i recently travelled it was lovely. you get to experience the beauty of life. and different cultures/way of life.
Where did you go?i recently travelled it was lovely. you get to experience the beauty of life. and different cultures/way of life.
People choose to stay different areas they visit for different reasons and if you would’ve said don’t stay and avoid the city and the inner city areas like Kuta, Semanyak, Aruban and even Canggu, it’s understandable for love birds on a honeymoon or a family with young kids, but why avoid the cultural centre of Bali in a place like Ubud and prefer East Bali’s fishing villages like Amed? There is nothing to see there except a bunch of tourists in hotels. It is just like hiring a villa with a pool near the beach where you live. Sex, swim, sun and eat. Nothing to experience and see there.
I’m off to Bali next week and staying in Semanyak. Did you visit Kuta at night? How about Semanyak?
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Are you into touristy things? Last time I was there, I went to the museum, library, Central Park, etc but this time I’m going to different boroughs and eat my way through all 5 the only touristy thing I will be doing next month when I’m there is go see a play and go to the 9/11 memorial, since I didn’t get a chance to see it last time.
I spent 3 nights in ubud, we didn’t enjoy it, it was too loud at night and by the third day we saw everything. I loved Amed, it’s not just a fishing village lol it was exactly what we needed. We had villa by the sea and swimming pool in our villa. We did snorkeling, jet-skiing, in house massages, etc without the chaos of ubud. Also another reason we didn’t like ubud was how the villas were built, I don’t care if you have swimming pool and everything else, if I can’t just relax on my balcony looking at nature, it’s a pass.
Semanyak is a party city, I didn’t enjoy ubud so I didn’t even try semanyak lol are you going with friends? I suppose if you going with friends and want to party at night on the beach it’s the place to be but if you want to relax and are on your honeymoon I wouldn’t advice it.
Btw we met a lot of Australians Bali is to you guys what Mexico/Puerto Rico is to us lol
Wallahi if you paying I’m packing my suitcaseI noticed Somali people don’t travel much, and when they do travel they don’t go out of their comfort zone, they will go where they have families. @R.Kelly going to London and staying at uncles spare room is not traveling
When I was in Bali last year, I even saw Ethiopian couple lol get your travel up guys.
Guys! be careful travelling because there are some sick ppl in this world. Women should especially not travel alone if possible.
In know and I pray for the diaspora. Sadly this world is not a safe place for women to travel alone. Just stuck to public places even if you are a man.She was cadaan. Imagine being a Muslim women of colour travelling alone in a society that’s becoming islamophobic?
This is pretty tragic, these cadaan women need to learn you can’t travel a lone. The amount of white chicks I see backpacking by themselves is ridiculous.Guys! be careful travelling because there are some sick ppl in this world. Women should especially not travel alone if possible.
Exactly. No woman should travel alone in a foreign country. Especially going to secluded areas with no one else around can result in you being killed.This is pretty tragic, these cadaan women need to learn you can’t travel a lone. The amount of white chicks I see backpacking by themselves is ridiculous.