• Have you ever excused your instincts for not doing what you actually want to do?
  • Do you think it’s worth it to skip your love or passion for some other productive chore?
  • Do you think choosing priorities means to choose what is more profitable and not sentimental or impulsive?

Ah! Let’s start without equivocations. I have come across a lot of people who believe, choosing priorities means deciding on what is the most productive or profitable for them. Is that so? Of course, not.

Priority means something that is regarded as more important than others – emotionally, mentally and physically.

Knowing and setting your priorities is the most important thing a person should accomplish, whether it’s in your work or in relationships. You should make decisions that you stand by in every situation or any circumstance.


No, I didn’t choose prosperous things above emotions. But I chose emotion over more critical emotions. Quite confusing, right?

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I wanted to be a traveller, a photographer or something which will inspire me to stay with nature and wildlife. I considered myself a wild, rooted, powerful and authentic soul which feels oneness with this realm. But, I chose what allured my loved ones the most. Pursuing management, working as an educator and launching my own business world, of course, made me more skilled and sophisticated from the outer figure, but it’s still wild within.🤓

Finally after ageing a lot, of course😂, I turned on my impulses and started working on photography. Trekked and traveled a lot. In this post, I will share a few of my best shots and moments of my crazy tale. Every time I get an opportunity to work on any photography blog, I feel super excited. So, let’s get started!


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Penida Islands cover 3 most beautiful group of islands. Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida make up the trio of islands, each with uniquely breath-taking landscapes. In this blog I’m just covering one Island as wrapping so much of beauty in one blog is too difficult!😄


Nusa Penida is the biggest of the three Nusa Islands just off from mainland Bali. There are so many awesome things to do on Nusa Penida Island. I’m jotting a few of them that I loved the most.

1. Kelingking Beach

I still remember the moment I laid eyes on the beach below. It felt like I was a human drone. I gazed the crystal clear water slowly form into a wave before crashing below us, that was amazing!
The cliffs form in the shape of a Tyrannosaurus Rex at Kelingking Secret Point Beach. It is bound to be a crowd favorite.

2. Angel’s Billabong

A crystal clear tide pool cascades into the ocean on the east coast of Nusa Penida. The Billabong is a remarkable formation of rocks. The crystal clear water allows you to see the patterns and textures beneath the surface. Because of its mesmerizing landscape, this is the most photographed place in Nusa Penida.

3.Broken Beach

Broken Beach is an incredible little cove on Nusa Penida island. Sometimes mother nature leaves us with something quite remarkable. From above the cove appears almost circular and closed in, however, at eye level the arch is quite high.

4.Teletubbies Hill

Nusa Penida is known for its epic coastline. However, there are actually many rice fields and rolling hills throughout the island, which is actually really large. Teletubbies Hill is a great spot to understand just how diverse the landscapes are on Nusa Penida.

5.Pura Goa Giri Putri Cave

The Pura Goa Giri Putri Cave is perched midway up the mountain, accessible by a steep winding staircase. We crawled into a narrow passage. Once inside, the roof opened up and we were inside a 300m long cave. I would have loved to yell out and hear the echo in this massive underground temple. Instead, we wandered around, enjoyed the smell of the incense and the eerie atmosphere before crawling out again.

6. Tembeling beach, Natural pool & Forest

Tembeling Beach is a little hideaway bay at the end of a crazy motorbike ride down through the forest. Along the way, you will pass by the Tembeling natural pools. The road is very steep, is a single file and often so rocky that you are walking pace anyway just trying not to fall off. However, I just want you to be aware that this will probably be the worst drive for your time on Nusa Penida and it can be dangerous.

7. Yellow Bridge

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Yellow Bridge is an iconic, brightly coloured suspension bridge connecting two small islands off the coast of Bali. At night, this picturesque landmark lights up, attracting tourists posing for selfies.

It’s really hard to select the best among Nusa Penida’s enormous beauties. Hope you loved this picturesque journey. I am glad to celebrate this International Photography Day with you all. It’s just a glimmer of my Bali travels. More is yet to come.

I’m eagerly waiting to witness your favourite spot and photographic journey!

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