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.
Riding lessons in Bali
I quickly grasped the rules of riding two wheels and I hoped that I could upgrade to a real motorbike. Tommy left, I stayed. When in Bali, enjoying life is such an easy thing to do…
I didn’t have to wait all that long until my next Teacher came along: JC. His motorcycle was quite big, 250cc, and when we met for the first lesson, he expected that I would stumble, fall and whatever else.
None of that happened as Tommy did a good job with the first teaching step. Also, my love for motorbikes gave me a special motivation to learn the basics quickly.
Always on the move
Since then, I’ve been riding a little monster everywhere (in Bali you walk only on the beach or in a shopping mall). I’ve been on several road trips (easy-peasy), did some off road on a dirt bike (I fell down more times than I bothered to count), I also rode a magnificent Royal Enfield in Kerala, and I dreamed of journeys to come (like the Ho Chi Minh trail – anyone up for an adventure?).
Somewhere among all that, I was photographed by a very talented duo, Jelena & Nemanja, the founders of Dreams Studio Bali. What comes next, is a photo shoot from Jimbaran.
Dream Studio Bali, thank you for spoiling me! It feels good to look good 😉
Have you got some questions or need an advice about Bali? Leave a comment below. In the meantime: Enjoy!