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Hello from the Holiday Queen of Asia!

Hello dear Blogging friends, I am sorry it's been so long. I'm at the end of a massive fest of holidays and I'm ending on a high.

At the top of the world no less. Just look at this picture of Mount Batur, Indonesia which I took earlier this morning. I hope wherever you are in the world, your sunrise was as beautiful!

Dawn at Mount Batur, Bali
Let me just start by sharing my office with you. Here it is overlooking the paddy fields of Bali, somewhere between Denpasar and Padang for those in the know.

We are quite remote here and the hotel says don't blame them the internet is down, it's their provider! 

So I had to go exploring the area and find some decent Internet cover. The dog is my new companion at the street bar I found with the Internet. Isn't this the most perfect office for the day? Who care's there is no WIFi at the resort.

Little Wandering Wren office, Bali, Indonesia
I've been doing a tour of paradise locations of the world. No, not really but this is what it feels like.


What would your paradise be like?
Songkran Holiday in Phuket
Do you want a beach holiday above?

Would you prefer a holiday with friends or a holiday with the family?

Below are some pictures from our Easter holiday in Pattaya, Thailand

Do you like to be with crowds and feel like there is a party atmosphere, or be more secluded?

Or would you like my third holiday this month the Fitcation?

The Monttra Pattaya near Jomtien Beach, Pattaya
The what do I hear you ask?

My Bali Fitcation is a lot of fun. Every day we have started with Group Training at 6.30am except today. Today we started at 2.30 am to walk up one of Bali's active volcanoes. We were really lucky and got a great sunrise. It was worth getting up at this time for sure!

Later in the day, I have Personal Training in the gym - I think I might be in need of a massage at the spa afterward. It's a tough life. Tomorrow I will do a yoga class to loosen up a few stiff parts of my body!



Have you ever been on a fitness holiday? 

It's all go here!

Just a little sneak preview from my weekend...

After Songkran (Thai New Year) holiday, Easter holiday, Fitcation. I'm now back in Thailand where we are enjoying the King's Coronation holiday! 



Thank you to those of you who have been joining me on my blogging from A-Z Challenge Around the World with Wren on Little Wandering Wren - Travels. I'm a little behind schedule on account of always being on holiday!

So far we have been to :
Lovely to see you here as always!

Love



Comments

Sami said…
Fabulous photos Wren. Never heard of a Fitness holiday, I'm too lazy for that.
Enjoy all your holidays around the globe lucky lady :)
Angela said…
Bali looks so beautiful! I have a cousin who live there with her family but will return to US soon. Lovely post! Have a great day!
Jeanie said…
I think your fitcation would kill me! But I'd love any kind of holiday -- and family, friends or solo is fine by me. Lots of beautiful colors, beautiful blue here. Biggest sigh. We'll hit that soon but not soon enough!

On another note, I put together the lovely lantern shade and I love it! I'll send you a photo or post one soon!
Cynthia said…
I’m breathless just reading of your flits here and there. And especially that Fitcation! I’m yearning for the mountains lately, maybe because i live near the sea. Anyway, we have some medical issues we’ve been dealing with last month and this so it’s not likely we are going anywhere for a bit but that’s the paradise where I’d head I could. Your photos are wonderful.
It's always fun to read your posts about your latest adventures. The photo of Mount Batur should be published as a post or greeting card!!
Janice said…
Never been on a fitness vacation. But it is certainly beautiful to see yours.
Tanza Erlambang said…
Beautiful view... love it
Simply fabulous photographs …
Enjoy your holidays.

All the best Jan
Gattina said…
My goodness each time I come to your blog you are in another city, country or continent, lol ! I am glad that Google + doesn't exist anymore ! My husband is still in the rehabilitation clinic near Wavre that makes now 6 weeks. Don't know when he comes home. Fortunately the place is lovely !
Sara said…
I'm not peaky, any of the holidays will do! I would also trade my 4 walled office for yours.
I never had an organized fitcation (with planned classes and so on), but I have been wanting to do something like that. We are usually very active during our vacation, so I know it would be a lot of fun.
You are clearly having a great time, so please enjoy and keep posting so that we can dream about it :)
magiceye said…
Marvelous captures! Have fun!
PerthDailyPhoto said…
It's been years since we last holidayed in Phuket, Pattaya and Bali Wren. These days we seem to spend most of our time going back and forth to Sydney to visit our son and family. Looks like you are having a brilliant time.. enjoy enjoy and enjoy some more 😀
carol l mckenna said…
Wren ~ beautiful photography of a magnificent place ~ 'happy trails.'

Happy Day To You,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Nancy Chan said…
I am enjoying your holidays through your photos. I wouldn't having such an office like yours, with a dog as companion and that lovely view.
Jenn Jilks said…
Thanks so much for visiting. I'm trying to be happy with spring, but it is slow to start!
betty-NZ said…
These are really awesome photos that make me want to travel! Personally, I enjoy just Hubby and me out for 3-9 days at a time.

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