Last Saturday we arrived in Bali. We came from Phuket, Thailand. To be honest, you get a lot of experience by travelling and it is very nice to see so many beautiful things, but I couldn’t wait to be back in Bali. I really missed Bali. I missed to hang around with the people, to go to my favourite beaches, to have this great weather and so on. But since my arrival I had to calm down a bit, that is why I yesterday decided to go to my favourite beauty saloon, which is called THINK PINK at Batu Belig Street in Kerobokan. They do great work!!!;) So girls that is something you!!
Yesterday I was also very happy, happy to pick up my boyfriend from the airport. It is great having some beloved people around you. You can share the whole moments with them and having some really really good time at this beautiful place.
Today we wanted to go to the beach, Balangan beach, which is in Jimbaran but then it was raining a lot. We waited untill the shower was gone and went to the beach afterwards. It is so annoying if the weather turns bad because you plan your day and then you have to cancel it, but anyway: On the way, you won’t believe it and actually I couldn’t believe it either- A person, sitting on a scooter next to me in the traffic called attention to me because my tyre was flat. Damn, such a bad luck! I had to go to repair it. It cost about 60.000 rp which is less than 4€.
Yes, those things belong to the everyday life here. This is when my bad luck day started. So we drove further to the beach and suddenly when we arrived unfortunately we had to notice, that it was ebb and the beach wasn’t as beautiful as it is supposed to be. Suuuuuch a shame!! Later on when we got back home, which took us
more or less an hour, there was more bad luck waiting. Our new cleaner locked the padlock of our front-door, so we couldn’t enter our yard. But then my boyfriend climbed over the wall and got the key from inside. We decided to stay at home for dinner. Because we were afraid about having more bad luck, so we ordered pizza.
A very exciting day in Bali. You always have to be prepared for all circumstances.