Today is the final entry of my three-part Bali series and I couldn’t be more excited to share this special last post with you all. Over the past two weeks, I shared where we stayed our first week and what we were up to. This week, I am giving you an inside peak into where my husband and I decided to spend our final week in Bali…..at the beautiful Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay. This one-of-a-kind resort was designed as a traditional Balinese village with luxurious villas spreading 35 acres of oceanfront. Immediately upon entering their outdoor lobby, we were greeted by the Four Season’s attentive staff with wet face towels and the resorts signature drink. As we made our way to the room in one of the many golf carts owned by the resort, I had difficulty controlling my excitement as we passed beautiful landscapes, restaurants and waterfront views.
Today, I’m sharing the second entry to my three-part Bali series. Last week I showed an inside peak into my stay at the beautiful St. Regis Bali Resort and next week I’m taking you back to yet another slice of heaven. Although it was hard to leave the two resorts we stayed at….we did venture off on the daily to explore what the beautiful Bali had to offer. Prepping this post, I had a difficult time narrowing down and curating my photos to share with you all. As a result of an overwhelming amount of photos and lists, I decided instead to showcase my 5 Top Highlights!
For the past three weeks I have shared a series on my recent NYFW adventures (you can read the posts here: one, two and three). I really enjoyed breaking down my travels into distinct posts and as a result reminiscing about my recent memories. Therefore, I decided to start up another three-part series…. but this time instead of NYC….I’m taking you to Bali!
Just a few months weeks back, my husband and I packed our bags and took the lengthly haul over to Indonesia. Ever since I read Diane Von Furstenburg’s first biography about her time living in Bali…I knew this was a place I must visit. With much research and debate over where we would like to devote to our honeymoon travels, Bali continued to come up at the top of the list. Paul and I continue to reminisce on the daily about what we feel was ‘hands down’ the best two weeks of our lives together. If you are currently looking for your next adventure or a honeymoon destination, I can’t recommend the island of Bali enough!
Just over a month ago, a dream of mine to attend New York Fashion Week came true. Just days before I flew to NYC, opportunity to attend a few shows were presented to me that I could not pass up. Myself and my friend who resides in Los Angeles, Erica from www.erienick.com, packed our bags, booked a last minute flight and set off to the city that truly never sleeps.
The past two weeks I touched on my recent trip to the big apple in a three part series: Where I Ate & Where I Stayed. Today, the final post in my #NYFW series, is what I was truly was up to besides cafe hoping!
A few weeks back, myself and my friend, Erica from www.erienick.com, headed to NYC for fashion week. Due to the fact that we were both leaving the comfort of our homes for an entire week and that NYFW is notorious for being hectic and busy…..a comfortable place to rest between our busy schedules was a must! After searching online and scrolling Instagram relentlesy, 1 Hotel Central Park consistently caught our eyes as the only option!
1 Hotel has three different locations: Central Park, South Beach and now a new location next to the Brooklyn Bridge. Staying at a 1 Hotel is a different experience than previous hotels I have stayed at…..and that’s truly an under statement. For one thing, the hotel is located just minutes from Central Park…enough said! However, in addition to the perfect location, 1 Hotels are focused on bringing an ‘at one with nature’ experience to all of their guests. Reclaimed wood and 100% organic cotton is used throughout their hotel, their food is solely farm-to-fork and if that wasn’t enough….the hotel has complimentary rides for their guests in Tesla electric vehicles. This last fact is what I plan to use to persuade my husband for future stays……shhhhh……he has a thing for Tesla’s and anything and everything that is environmentally friendly.