Blog Posts - Travel Bali



Climbing Off The Grid: Indonesia

  With more than 17,000 islands, thousands of ethnic groups, too many different cultures to count, Komodo dragons and colorful festivals, Indonesia could be the next exotic rock climbing destination on your bucket list. The volcanic origins of t...
by BarePockets on Dec 4, 2016

Climbing Off The Grid: Indonesia

  Indonesia, with its more than 17,000 islands, thousands of ethnic groups, too many different cultures to count, Komodo dragons and colorful festivals, has  potential to become the next exotic rock climbing destination on our bucket list. The...
by BarePockets on Dec 4, 2016

Antimainstream Tourism Destinations in North Bali

Who doesn’t know Bali? This small island located between Java and Lombok island is a tourism destination which is always full of tourists, whether domestic or non domestic. The island that is inhabited by around 4 million people has various choices...
by Bisfren on Jul 20, 2016

Travel | onze avonturen op Bali

Zoals jullie weten zijn mijn zusjes en ik een tijdje geleden voor Wander op reis geweest naar Singapore en aansluitend naar Bali. We hebben echt the time of our lives gehad!… Lees verder... Het bericht Travel | onze avonturen op Bali verscheen...
by BeautyLab on Jun 17, 2016

A New One On The Travel Bucket List – Bali

While this time, we didn’t make it to Indonesia, it is now a new destination on my travel bucket list! During the last 9 months we have travelled across the Americas and Asia and seen incredibly beautiful beaches for surfing, scuba diving or ju...
by Karate and Caviar on May 19, 2016

Instalab week 16 | Singapore en Bali

Selamat pagi! Vorige week was ik nog druk bezig met de voorbereidingen van onze Wander reis, en nu chill ik hem heerlijk op Bali, samen met mijn zusjes Larissa en Tara.… Lees verder... Het bericht Instalab week 16 | Singapore en Bali verscheen...
by BeautyLab on Apr 25, 2016

10 Tempat Wisata di Bali yang Harus Kamu Kunjungi

Siapa sih yang enggak kenal Bali? Pulau yang satu ini sudah dikenal luas oleh turis lokal dan turis internasional sebagai primadona wisata di Indonesia. Dengan dibekali iklim tropis, pantai yang indah, makanan yang khas, masyarakat yang ramah, kebuda...
by Aneka Top 10 on Apr 12, 2016

Departing is the only way to return

It was a long day of departure. Getting to the dock from the south end of the island took one hour instead of 20 minutes, thanks to road closures and cremation parade. There is only one main road on Lembongan … Continue reading →...
by This blue marble on Nov 18, 2015

Dream beach

A day at the beach. Nothing more than sky blue nail polish, turquoise water, golden sand, and a nutty dog. I watched a lady connect with him: after unsuccessful experiments of attempting to pet him or throw sticks, she frustratedly … Continue r...
by This blue marble on Nov 16, 2015

About yoga and living instead of existing

There are 3 main reasons people seem to come to Bali: yoga, surfing, or diving. Watching the surfers navigate the surfs breaking offshore at Jungutbatu I realized that all three lifestyle “sports” combine overcoming, or mastering, your bo...
by This blue marble on Nov 16, 2015

Seaweed farmers

Life on Lembongan used to be all about seaweed farming, and rectangular plots of seaweed used to grow in shallow waters everywhere. Now it is less seaweed and more tourists. In Jungutbatu the seaweed plots have given way to tourist … Continue r...
by This blue marble on Nov 14, 2015

The right priorities

Today has been a good day. Right now nothing is more important than watching the sun set. Except for perhaps choosing what to have for dinner.(Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia, August 2015) Tagged: Bali, Indonesia...
by This blue marble on Nov 13, 2015

Death wails and sleeping relatives

Last night was the night of death at Nusa Lembongan island, and the night of grief. I sat on my reed hut porch in the dark and listened to the death wails from the village. Sounds of men and women, … Continue reading →...
by This blue marble on Nov 12, 2015

Beach from hell

Imagine fine white sand, and lazy waves rolling into shore. Imagine a man flying a ship-formed kite, and children playing on the beach. Imagine a golden glow sunset, a cool drink in your hand, and a snuggly bean bag. Now … Continue reading U...
by This blue marble on Nov 10, 2015

A pilgrimage and a lucky return

At Seminyak beach I jumped into a Bluebird cab. “Take me to Tanah Lot temple, please.” “It is quite far and we would need to agree on a price” said the driver. The sole reason for why I chose to … Continue reading →...
by This blue marble on Nov 9, 2015

More water and rice fields – and ducks

  Just like to every other culture on this planet, to the Balinese water is holy. To them rice is holy, too, and a gift of God. Thus perhaps life is best managed by managing rice growth and water supply? … Continue reading →...
by This blue marble on Nov 8, 2015

Home of the Lady of the Lake

Up in the highlands, surrounded by mist, the lake is her home.  Her name is Dewi Danu. And sometimes, just sometimes, she surfaces to sit on the ledge of her temple. Never does she not find a sweet-and-rice offering from … Continue reading ...
by This blue marble on Nov 7, 2015

Pemulan Bali Balinese Farm Cooking School, Bali—Take a cooking class next time you travel!

If you want to come away from visiting a new place with a better understanding of the history and culture of that place, take a cooking class.  When doing your research, look at reviews and how long the school has been in business, but also take int...
by La Fuji Mama on Nov 5, 2015

The yoga of living – or staying alive

I am unable to describe (in words or pictures) the rain on the leaves, the rooster caws, the incense smoke from the morning offering, and the silence in the soundscape. There is no distraction and nothing else to do except … Continue reading &#...
by This blue marble on Sep 5, 2015

In the rice fields

There were new friends, and a path away from Ubud to the rice paddies, where the air is clean. There were newly planted rice greens, and palm trees.There was a famous sunset over the rice paddies – somewhere hidden behind … Continue readi...
by This blue marble on Sep 3, 2015


Trending Topics

Close