Mount Agung doesn’t seem to let us forget about it being a dangerous volcano. Although silent and peaceful most of the time, now and then, Agung reminds us of Earth’s incredible powers.
Discovering Indonesian volcanoes is a real adventure and one of the most challenging and gratifying things to do in the archipelago. Belonging to the Ring of Fire, which is an area in the Pacific Ocean where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur, volcanoes in Indonesia are among the most active in the… Read More Bromo and Ijen: A Trip To Java & Volcano Trekking
What do I love the most about living in Canggu? Food, of course! Well, food, the ocean, the chilled out atmosphere of a village drowned in tropical beauty, good people left and right, but let’s go back to my favourite Canggu subject, which excites me to the point of no return.
So, you’ve finally made it to Bali! The Island of Gods has a lot to offer and it can be overwhelming to decide where to start your adventure.
When I arrived in Canggu, Bali, I was stunned by the street art covering some of the walls. A lot has changed since then, and it seems that no walls are blank anymore. However, before that happened, I had a chance to talk to Konfucius, one the founders of Choose Life (CL), a crew that… Read More Choose Life in Canggu
When I travelled to Asia for the first time, I knew it would be the perfect moment to learn how to ride a scooter. I always loved motorbikes but never had the chance to ride one and a moped seemed like a good first step.
After spending last two months away from Indonesia, coming back to Bali was a dream come true. Bali doesn’t feel the same. It’s not the mysterious land that I arrived to in July last year. It isn’t the foreign mindset and unfamiliar culture.
What should you do when you’re in Bali and the only reliable mode of transport is a motorbike? Learn how to ride one! And do it fast.
Since the hunt for the Balinese jewellery, I’ve had an inclination of doing the same with the expat bling. Most foreigners that I meet in Bali are making bags, swimming suits or jewellery, so there’s a fertile ground ready for exploration.
Bali is known for its silver. All Balinese silver products are handmade and some of the techniques are over 400 years old. In the olden days, silver was utilised for detailed ceremonial bowls and ornate boxes, but never jewellery.