Day 15: Seminyak

Having come in at 4am this morning we woke up at about ten feeling a bit worse for wear. We packed up our things and checked out and went for breakfast at this vegan cafe called Kynd.

The cafe is so instagrammable and Elanor’s outfit coordinated with the interior. We each ordered a smoothie bowl with our names on and a savory toast with scrambled tofu on it. I had smashed avocado with asparagus, mushrooms and rocket, and Elanor had smashed avocado with tomato and coconut feta cheese. It was such a good hungover/last breakfast to have before we leave and the names on our bowls made us so happy. We were incredibly full after.

SeminYAAAAS: Us with the girls we’ve picked up along the way

We happened to see Sophie from our hostel in the cafe as well and Eloise also joined us, so afterwards we went to the flea market to spend our last rupiahs and I got a present for my mum and a present for, well, me!

Eloise wanted to go and see the W Hotel entrance because it is meant to be very pretty so we walked over there to take a photo. They had golf buggys going up and down the driveway so we hopped on and ended up going for a drink at the hotel bar which overlooks the sea. I had a young coconut which was dyed pink – I have been loving the coconuts on this trip!

After that we went to get more food (I know) at Ling Ling’s. The restaurant was really cool and the waitresses wore Japanese school girl uniforms. We had sushi and I had a Korean Taco as well. We had to say our goodbyes to Eloise and we each hopped on a moped back to the hostel to shower one last time before we began the 24 hour journey back to the UK. Our taxi to the airport cost us 60k with the Grab app – such a difference compared to the 700k it cost us when we arrived!

So this is the end of our adventure in Bali. It has been the best holiday that I have ever been on and even though we were only away for two weeks, I feel as though we’ve been here for much longer than that. We both don’t want to go home and have both agreed that we want to come back as we didn’t get to do everything we want to and go to every place we wanted to – the Gili Islands for example. The locals are so lovely and the people that we have met along the way in our hostels have been great as well! I will be writing more formal posts on Bali but thank you for following along on my ramblings! They probably waffled on a bit and lacked punctuation, but I wanted to document our experience as I have a terrible memory and I like to remember what we did, so thank you for reading!


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