Bali Trip

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I must say that traveling back to Bali was something I always was a little bit afraid of. Having lived there for a year in 2011 I dreaded seeing all the changes due to excessive building, tourisme and pollution. Due to the increase of population the island had radically changed into a hectic traffic nightmare. The southern side of the island is not the best for kids, the sea is way to rough and not very clean however if you are into food and shopping eat your heart out!

Rent a scooter in the area of Seyminyak, Canggu or Umalas and make your way through the maze of endless restaurants and shops for both inerior and clothes.

Here’s my shortlist…

Restaurants:

Sarong http://sarongbali.com/

Biku http://bikubali.com/

Earth Cafe http://www.earthcafebali.com/

Mama San http://www.mamasanbali.com/

Made’s Warung http://madeswarung.com/

Desa Seni is also one of the best yoga venues http://www.desaseni.com/

Cafe Organic http://cafeorganicbali.com/

Ku de ta (just for a sundowner) http://www.kudeta.com/

La Luciolla for an easy quiet lunch with sea view https://www.tripadvisor.nl/Restaurant_Review-g469404-d804047-Reviews-La_Lucciola-Seminyak_Bali.html

Ryoshi http://www.ryoshibali.com/

Dahana for some seriously good Japanse food http://www.dahanabali.com/

Shops:

Magali Pascal http://www.magalipascal.com/

Lulu Yasmine http://www.luluyasmine.com/

Milk & Roses http://milkandrosesboutique.com/

Daune http://www.daunandco.com/

Great inspiring day trips:

Green School https://www.greenschool.org/

Five Elements Spa http://www.fivelements.org/en/

So scooter your way through traffic and be sure to wear your helmet even though it might ruin your looks;-)))

x

 

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