After a great time in Ubud we travelled back to the coast, this time further north to a little harbour town called Padang Bai. We primarily chose this place for an easy ride over to the island of Lombok.
Ubud…You’re So Socially & Ethically Good
The time has come for us in our travels when we’ve started asking ourselves what’s it all about. What are we aiming to get from this experience beyond the absenteeism of our day to day lives back home. Following that, we’ve started asking ourselves what we want to achieve upon our return. The answers are not yet definite and they will continue adapting, but we are starting to formulate something.
One of the ways we are we are trying to find answers to these all important questions is by focusing our attention on our immediate surroundings. Bali couldn’t be a better place to start. We were not able to visit most of the places mentioned in this post for various reasons, so we settled for virtual visits instead.
Bali part 1, not sure about Sanur but Ubud, I would!
We caught a flight to Bali from Bandung airport, a very small but busy airport with very easy going security. We have been using lion air, a bit like easy jet for cheap flights, although I’m not sure why you would call your airline lion air as lions aren’t synonymous with flying.