April 24th, 2017

10 Best Things To Do in Bali

According to Trip Advisor and Insider, Bali, Indonesia is one destination to visit in 2017. I have been itching for a change of scenery, with my birthday coming up, I couldn’t decide between two locations – Iceland or Bali, after several weeks I came across Travel Noire a platform for likeminded solo travelers who like to travel without having to plan your own itinerary and make connections with other beautiful solo travelers. I had been eyeing the Bali travel experience and finally took the plunge. I was practically a millionaire in Bali. The exchange rate from dollar to Rupiah is outstanding. The Balinese are loving, kind and most respectful people I’ve ever come across, as long as you respect their culture. This has been one of the best travel decisions I have taken. I have memories to cherish, new friends to travel with and came back refreshed, motivated and inspired. Without further chatting here ten things to do in Bali.

  1. Visit the Elephant Safari Park – This has been on my bucket and must do list. I got to feed, hug, ride and trek the elephant park located in Taro Park

  1. Visit a Balinese Temple and Village – This isn’t a vacation to just chill at beach. Engage, connect and explore Bali. With the Travel Noire team we visited a local temple where we learned about the intricate designs of the temple, learned how to tie a Sarong, checked out a local rice field, had coconut water, danced and played music with a Balinese family.

  1. Relax at Beach & Surf – The Seminyak beach in Kuta is an hour away from Ubud where we stayed. There so many things to do at the beach such as surfing lessons, boat cruise, shop or party at a local club. Best part was watching the sunset a the beach.

  1. Visit the Local Market – We stayed at the energetic city Ubud, which has one of the best and cheapest produce, clothing, spices and accessories. You would find a knock YSL purse here which I considered buying: D


  1. Take a Cooking Class – We attended a local cooking class at the Poan Bali. We cooked Balinese foods from scratch. It was refreshing and the host family were hilarious. The foods are fresh, even the coconut oil smelled different.

  1. Take a Batik Class – The Balinese people pride themselves in growing their own products. The batik studio we visited, showed us how to make our own batik designs from scratch to finish. It was great seeing how oils and wax are made and applied to fabric.


  1. Visit The Monkey Forest – The monkey forest is a site to see. It was a 10mins walk from our hotel in Ubud. I’m not to fond of monkeys, so I skipped this one. If you are like monkeys, then this is definitely something you will enjoy.


  1. Get Massages – You can get a massage anywhere in Bali from practically 10-15 dollars. I got a full body massage from head to toe and never felt the same.


  1. Visit the Rice Terraces – There is so much green scenery in Bali. We visited the rice terraces and saw how rice was grown. I grew up eating rice, it was nice to see how it is harvested. 

  1. Do Yoga – Experience the eat, pray and love life here in Bali. Yoga classes are packed here and you can schedule your own private session. I was amazed by the flexibility of my yoga teacher.

There are so many things to do in Bali, I felt like I needed a second trip. I would like to visit a waterfall and go hiking. All in all, Bali, Indonesia is a great travel destination to rejuvenate your mind, soul, body and spirit. 

Where is your next adventure?

With Love Always



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November 27th, 2016

24hrs In Amsterdam

24hrs In Amsterdam is in collaboration with Accor Hotels on How I would spend 24hrs in Amsterdam. Maybe you’re planning to visit the city for the first time – either way, I’d like to share my favorite 24 hours in Amsterdam with you. How would you spend 24 hours in your favorite city?


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8:00 – Breakfast 

Eat waffles, I start the day with a delicious breakfast! What better way to fuel and charge up for an adventurous day!



9:00 -Rent a bike and canal watch

Biking is arguably the best way to see the entire city and experience an essential part of Amsterdam’s culture. Amsterdam is known for its beautiful canals. Rent a boat or book one of the excursion boats, so you will see the city from a different angle.

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10:00 -Take a photo with the “I Amsterdam” letters

The “I Amsterdam” Letters are located throughout the city, these signs and the best part? They let tourists climb all over them. 

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11:00 -Remember Anne Frank

No trip to Amsterdam would be complete without a visit to the Anne Frank House.  Walk through the rooms of the house while seeing furniture, wall paper, photos, and diary entries from the time. 

13:00 -Visit the Fashion and Museum District

In the Fashion & Museum District you can spend hours shopping for exclusive brands like Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Armani and Cartier. Also many younger brands, like Dolce & Gabbana, Tommy Hilfiger and Hugo Boss, have their flagship stores in these beautiful shopping streets.

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15:00 – Shop at Magna Plaza

Directly behind the Queens Palace on the Dam square you may find an elegant 19th century building, now one of the few shopping malls in Amsterdam – Magna Plaza. This is the place to shop for designer clothing and fashion accessories.

18:00 – Grab a cocktail and dinner


19:00 -Relax at Vondelpark

Great place to relax, chill and people watch.


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20:00 -See Dam Square

Dam Square is Amsterdam’s central square, home of historical buildings such as the National Monument and Nieuwe Kerk (New Church).

21:00 – See the Red Light District

The Red Light District is one of Amsterdam’s most renowned tourist attraction. It really comes alive after dark.

00:00 – Sleep

After an adventurous what better way than to hit the sack and call it a night…Zzzzzzz…..



How would you spend 24 hours in your favorite city?

With Love Always,


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