News, Culture & Society

American woman who fell in love with an Australian man at a beach club in Bali is trying to FIND him

An American nail technician who shared a kiss with a dreamy Australian in Bali is trying to track the man down – but only has one grainy photo to help with the search.

Kenya Williams, from San Diego, California, was on the second-last day of a girls’ birthday trip in early November when she met the Aussie at Finns Beach Club.

The 24-year-old believes the tattooed man from Down Under could be her ‘future husband’, but did not get a chance to exchange details with him.

She has approached Daily Mail Australia to seek help in locating the mystery man in the hopes of finally arranging to meet him again.  

A photo of the pair sitting in the pool together, engrossed in conversation, is her only means of connecting the stranger to a real person

Kenya Williams shared a kiss with a dreamy Australian man at Finns Beach Club in Bali and is attempting to track the tattooed male down

Kenya Williams shared a kiss with a dreamy Australian man at Finns Beach Club in Bali and is attempting to track the tattooed male down

‘I was having a conversation, working on getting his info, when my friend came in like a bat out of hell saying it was time to go and to get out the pool… worse than my mother,’ Kenya told FEMAIL.

What she does remember of the man, who will be called ‘Mr X’, is that he had brown skin, was between 6′ or 6’2 in height, had big round eyes, tattoos down his arms and a beard.

On the night they met, which was November 2, he was also wearing a burgundy coloured hat.

A photo of the pair sitting in the pool together, engrossed in conversation, is her only means of connecting the stranger to a real person.

The night began innocently at 6.30pm when Kenya and her five travel buddies arrived at Finns resort.

The night began innocently at 6.30pm when Kenya and her five travel buddies arrived at Finns resort (pictured with her friends)

The night began innocently at 6.30pm when Kenya and her five travel buddies arrived at Finns resort (pictured with her friends)

On the night they met, which was November 2, he was also wearing a burgundy coloured hat

On the night they met, which was November 2, he was also wearing a burgundy coloured hat

Half an hour later, when the club started selling ‘buy one, get one free’ drinks, Kenya locked eyes with Mr X at the bar.

‘We ended up in some sort of staring contest before I realised he was cute,’ she said.

‘My group made our way to the main pool area and we bought a section that turned out to be a couple’s area down from his group.’

Mr X swam over to ask if he could take a picture for the girls to remember their trip by, so Kenya’s friends agreed and allowed him to take it.

Feeling the effects of the alcohol they had been drinking that night, Kenya can’t remember exactly how their conversation began – only that it ended in a cheeky kiss.

Feeling the effects of the alcohol they had been drinking that night, Kenya can't remember exactly how their conversation began - only that it ended in a cheeky kiss

Feeling the effects of the alcohol they had been drinking that night, Kenya can’t remember exactly how their conversation began – only that it ended in a cheeky kiss

She described the passionate embrace as 'the best kiss she has ever had' and that 'she had clearly been deprived her whole life'

She described the passionate embrace as ‘the best kiss she has ever had’ and that ‘she had clearly been deprived her whole life’

‘He asked me, “Have you ever had an Australian kiss” and I said: “No but I’ve had an Eskimo one”,’ she said.

‘I started getting anxious because I’m thinking this fine man is about to kiss me and he just grabs me and does it.’

She described the passionate embrace as ‘the best kiss she has ever had’ and that ‘she had clearly been deprived her whole life’.

Kenya is hoping the Australian public will recognise Mr X so they can be reunited, as she is hoping to visit the country over summer (pictured in Bali)

Kenya is hoping the Australian public will recognise Mr X so they can be reunited, as she is hoping to visit the country over summer (pictured in Bali)

‘I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it as embarrassing as it may sound,’ she said.       

Kenya is hoping the Australian public will recognise Mr X so they can be reunited, as she is hoping to visit the country over summer.

‘If I could give him a message it would be you can’t go kissing me like that and think I’m just supposed to live life in America all the same. Your kisses are like a bag of Lay’s, I can’t have just one,’ she said. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


Comments are closed.