1/ 2/ Ferry ride from Bali mainland to Nusa Lembongan 3,4/ Crystal clear waters and volcano in the distance 5,15/ Villa Bukit 6/ Packing lightly (Supermuse dress, Lover bikini, Samudra clutch, Karen Walker sunglasses, House of Holland sunglasses) 7,8&9/ About to dive in to the big blue (wearing ASOS bikini top and bottoms, Jennifer Zeuner necklace) 10/ Two local boys admiring the view from their backyard 11/ Buggy rides (ASOS overalls, Samudra clutch, Karen Walker sunglasses, market hat) 12,13/ Motorbike rides 14/ Overlooking the port (wearing Supermuse dress, Karen Walker sunglasses, See by Chloe sandals, Samudra clutch) 16,17/ Sunset from dinner at Indiana Kenanga 18,19/ Bali mainland bound
Thanks to a last minute invitation to stay at a friends new villa on the island of Nusa Lembongan, my family and I packed our super light backpacks and had a spontaneous family adventure. We caught the ferry for $50 return from mainland Bali to Nusa Lembognan, not having researched where we were heading at all. The villa itself was incredible, nestled amongst the trees on top of the mountain with views out over the sea towards Bali’s volcano’s. With barely any time there we still managed to not only relax, but also see a traditional Balinese funeral and cremation, the crystal clear waters while snorkelling from a boat, and getting around on bikes without feeling unsafe. I had originally planned to try and see the Gili islands this visit to Bali, but a change of plans made an unexpected discovery of this paradise.