Major throwback to my last visit to this enchanting little island in North Sumatra, TUK TUK!
I went to Tuk Tuk for my summer getaway for 3 days in June, and i had been missing it very much! It is located near the Samosir Island and surrounded by the beautiful Lake Toba. Okay, let's take a look for these pictures i snapped during my trip.
The atmosphere here is so cool and cozy that we have to stop our car and enjoy the moment.
We also took some pictures in the middle of the road!
The Lake Toba is indeed a breathtaking scenery. If you get the chance to look closer, you may catch a glimpse of fishermen's boats in the water. After we stopped our cars for about 30 mins, we continue our journey to the destination.
Our simple yet comfortable hotel. Not really far from the city centre.
The clear water and the rocky sand are all available for us!
There's a traditional boat which carries the tourists passed through our way every hour.
The view outside our hotel in the next morning.
A banana boat ride a day keeps the sadness away!
I finally got the chance to wear my polkadot blue dress which matches my straw hat. And my mini sling bag from Stradivarius that was actually a give from a friend. Thanks there!
Strolling around the island with my favorite sunglasses.
The moment right after they woke up and had their breakfast, they went directly to the beach to play sandcastles. Haha!
They built their own world made of sand.
Palms! That's where this blog name came from.
We had homemade pizzas for our lunch at nearby restaurants. The place was all decorated with football attributes since it was The World Cup 2014 season.
Matching ootds with all cousins: white shirt x denim dungarees
A picture of our super happy faces taken by my mom from the speedboat.
We also visited the traditional houses with pointed roofs. They were all very unique and can be found in almost everywhere at Tuk Tuk.
Do we look alike?
It was scorching hot that day. We tanned our skins while taking photos, but it was all paid off with the good results of the pictures.
The traditional markets called Tomok. They sell a lot of souvenirs such as handmade crafts, scarfs, printed shirts and pants, and necklaces. Almost all of those stuffs were handmade and can only be found here.
The banana boat ride got us all excited that we ached our arms and legs for standing and holding the ropes too much.
I guess all these photos had already sum up the whole trip, and i hope you enjoy all of them. Thankyou for sneaking in!