When things get crazy and you’re constantly finding yourself fighting fire, here’s a bit of advice, take a couple days off, tell everyone to hang on for a bit and take off to Bali with a couple of friends who know exactly what you need 🙂
Yes, that’s what I did and with a little less than 24hours left in Bali, I’m so grateful for this trip. I do feel much much better and this post is going to be a constant reminder of how really good and rejuvenated I feel right now. So much so, I’m ready for work on Wednesday. Yes, it was that good a holiday 🙂
I spent it most of it chilling by the pool, reading and looking up into the sky. Now I just have to remember to do that more often and if you haven’t done it lately, there’s always this weekend 🙂
One of the best Italian places in Seminyak is Ultimo. It’s along the Laksmana area and usually packed with people. Why? It’s food that’s good at really really reasonable prices. So it’s no surprises that yesterday we found ourselves there again 🙂
So here’s the string of photos that I took with my iPhone and it’s cool photography apps.
It was a fun fun night.
Couldn’t have ask for a more relaxing Sunday and with no Monday blues to battle, I am a happy camper. Even though it’s raining right now and everyone is down for a nap 🙂 I’m updating on my iPhone and catching up on Entourage.
Here’s a pic from yesterday, just before we started our hour and a half massages.
It was simply divine. So if you ever find yourself in Seminyak, Bali you have to check out Cool Spa 🙂
Another update from my nifty iPhone. We’re at a villa in Seminyak, my favourite area in Bali, called Paya Paya. It’s a perfect spot to call home for four days 🙂 This is the view when Resh and I leave our room. I can so get used to this …
So it rained last night, there’s a slight mozzie issue and right now a fly one but we are in Bali!!! After a good night sleep, the sun’s out and we have a whole day ahead of us. I’m sitting on a deck chair by the pool, flipping through magazines and posting from my iPhone 🙂
It’s the annual getaway 🙂 I can’t wait to basically just do N.O.T.H.I.N.G.
Will post a pic from there but for now here’s to three people I’m so glad to be sharing Bali with.
When something as history making as Pixar is in town, you check it out. That’s what Daryl and I did when we were invited to the official opening of the exhibition here in Singapore. Just like when I visited the Ghibli Museum in Japan, the exhibition reminded me why the craft of animation never fails to inspire me 🙂
The end product is always a delight to be a part of but it’s the process that helps one appreciate the end product even more. So to see the different versions of Sulley or all the concept art from Cars, makes you wonder about all the work that goes to making the magic happen. I really enjoyed it so much that I’m planning to go back. Yep, all by myself and slowly walk the hall 🙂
That’s my plug for the exhibition 🙂 If for nothing else, go for the Toy Story Zoetrope. It will enthralled even those who couldn’t care less for the craft.
It isn’t the best picture of me but the only one I got from my iPhone :p When I get the other pics from Erv, I’ll post them up. My only advice is to make sure the person who you ask to take your pictures know what he is doing. If not you get pictures like the former i.e. you are not ready when they click or the next one …
Where they think Sulley and Mike aren’t worthy to be in the picture :p
P/S: Happy Earth Day!!!