New Kuta Green Park is located in the Pecatu Indah enclave south of Bali. This 5ha waterpark was built alongside very large hotels in an attempt to create a major integrated resort. The waterpark was popular with domestic tourists for a while but is now closed. I enjoyed walking around and taking a few shots of the beautiful overgrown nature slowly taking over. I hope you enjoy!
Recently I went to India for a holiday. This was my fourth trip to this amazing country. When in Kolkata I was lucky to visit the popular Millenium Park by the Ganges river, which was full with families having fun on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon.
Here are a few pictures and some of my thoughts.
Millenium Park is in the heart of town, next to the administrative centre, and therefore very easy to reach for middle class families who solely rely on public transportation. It is where small boats depart on cruises on the river, an experience not to be missed with singers performing classic Indian tunes.
The robust children playground is one of the most popular attractions. No matter how rich or poor, how developed or not, active play and interaction with other kids always work!
Lots of families with kids, parents and grand-parents enjoying watching each other have fun, this is the recipe for success.
Some mild thrill as leveled playing field for kids, teenagers and adults. Feeling a bit scared and dizzy and sharing it with other people is one good way of creating lasting memories, something our industry is built on.
I loved watching these teenage girls race these bumper cars with so much passion and laughter.
The best for last. This rocking boat is handled manually by this man who uses a wheel on a driving belt to push the boat and give it speed, very DIY. Who said our industry had to be high-tech!?