A village in Bali Canggu? Okay, there’s lots of tourists here alright (yes, “digital nomad” is just a fancy word used nowadays instead). Our presence changed the face of many places forever and Canggu is one of such destinations. From a quiet, agricultural village to a hip surfer town. Well, maybe not a town just… Read More Living In An Art Gallery: The Street Art Of Canggu, Bali
Be careful what questions you ask Lynda because the next thing you know, you’ll be taking part in a Balinese cremation ceremony. After a few days of driving around Bali, I realised that I haven’t seen any cemeteries. Nor anything that could pass as such. Excited by the big realisation, I asked my Balinese friends… Read More What Do The Balinese Do With The Departed?
When in Bali… Do as the Balinese do. Turns out, they go rafting. Great news for me! I’ve always enjoyed watching rafting on TV but never had a chance to do it. I guess the sport was just waiting for the right moment and the right moment came with Lynda.
Go with the flow I take whatever comes my way – the good and the bad. It’s hard for me to say, which one of these is a trip to a Balinese orphanage. Perhaps the point is that it doesn’t fit the frame? Isn’t it better when things are not one or the other? When… Read More Pancake Party In Denpasar, Bali
All right. So, my knuckles are finally healing. Why would they have to…? Where do I live? My accommodation is pretty basic or pretty splendid – depends where on the scale you’re at. After my archaeo shed experience in Crimea, I don’t have a scale anymore. A sink, toilet, bed? Luxury. No explosives? Always a… Read More 3 Things That Has Changed: Working From Bali
Lost in translation It’s a fact that translation takes me to interesting places. I’ve already written about Edinburgh, now is the time for another adventure: I’m taking you to Bali. BTW – Do you want me to translate something for you? Don’t hesitate! I’m sure we’re gonna have fun 😉