ULUWATTU

Indonesia , Travel, 30 July 2016

    ULUWATTU , BADANG BADANG BEACH / BALI , INDONESIA    

We’ve heard a lot about Uluwattu cliff front surf views and amazing sunsets.

So After having a good lunch in Badung beach, we took the car and we headed to Uluwattu. It was all about nature, the fresh air, the beautiful beaches; it was so easy to lose yourself and lose a track of time.

There was so much to do and see there! We did a lot in short period of time but I know we could have fit in more if we were better organized. But anyways for a day it was already enough, in our way to the popular beach Padang Padang along south-west coast of Bali, which is a surfer’s paradise, a stunning place, where we spent a few hours swimming, tanning and just appreciating the view. The water wasn’t too rough so I felt comfortable going in. also we were lucky to see the resident monkeys.

Afterwards we wanted to have a drink watching the stunning sunset, we had a lot of choices, there were so many bars with beautiful views, and honestly it wasn’t easy to choose. But finally we picked a very calm bar, the others were kind of a pub, you know lot of people, loud music, it wasn’t the kind of bar we were looking for.

I can’t describe you the feeling I had drinking my Mojito, having my lover beside me watching the surfers catching the waves; with the sunset it was so perfect to be real. I really didn’t want to leave that place but as we had a long journey the next day, we had to go back to Kutta to have dinner then to the hotel. But I took amazing images with me that I will always have it in my mind.

**     PADANG PADANG BEACH     **

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Outfit details: Swimsuit Asos // sunglasses Dior

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**     SUNSET     **

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17 thoughts on “ULUWATTU

  1. I absolutely adore Bali and living in Australia means that it is the closest Asain destination for us. So we’re lucky and get to go all of the time. Uluwatu is gorgeous altough I have ever only visited and not stayed as we usually stay north. But that rock Bar at the Ayana overlooking the cliffs and water is the perfect spot for a sunset of epic proportions:)

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