Hope you had a great weekend. I had a pretty awesome end of the week. Sanjeev and I had some evening drinks with friends on Thursday. That pretty much set the tone of the weekend. And yesterday Sakshi and I went to Guppy by Ai. I had been wanting to go there since a long time but Mr Husband wasn’t too keen.:P So I went with my favourite Restaurant Hopper, Sakshi. It was her first time too there. The food was yum and the place was so cute and colorful. I mean they have polka dotted bathroom *swooon*
How have you guys been? It feels like ages since I have written on Faux Pas. My life is pretty much revolving around IMBB these days. I am absolutely looooving doing product reviews these days. I am also loving being back on Instagram. Plus, there are some new things that Sanjeev and I are trying for IMBB. Let’s see how that goes.
I haven’t watched any movie for a while now. I am looking forward to watching ’2 states’ though. Have you watched any good movie of late.
This evening was spent sipping champagne with friends. It was a great evening. It feels like weekend already.
It’s summer time and it is definitely shorts time. I personally have never been much of a shorts wearer. From the every beginning my mom had decided that her daughter was going to grow up wearing dresses and skirts and not shorts and pants. Well, it pretty much has stayed with me. I am always bent towards dressing up more feminine and girly as opposed to tom-boyish. But you can definitely dress up your shorts in more feminine way. They need not be restricted to wearing just on the beach or for a causal outing with friends.
1, 2 : Pair your lace shorts with a girly flowy top. Or go the tougher way and apir your denim cut outs with a crisp white oversize shirt. Don’t forget the hat for that extra something.
We planned our trip from makemytrip.com. They give you a dedicated team member who plan your itinerary. You can customise the trip as per your budget and requirements. You can look for group departures in order to bring down the cost.
Malaysian currency is Ringgit. Do get some before leaving India because in the plane sometimes they accept only Ringgit if you want to buy food.
Places to Visit : Bukit Bintang *, Petronas Twin Towers (book your tickets before hand if you want to go up on the bridge for the view), Batu Caves*, Cave Villas, Sunway lagoon Waterpark (it was under renovation when we went there), Thean Hou Temple*.
If you have a few more days in hand, you may head to Langkawi. It’s a beautiful beach destination and very near to Kuala Lumpur. We personally were more interested in exploring Bali. It was one of my dream destination and Sanjeev made it true for me. Continue reading →
This is my post from our last day in Bali. We really stretched ourselves to soak up as much of beauty as we could in one day. Mr Husband has tried to capture as much gorgeousness of the place as he could through his photography. I hope you like them. :))
We started our trip with Pura Puseah Desa Batuan Temple. It’s a village temple of Batuan. It’s an ancinet temple built in 11th century and is famous for its stone carvings and stunning architecture. There were lovely courtyards inside the temple. It looked like a beautiful house of someone – peaceful, charming and very welcoming. Continue reading →