After got sunburn at the kite festival. well the sunburn it’s not that bad but still i want to go to the sanur village festival which is near to the beach. There was so many people here to see many things that is going on this festival. As you can all see on the gallery above my lomo bali friend and I was enjoying ourselves through this lovely festival.
The Sanur Village Festival 2009 contains many interesting event like Bonsai & Adenium Exhibition,Asia Africa Art & Culture and many more but the event that made me excited is the Bali Culinary Challenge. There are many shots on the gallery above which I took during the Bali Culinary Challenge. Some unique foods but almost of them are traditional delicious Balinese food that I loved to eat ;p
Oh yeah I almost forgot, there was a Bazar and Food Festival too. Eating there is a must after walking here and there then got sunburn ;p the best thing to get rid all that tideous moment is just eat delicious food. It’s so lovely to gather with your lomo friend, for me meeting new people is a good experience and sharing lomo thoughts is so cool especially when you’re on a holiday in Bali. And this Sanur Village Festival provide all of them. Good place good friends good festival and very very good atmosphere. LOMO ON,PEOPLE!!
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