Room at The Stones Hotel & BACK in BALI! – VLOG

Good day,

We’re spicing stuff up around here and I’m not just saying this because I’ve been pouring egregious quantities of such said “spicy” into my soups lately. I’m getting a bit tired of working on carpal tunnel and typing all the time / processing photos and I like making videos. As a result expect a lot more videos; I mean in September this blog turns 4 years old and I wanna shake it up a bit… So yeah, this was filmed right as I got to Bali and I’m here to attend The Fashion Festival, this is its inaugural show and so far so good…


This is my hotel room at The Stones Hotel in Legian, Bali. It’s part of the Marriott’s Autograph Collection and is a 5 star with everything you need including a helicopter pad attached to the penthouse, indeed. On the topic of a Bali helicopter trip, stay tuned in the future as I have a video of that as well. To say I’ve been enjoying my time here in Bali and at this hotel would be an understatement. I just wish I hadn’t shaken hands with a friend in Singapore called “The Programmer” as he was sick and now I am.

Sick in paradise sounds like sick of paradise but it’s not the same, I assure you.

In closing, big thanks to The Stones Hotel Bali & The Fashion Festival for the invite, loving it here.

Tips hat,

Author: SHABL

Rob has been traveling the world and living abroad for over a decade. The goal was to stop having a boring life and it turned into something far greater. He's worked with national tourism boards and been mentioned in National Geographic. These days he lives abroad and loves business, technology, the tropical lifestyle, good food and travel.

4 thoughts on “Room at The Stones Hotel & BACK in BALI! – VLOG

  1. Looks amazing dude. And a helicopter pad? Jesus. Get well soon, maybe a sauna or better yet hot yoga will sweat the sickness out.

    1. It is a great place, video of the Penthouse coming soon. That said, been trying to go really spicy; just wish I never shook my friend’s hand.

      That said, I just need to lay low and hope to be flying again in no time.

      Thanks for the well wishes and nice to hear from you, good sir.

    1. Good call Paul, you’re going to love it.

      When you’re here please eat egregious quantities of smoked salmon every morning for me.

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