Going through the photos now, while Storm Katie is aggressively shattering our windows, it feels like such a far away dream. But even though it feels so long ago, I can still remember the taste of the fresh fruits, the peaceful sound of the waves, the beautiful sun slowly rising from beyond the ocean, such magical memories at The Mulia.
Whenever I travel I love experimenting, and this time wasn’t an exception as I wanted to taste Bali in every way possible. After having spent a few days on the West side of the island, followed by utter peace in the heart of Ubud, we headed East ready for yet another experience.
Nusa Dua, the area where The Mulia is located, is perfect for both families and romantic vacations. Unlike the rest of Bali where the waves perfect for surfing can scare people away, Nusa Dua has much more calm and shallow waters. And sometimes all I need for happiness is a good swim in the ocean.
The Mulia was really not just a relaxing visual experience, but also a gastronomical one. With so much food 3 times a day we were getting up every day excited to try something new and couldn’t stop eating the delicious ice cream.
Ah, Bali, if only I could reunite with you right now…