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Poetry Corner - A New Hope

A New Hope

A new feeling…

A feeling of contentedness…

Of wanting to leave what’s familiar…

Of wanting to shed all things external, unimportant in the scheme of things, u… 50 more words

The Bali Squirrel

These gorgeous little fellows are just about everywhere in Bali. They are very curios and can be quite friendly, even touchable at times. They are not known to carry the Rabies  virus (which is good to know) They are very quick and can be hard to get a good photo of, if you don’t have the patients. 158 more words


Indonesian / Bali Visa

I wanna get straight to the most important things to be aware of when you are travelling through Indonesia:

Visa – This is often a confusing topic for travellers who don’t know how long they wish to stay for. 707 more words

From SIN to HEL(L)

One last steamy noodle soup on Changi airport, followed by a lovely sticky choccie brownie in the Qantas First lounge. Seated between a lady with a huge Vuitton bag and immaculate tresses, and a gentleman executive of some global company, I felt quite the tramp with my dirty daypack, pink hoodie, and harem pants. 114 more words


5 Things to do in Ubud, Bali

Ubud has so much more to offer than just a visit to the Sacred Monkey Forest… and it’s a place where you could easily lose track of time between rice fields, yoga, palaces, organic food… Ah, I feel at peace just thinking about Ubud. 580 more words

Temples and Sarongs

After Mount Batur, we headed to a few temples. Each location required us to wear sarongs to cover our legs. Our tour guide told us a bit about temples and offering and their significance to the Baliense people. 123 more words


Australia's Tigerair expects to resume Bali flights on Feb 3

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Tigerair Australia said it expects to resume flights to Bali from Feb 3, almost three weeks after the airline’s permission to fly to the island was revoked by Indonesia due to a bureaucratic technicality. 303 more words

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