We were looking forward to our time in Kuta. Not because of the supposedly beautiful beaches, surfing and nightlife but because Rob’s Mum, Raffaella, and partner Roger were flying out to meet us and we would be staying in a posh hotel for the first time on our travels (we’ll let you work out which … More Kuta, Bali: Holiday Central
During our travels our friends back home would often joke that we would eventually return with our hearts filled with love, peace and positivity whilst having taken up new hobbies like yoga, wearing elephant pants and hugging trees. Well, we aren’t quite there yet, but if one place was going to get us down the … More Ubud, Bali: Vegan Food, Zen and Large Wooden Cocks
After our long ass trek up Mt. Rinjani we were expecting a few days of aching legs and walking around like Pinocchio. Hence we opted to head for some R&R on the Gili Islands which are just off the north-east shore of Lombok. There are three islands within the Gili Collective: Gili Meno (“Gili M”), … More Fun and Sun in the Gili Islands
Last time we wrote a blog about our awesome trek up active volcano Mt. Rinjani (find it here), but this time you can watch the highlight video. Lucky you. So, sit back, relax and enjoy this short (1m51s) video adventure… We hoped you enjoyed it.
Maybe it was a little crazy of us to set off to climb active volcano Mt Rinjani considering that just 65 miles (105km) away Mt Angung was on high alert of imminent eruption, but we heard the views from the top were spectacular so we had to do it! We booked onto a 3 day, … More Climbing Active Volcano Mt. Rinjani, Indonesia
After our eventful journey to Kuta on the Indonesian island of Bali it may be surprising to hear that we decided to make our way to Bali’s neighbouring island Lombok the very next day. This was a bit of a last minute decision but we knew we would be coming back to Kuta in a … More Senggigi, Lombok: Let’s get gigi with it!
Bali, the Indonesian island that evokes images of scenic rice paddies, forested volcanic mountains and beautiful beaches all of which equate to what most people would consider as paradise. However, all wasn’t rosy for our journey to the idyllic island. We had flights from Vientiane, Laos to Bali in November 2017 at which time Mt Angung … More Flying to Bali: A Series of Potentially Unfortunate Events