Just wanted to post this quick update. I’m currently in Bali, Indonesia and I’m enjoying the sun and the waves of Kuta Beach.
Sunset at Kuta Beach
there’s always time to pause for a sunset
The taxi took us to our hotel in Bali and I got so excited when we passed by this side of the island. It’s been awhile since I last buried my feet in the sand so this was such a welcome treat.
Upon hitting the beach, I saw so many people who went to this part of Indonesia to get a tan or learn to surf. Some were jogging and some were people-staring. hehe
It was getting dark around 6pm and I took a few more photos of the place. It became better when it hit low tide because of the vast sandscape.
shoreline during low tide
But the best part was the sunset. I wasn’t able to take a lot of pictures as I had to relearn the settings of my camera.
there’s a lot room for everyone
I haven’t taken my Nikon D80 out for awhile. Oh well, I still have the rest of the days to practice shooting. I hope the weather stays the same.
I wasn’t the only one excited to see the sun.
I stayed for a month in the urban city of Bangkok, Thailand and also spent a month in the laidback town of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Although I’ll be here only for a week, my plan is just to eat and sleep; probably go on day tour of the temples and see how Balinese live.
waves of Bali
Unlike the previous countries where I worked most of the time, I’m taking these seven days as a vacation where I won’t be doing a lot of online tasks. I just want to place a mat on the sand, watch people enjoy the beach and hear the waters crash the shore. This is going to be a great trip!
surfer going home
In a few days, I’ll be riding the waves (hopefully) and check if I can really surf without an instructor. hehe
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