Initially, there were more places such as Nusa Dua Beach and Blue Point Bay to visit on the second day of our schedule, but it just seemed like mission impossible considering the average time we spent to travel from one place to another and the road and traffic conditions during this festive season.
We gave up the rest just to be here to witness the sunset that everyone claims to praise and one of the must-dos in Bali. The experience, nevertheless, was very much worth it.
Prominently, one of the best jump shots I ever did!!! Credits to my camera man and his camera =D
Along the shore, its spectacular view with a long stretch of restaurants and beautiful sunset.
You have no idea how badly I wanted to stuff those BBQ sweet corns into my stomach. What stops you, Christina?! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr >______<
Pretty boy and girls. This friendly bunch of people waved and said hi by the way.
LOL. Don't you dare staring at my silly face! Like a porcupinefish =P
Me still looking fresh after throwing ourselves into the tidal waves for hours (well, maybe just less than an hour or so, but felt like it) and screamed like a mad lady. Hahahaha! The coconut juice was refreshing!
Dinner, dinner... We had two sets of seafood platter which cost around 300,000 rupiah each and each set comes with only one drink. Total 700k ++ damage on the bill.
The not-so-delicious grilled baby lobster, fish, prawns, clams and fried squids. Absolutely not worth the money we paid for, but what to do? “肉随砧板上，任人鱼肉”.
Fire dancing that wow-ed the crowd, specially few of us.