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My Stars experience starts

My Stars experience starts

After 25 hours travelling, I arrived in Bali. I really wanted to discover what I expected here in Indonesia: It is the first time I set foot in Asia. At the airport, our coordinator Djinaldi was waiting for us to give us a warm welcome. Before going to our accommodation in Kuta, he showed us around and we went to the University of Tourism (an authentic replica of a hotel where students can do internships).
I was impressed with the architecture of buildings: I think I would never get tired of taking photos of every temple, every carved wooden door or window, and of traditional Balinese houses…
It really grabbed my attention the importance of the Hindu rites in Balinese daily life, which makes this island so special: each step I take, I find many offerings around: mini baskets with different flowers and incense.
People say creating expectations is not good, but since my arrival, the first impressions about Bali and about our host organization are exceeding all expectations. Therefore, I can not say anything other than: “I can´t believe how lucky I am for living this experience”.



About Rocio

Empeñada en disfrutar al máximo cada experiencia de mi vida, me defino como una persona extrovertida, positiva y con un cierto punto de locura. Me encanta viajar y descubrir nuevas culturas, ya sea compartiendo una comida, probando la bebida típica del país o hablando con la gente sobre la religión y otras cuestiones filosóficas mientras vemos un atardecer. En mi camino, me dijeron “no sueñes tu vida, vive tus sueños”, y en ese camino estoy, ahora haciendo parada en Bali. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I love making the most of every experience of my life, I define myself as outgoing, positive and with a touch of madness. I love travelling and discovering new cultures, sharing a meal, tasting the typical drink of the country or just talking about religion or philosophic stuff while looking at the sunset. On my way, someone told me “don´t dream your life, live your dreams”, and I am in that way indeed, now making a stop in Bali.

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