We were off to Bali with a pretty sizable list of things to go and places to see – as always.
But then life happened.
In a good way, of course.
Because, with barely 5 days in our pockets, on an island where getting around takes quite a bit of time (despite the relatively decent infrastructure) there was just too much to do & waaay too little time..
At some point, you have to tell yourself to: just chill the heck down & enjoy the show.!
So I abruptly tore my to-do list and brought it back to basics, giving in to the most delicious piece of laziness I’ve had in quite a while.
… More Bali-laziness, Fireflies & Shooting Stars
Here’s my 3rd and last book review from the Bali readathon, which I actually finished after getting back, but I’m sure it still counts.
Snowing in Bali is a very well written book and a fantastic first hand account of the drug landscape in Bali.
The stories in the book are those of seemingly regular people, who were drawn into the whirlwind, glamorous, scary and dangerous life of drugs, their rise and fall and current predicament… … More A Bali Readathon #3: Snowing in Bali
I came across Seawalker in my search for snorkeling options, and got quickly convinced to change plans.
Because, even with all the great progress in my recent swimming lessons (muchas gracias, Elvis!) and the eventual life vest I guess you can wear while snorkeling, it just seemed easier to do this seawalk.
Plus, I’ve always dreamed of playing astronaut!
And this was the Cousteau type of astronaut , so double win!
….. … More Wannabe Underwater Astronauts – in Bali!
We’re really switching gears from Revolt in Paradise, with this one!
Balilicious is unfairly listed as a chick flick, and now that I’ve read it I know and would seriously disagree with that label..
… More A Bali Readathon #2: Balilicious
Most unfortunately, my daring plan to cover 5 different books during my 30h flight to Bali failed miserably!
This, when my Kindle app got into a squabble with my Spotify app.. Then my Samsung tablet couldn’t handle the pressure anymore and just abandoned me, mid-reading!
Leaving me crying – most literally – because I then had to entertain myself with movies and I made the mistake of watching …
… More A Bali Readathon #1: Revolt in Paradise