The last and final Bali installment is here! I can’t believe my journey sharing Bali with you guys has come to an end. I hope the posts have helped you with trip planning and gives you some ideas of things to do in various parts of Bali!
Today, I’m sharing with you another part of Bali, Indonesia! A gorgeous and vivacious city called Jimbaran. Right outside the city of Jimbaran, about a 30 minute drive, you get to this amazing view. I mean, I was in awe. We hiked up the hills to see the Uluwatu Temple and we were treated with an amazing view of the Indian Ocean as well. The ocean stretched as far as the eye could see and it was the perfect day. Granted, there is barely any shade while you’re hiking up and it was humid, but it was really worth it and the sea breeze cools you off!
Oh my goodness. I don’t know when October got so busy. I remember back in September when I was looking at my calendar for October, I was so happy that it was so wide open because my September was absolutely packed. Well, I just took a glance at my October schedule and I feel like I’m squeezing every little thing in I can before our little pup comes home with us. This week and next week are absolutely insane as…Read More
This past weekend was just what I needed before I spiral into a whirlwind of a crazy month. It rained and rained and rained and rained some more this weekend. In fact, it rained the entire week so by Saturday, it was the norm waking up to cloudy skies and rain. Just another day, right? You bet I pretended I was in London! I even watched Love, Actually for the second time this weekend (let’s talk about how I completely…Read More
Getting a puppy is like having a baby. OBVIOUSLY I know it’s nothing like that in comparison but I’m saying in regards to buying all this stuff for your newest arrival. We literally just found out that we get to bring our puppy home in three weeks. We thought that we were going to have to wait until January or February for one so we haven’t even been thinking about anything puppy related. Well, turns out our breeder had a…Read More
I recently spent a week in Charleston, SC and I ate some of the most indulgent food! If you followed me on Instagram, you’ll have seen all the glorious food I ate. It was definitely not paleo-friendly but a little indulgence here and there is okay. We also did walk over 4 miles one day in downtown Charleston so that definitely made up for all the ice cream and fried chicken :) I’ll have a post soon on all the…Read More
I’m back with another Bali post! This time we’re talking everything elephants!! This was one of the most memorable and coolest experiences I’ve ever had. Elephants are such gentle giants and it’s so sad that people don’t respect them as much as they should. For one night, Amanda and I were hosted at the Elephant Safari Park Lodge in Taro, Bali, Indonesia. This place was incredible. It is so secluded and in this huge 8-acre forested area where all the…Read More
This is a sponsored post with Sara Lee. Thank you for supporting brands I carefully curate for this blog so I can continue to bring you delicious recipes on this website. When we were young, pound cake was one of those breakfasts that you’d see on our breakfast table. My brother and I LOVED seeing that when we came downstairs. What was better than pound cake for breakfast? Warm and toasted pound cake. My mom would put them in the…Read More
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