“If you are faced with a mountain, you have several options. You can climb it and cross to the other side. You can go around it. You can dig under it. You can fly over it. You can blow it up. You can ignore it and pretend it’s not there. You can turn around and go back the way you came. Or you can stay on the mountain and make it your home.” Vera Nazarian Surrounded by the Himalayas, Old Manali is perhaps
Hello, Hope everyone is doing great. I have been wanting to write this post since the time we did the Mt. Batur trek, but then, something or the other came up and I was distracted. Better late than never. So here are some pictures of Mt Batur Sunrise Trek, the famous Tegalalang Rice Fields and the equally famous Kopi Luwak. The idea of Mt. Batur trek was brewing on my ‘to-do” list since the time we started talking about the possibility of travelling to Bali. Reason? My unquenchable thirst for sunsets/sunrises and my love for trekking. Mt Batur is a active …
To make the decision whether to book a homestay or not, was probably the utmost difficult task I was challenged with before heading out to Bali. I checked a few yoga retreats and homestays, and filtered the list until I was left with just 2 options. One was a yoga retreat at a beach and the other was a homestay at Ubud, both with the finest ratings on almost every booking website.
Located hardly at 3 minutes of walking distance from our hotel at Seminyak, is this beautiful beach. This part of the beach where we clicked these pictures is slightly away from the main beach which straightly points towards lesser crowd. It’s easy to lose track of time in the beautiful vibes of the place.
Helloooooooo from Bali. I hope everyone is doing good. I arrived at Bali yesterday and my first day was CRAZY. Besides travelling solo for a few days and being sleep deprived for more than 36 hours, I spent my entire day at a Traditional Balinese Wedding and since this was not enough, I also had the courage to edit