Can’t exactly go diving or engaging in any fun water sports now that we have a toddler & pregnant woman in tow. We kept it slow paced & low key.
I think it was also the first time Bubs actually stared at the actual sun dipping slowly over the horizon. We don’t get such raw experiences in the city.
Visited a luwak plantation, Bali safari park, had a fabulous cheap buffet lunch over looking the magnificent view of Mount Batur, climbed hundreds of uneven steps down (and back up) to get close to a waterfall… that’s about most of the “adventurous” stuff we did in Bali.
This second pregnancy isn’t as easy as I’d expected compared to my first. Gynae told me to walk less & stay home more less I get into premature labour. It’s akin to being under house arrest. So I’ve been wreaking my brains & surfing Pinterest on ideas to keep both Bubs & myself occupied at home. Currently he is rather into the whole STEM thing.
One failed experiment was the musical straws which for the life of me, I could NOT figure out how to produce any sound close to a musical note by blowing air into the straw after following all the instructions correctly.
More posts on our STEM activities soon!
Places we stayed, ate & services we used during our Bali trip that I would highly recommend: