Monday, October 7, 2013

Miranda Kerr ... Or Is It Her Twin?

Hey everyone,

I have written a few posts on plastic surgery in South Korea but this is just amazing and ridiculous. A girl from South Korea had undergone a plastic surgery to make her look like Miranda Kerr. 

She said, "I didn't do my forehead. I only did my eyes and nose. Besides that, I haven't touched anything. I didn't put anything in my cheeks and it's all fat".

She continues, "When I said I wanted to get surgery, everyone around me tried to dissuade me. In fact, people often asked if I had surgery even before I got it. I wanted to look like Miranda Kerr so I decided and went ahead with surgery".

This is how she looks like :

Do you think they look alike? In my opinion, not really......


Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Places To Visit in Bali, Indonesia

Hey everyone,

As you all know, my husband and I celebrated our 1st year wedding anniversary in Bali, Indonesia. As the public transportation there is not really good, so we hired a driver to go around Bali. It costed us about Rp 800,000 for a day tour and airport transfers. Well in my opinion, there's not that much to see in Bali but you may visit these places when you are in Bali:
Our first stop was having seafood in Jimbaran. The driver brought us to Blue Ocean Seafood.
We arrived during sunset so we had our dinner whilst watching the sunset.
We ordered shrimps for 2, squids for 2 and a fish. I costed us abour Rp 900,000 or RM300. I must say, it's very expensive.
Bali has a lot of temples but we decided to only visit just 1 temple and it's Tanah Lot Temple. It's about 30-minute-drive from Seminyak. This is how it looks like when the sea water recedes. Hence, I suggest you to go in the morning so that you may go closer to the temple.
Tanah Lot Temple.
For lunch, we went to Budesa for halal food. 
We had our lunch in a gazebo.
Having Bali Fried Rice and Seafood Fried Rice with Mango and Watermelon juice.

A must visit place for us...Hard Rock Bali in Kuta.
Not far from there is the Kuta Square where you can do a little bit of shopping.
We were told that Krisna sells cheap souvenirs. 
Seminyak Square is only 15-minute-walk from our villa. We went there at night for a stroll.
There we went to Cafe Bali to have some coffee.
Cafe Bali.
This fried shrimp is RM20. It's RM5 per piece!
Our hot chocolcate and mocha........
On our last day, we went the DFS Galleria in Kuta where you can buy tax free goods. You may also find DFS Galleria at the airport.
One of my good friend gave me dried mango all the way from Bangkok as a gift. So I became addicted to it. Bought 1 in Bali when I saw it. The airport is selling it way cheaper.
Please save Rp 150,000 per person for your airport tax. You will have to pay just before you check-in at the airport.

Bali is basically a place to go if you like spas and beaches. Also, a lot of places to visit there are the temples and ritual places . Since I don't really like beaches, thus, it was not our main priority to go there. Having dinner at the beach was adequate for us. I don't need to go to the spa as I am already seeing my Aesthetician every fortnight.

In opinion, the villas in Bali are nice and cheap. We may consider to go to Bali again should we want to try out other villas there.