My #SOLOTRAVEL Guide to #BALI: Planning an itinerary for #BALI

When I was planning my trip to #Bali, I took it like any other destination. I would go for a holiday, would appreciate the beauty of the place, would swim on the water, go sightseeing and a little bit of shopping and I would be back home with happy memories. Also, the plan was to revisit the place from time to time, only while I would go through my picture gallery!!

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Travelling to #Bali, it’s everlasting Memory..

Do you love warm sunny days, breezy evenings by the beach and the touch of crumbly yet soft sand under your bare foot?

It’s not that I can’t think of any other option but only one; but maybe that’s the visual problem of beach lovers like me or it’s Only ME; any blue wavy movement somewhere, overflowing the horizon, I assume it to be a beach!!

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Indonesia- My first ever Solo Travel

The excitement was way too high since morning, I was trying very hard to concentrate on my work, as i had to pull few clogged ends at work before giving a handover to my boss for next one week. Finally I am flying out of the country tonight, for some days and what’s so big deal!! This is me travelling with myself for next entire week.

On the way to the airport, all of a sudden I was getting nervous (I still haven’t understood the reason), and after clearing the immigration, all of a sudden, I was feeling so light and free without any tension. I was only looking forward.

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My Solo Travel Guide to #Bali- A full day sightseeing of Bali from #Sanur.. #Indonesia Travel on a Budget

Belanjong Temple, Sanur:

I had purposely kept one day to footslog around the town and decided to visit Pura Belanjong on foot. My apartment in Sanur was close to Parigata beach, from here it took me 25 minutes to reach Belanjong temple taking bypass road. Belanjong temple is rarely visited by tourists, a small tranquil temple, sitting here for sometimes feels really good. There is another attraction behind the temple, called Belanjong inscription. It’s a fat cement pillar, with some Sanskrit and old Balinese language carved on it. Though nothing is described at the entrance or anywhere on the temple, neither the locals are very clear of the story, the place is very quite nice anyway.

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