I’ve actually already planned to tell you everything about my time in Bali quite a while ago. However, as you might have noticed my blog got hacked – thanks to my laziness in running the newest updates and all my saved content had to be deleted. Since reading the book “Eat, Pray, Love” and then watching the move with the same title, I’ve dreamt about visiting Bali. White sanded beaches, sap green rice fields, temples… Bali always seemed to be a place full of tradition and magic. Mostly, thanks to social media I always considered Bali to be one of my secret highlights of the trip. I knew before even being there that I will like this place. Before, I want to share some tips for Bali, I want to share one of the hotels in which we stayed with you: the Tugu Hotel in Canggu. read more
From Hong Kong I flew to another huge, Asian city: Bangkok. When people think of Bangkok they mostly picture the Grand Palace, a cruise on the river and partying like in the “Hangover” movie. This is not quite what I see when I think about the thai capital. Maybe because it was not my first time (where I ticked off all of the mentioned above), but rather 24 hours in pure paradise. Together with my mom, I spent one night in the most perfect setting: Tower Club at lebua.
We had only a day before flying to Bali and we made sure to fully indulge all the amenities of the hotel. We relaxed by the pool, had champagne at the Skybar (one of the highest rooftop bars in the world!), enjoyed a delicious dinner at the Breeze restaurant (remember how I had dinner at the Breeze restaurant in Frankfurt?), mixed our own cocktails from the Disitl Bar… Sounds pretty dreamy, mh? It sure was.
Before I’m sharing the last bits of my trip around the world, I’m taking you in a few post back to one of my favourite places in the world: New York City. I’ve been multiple times to the Big Apple and every time it amazes me in a different way. Laura and I stayed for a few nights at the Sofitel off Times Square. Perfect location, a breathtaking view, best breakfast in bed. You want to know what else I really enjoyed about the Sofitel in New York? Keep on reading to find out…
Cape Town has been one of my favorite places during my trip. It’s vivid and colorful inheriting lots of culture and history making it an amazing place to visit.
And most of all, it’s heaven for a hotel lover, just like me! That’s why today is all about my favorite hotel in Cape Town: the beautiful Cape View Clifton. Everything in this boutique hotel was on point and it made leaving Cape Town and the African continent even harder.