WaterBom at Bali

August 2012

Photos for this blog post is taken with my S3 because our camera died. So, I suppose the pictures are of smartphones quality.


After Baby Ryan had his morning breakfast- 6oz of milk, he started reading his books again.

We got ourselves ready for the day and left for breakfast at the cafe.

Because WaterBom was supposedly very near to Ramayana, we decided to push the stroller to the water park. The distance was indeed short but it was rather troublesome because of the stroller and the scorching sun.

With the WaterBom mascot! Entrance fees to WaterBom is quite steep- at USD 31 per adult. So, we paid USD 62 in total because it was free for Baby Ryan!

We mainly hung out at the Kids’ Play Area(which is very similar to Singapore’s Port of Lost Wonder), the Lazy Pool and another slide area. The place had alot more exciting slides and activities but we could not participate in them because of Baby Ryan. Next time, maybe!

We bought new Quiksilver rashie and boardshorts for Baby Ryan! Yes, he looks wayyy cooler than his parents.

I got really tired very soon and E took over caring for Baby Ryan…


We played for two hours or so before Baby Ryan got tired and fell asleep. Then, E and I went off for lunch at Bubba Gump. E ordered the Dixie Style Baby Back Ribs while I got the “I’m Stuffed!” Shrimps and our mains all came along with a free dessert. 🙂 Food was a-okay but what we enjoyed most was being able to watch Forrest Gump all over again while we were lunching.

We returned to the hotel for an afternoon nap before heading back to play at WaterBom again at 5pm. The whole family went for a few more rounds at the Lazy Pool and we left the water park. Baby Ryan fell asleep again(he must be super tired from the water activities) and so E and I went to do some Bali shopping- for dresses, bottoms and Ryan’s clothes.

Dinner was packed back to our room. It was from Stadium, a burger restaurant very near to our hotel. It was good and all of us enjoyed our dinner alot! Woots!



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