Bali culinary paradise

IMG_7145Warung Lada. Super affordable and delicious vegetarian dishes.



Balinese coffee and fresh mango served my by hostel keeper…


Sari Organik. MUST try when in Ubud.


Clear Cafe. Delicious healthy dishes and beverages and impressive yet cozy interior.


Fueling up in between working, authentic Balinese food


Breakfast at Jiwa Damai


The most delicious and FRESH salads ever, Alchemy.


Sari Organik, again


Snacking at Juice Ja Cafe.

IMG_7367Another fresh salad with local ingredients. LOVE tempeh. This was our Christmas Eve dinner 😉

Having eaten campus food for couple months now, I appreciate even more the fresh and local food I got to eat in Bali. Here at HKUST, I get the feeling of being alive and living good life by learning a lot at my classes and by getting to be surrounded by such international and interesting people every day, but the food indeed is not stimulating in any means.

Also, the weather we are getting now is making me grateful that I got to experience Hong Kong at its best, at fall time. Most days are grey and sometimes the visibility is no more than 20 meters because of the fog. No need to say how humid it is. Today we’ve had a thunderstorm all day and right now no one can even think about stepping their foot outside. The strength of the storm is something we never experience in Europe.

Therefore, I’m channeling my energy to studying and relaxing;). And a little party never killed nobody… In our case this means celebrating The American 21st birthday of my Californian friend in Macau aka Las Vegas of Asia next weekend 😉 Can’t wait to experience this big celebration for the first time!