have a holiday and replenish.
My friend Beth and I needed to relax and decided a girls trip was in order. Off we went looking for a cheap option and decided Bali was the place to go.
We booked quickly and got a great deal for seven nights staying in Seminyak.
Although I do love going to new places we decided on Bali for the convenience and knowing it’s good and cheap.
Our sole aim was to do nothing but relax by the pool, which we fulfilled with no hassle! A lovely relax for the two of us ready to take on the remainder of the year.
With the cold weather upon us it makes me think of our time living in Canada. Seven amazing months living in the beautiful snow and magical surrounds. It felt like you were waking up staring at a painting everyday.
We lived in a place called Banff and it was breathe-taking. So incredible and always made you smile, no matter how cold it was… and it did get cold!
When you’re surrounded by snow though, it’s allowed to be cold, and doesn’t feel like this winter weather we have here in ‘four seasons in a day, Geelong!’
Here are some memories….
Our very first day in beautiful Banff… before the snow started to fall….
This was the view from our front door, living on the ski hill…
Lake Louise in April…water is no longer frozen.
Banff Ave at Night…. this is in spring… so most of the snow has melted.
Walking down Banff Ave in the middle of winter, this is our friend Miranda, affectionately known as Dora!
Spring riding…. no jackets needed!
I think I need to go back….