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New Year’s Bucket List: Places to Visit in the Second Half of 2020

Hi everyone!

In case you’ve missed the first part of the series with some recommended places to visit in the first half of 2020, you should probably read it first before moving on to this one… But, if you’re actually looking for some holiday inspiration for the second half of the year starting in July, you’re on the right track!

I mean, of course… July and August seem to be the peak holiday seasons in some places. And maybe you’re a parent who needs to travel with kids during the school holiday. Or maybe you just love summer that you simply don’t want to miss the season to enjoy the heat and the sun.

Are you curious on which places that have been recommended by other fellow travel bloggers in the second half of 2020? Carry on!

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Grand Kuta Hotel & Residence: Home Away From Home for Your Family Holiday in Bali

Hi everyone!

Tonight, I got pissed as Arsenal vs Chelsea game just finished, and the Gunners played so well only to get robbed in the end. I swear I could never forgive both Jorginho and Pawson for this game… Ever.

Anyway, even before the match started I was already prepared to write a review of the last accommodation where I was staying with my family in Bali. This post will also be the last post I have for my Bali series. I mean, I’m not planning to go back to Bali anytime soon, but who knows? Maybe I will post some more about it some time in the future. Never say never.

As I mentioned, in this post I’ll be sharing a review of the last place I stayed in Bali. It’s in Kuta area, and while Kuta might lose its popularity as it has become super touristy… The accommodation that I stayed in was actually the great one that I’d totally recommend for anyone traveling to Bali with their family.

It’s Grand Kuta Hotel & Residence, and here’s my review!

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2020 New Year’s Resolution: My Goals to Embrace the New Decade

Merry Christmas, everyone! 😀

As you may already know, I don’t really celebrate Christmas. But spiritually, I definitely love the holiday seasons as well as the season’s greeting that always comes up with gifts and cookies. Anyway, since I don’t really follow Christmas tradition as I grew up mostly in a Muslim household… I’ll take some time to write about my new year’s resolution for 2020 instead.

It’s gonna be exciting. New year, a new decade, and some more new place(s) to explore in the future… My new year’s resolution for next year definitely marks my adulting life. Why? Well, let’s see!

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Some Must-Visit Places in Bali (or Are They, Really?)

I gotta admit, there were a lot of distractions even though I was planning to write this post yesterday. From the technical reason of my computer being shitty, to the fact that I got too lazy to edit the pics. But anyway, 2020 is around the corner and procrastination is something that I’m trying to avoid next year. Or so I said. 😛

So, after reviewing Penida LaCasa Cottage and sharing with you how much I had fun on Nusa Penida… I’m going to write about the must-visit places in Bali, according to a lot of travelers coming to the island.

As you probably know already, it was my first time in Bali so I tried to visit all the main tourist destinations most people would suggest to me when it comes to the island. I didn’t have time to visit all the places, but I managed to stop by some must-visit tourist destinations there so I figure that maybe I should leave my two cents here.

Are they really must-visit places in Bali? Let’s see!

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5 Reasons Why Traveling Solo Can Be Life-Changing

You might not immediately consider traveling solo as a viable means of travel, but many people argue that it can be a freeing, spiritual, and even life-changing experience. Being independent and arranging travel for yourself is the perfect way to learn to be alone while reveling in the beauty and freedom that the world around you can bring.

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