A scooter ride to Uluwatu Temple: cultural dance show

Uluwatu temple is a Hindu temple on the southern coast of the Island of Bali. It is a 40min and 22km scooter ride from downtown Kuta, and you can also take the taxi there (Grab or GoJek). I do not think organized tours are necessary, you can go  by yourself. My friends and I rode … Continue reading A scooter ride to Uluwatu Temple: cultural dance show

A Backpacker’s guide to Sanur Harbor: boats to Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Pendia and Gili T (Tips, tricks and more!)

Sanur is a harbor city in Bali: 16km and 25min away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport. If you want to get to the Nusas (Lembongan and Penida) or the Gilis, this is the harbor from where boats leave. If you have a online booking leaving from Sanur Harbor, this is the place for you. … Continue reading A Backpacker’s guide to Sanur Harbor: boats to Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Pendia and Gili T (Tips, tricks and more!)

A backpacker’s guide to Seminyak, Bali

Seminyak is a coastal city in Bali, Indonesia, 10km away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport, and 5km from Kuta. I like to think of Seminyak, is a cooler cousin of Kuta. With its ever-extending beaches, hip restaurants and the most relaxing resorts and hotels, Seminyak is a "cooler" version of the always hustling Kuta. … Continue reading A backpacker’s guide to Seminyak, Bali

A backpacker’s guide to Ubud, Bali!

Ubud: the land of pure bliss, nature and spas   Ubud is a gorgeous heaven of rice paddies, waterfalls, street markets and much more! It is known for its fancy af spas and resorts that sit atop a rice paddy with the most out-of-this-world view! Whether it is cliff-side swinging or waterfall hopping, Ubud's got … Continue reading A backpacker’s guide to Ubud, Bali!

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

A small island province off the coast, called Tasmania, is 2 hours north-to-south in length. It was historically a place where the British used to send prisoners: "In the early 19th century, convicts were sent to Tasmania. However, this ended in 1852 and in the late 20th century, tourism boomed in Tasmania (http://www.localhistories.org/tasmania.html, accessed 2018) … Continue reading Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Welcome to Melbourne, Australia!

Have you ever seen a Kangaroo just prancing across the road? Well, if you have, you have been to Australia! My 17 hour journey from Mumbai, India to Melbourne, Australia was terribly turbulent and long! Nevertheless, Melbourne's Tullamarine International Airport was quick and efficient, with their e-visa procedures, immigration was merely a minute, and navigating … Continue reading Welcome to Melbourne, Australia!