Started Backpacking eight months ago.. Today I see leaving home to do this the best choice I’ve made so far. Not even in my wildest dreams could I have
Recap from our new years week in Bali! Thanks for watching and enjoy!
From Amed’s fisherman in Bali to a sulfur carrier at Kawah Ijen volcano in Jawa, through Rinjani in Lomb, here is my video of the trip through Indonesia.
A couple of days after our white water rafting expedition, we were making our way back to Ubud to go cycling. We went further north of Ubud this time, starting from Mount Batur and going on a mainly downhill cycle for 20.5 kilometers.
It’s hot in Bali. Scorching, in fact. Year round, temperatures hover between 28-33 degrees celsius. So, you have three options. First, follow the crowds and flock to the beach for surfing, swimming, sunbathing and selling
How adventurous are you when it comes to eating local cuisine when you travel? To me, being immersed in a culture through food is one of the highlights of my travels. I’ve tried salty, oily, milky tea in Mongolia, pigs’ ears sauted in garlic in the Philippines and squirming live octopus tentacles in South Korea – and that’s just in Asia.
“Massage? You want massage?” She called out to my fiancé Michael and I from her perch on the steps outside her salon, giving me the once over as she monotonously ran through the words.
Do you the water – but don’t want to lie on the beach or splash around all day? For the adventurous traveler to Bali, white water rafting is right up your stream.
Bali is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Australians – it’s not far (from Darwin it’s just over a two and a half hour flight), it’s cheap and it has a lot of the ingredients that Aussie tourists – sun, sand, and cold beer.