Bali Dirt Bikes in Tabanan

One of my best friends from high school, Jørgen, came visiting me in Bali, so I had to make sure he go to experience something epic. It didn’t take me long to realise we had to go another ride with Bali Dirt Bikes. Jørgen didn’t know how to ride a bike with manual gears, so I borrowed him one of mine for a couple of days leading up to our dirtbike ride. I had him ride all the way down to the bamboo villa and back, and…Continue Reading “Going Crazy with 250cc Dirt Bikes in Tabanan, Bali”

Le Bamboo Bali

For those of you who have been following me for a while, you know that I love to go on mini-vacation. Living in Bali allows for excursions on a weekly basis, so that’s what we try to do. Yesterday, we headed down to the Bukit, to a villa called Le Bamboo. It’s situated at the cliff above Padang Padang, allowing for amazing views, incredible sunset, and quiet mornings. Instead of writing about the villa, take a look at this tour:

Air Festival Gili

It took me a little while to write this post, as I needed a few days recover from the Air Festival. This year’s edition of the Air Festival was the 3rd one, and it was my second (I went the first year). It’s crazy how this festival has developed since the first year. Three years go, the Air Festival was just a small table on the beach with a mixer and a couple of speakers. Now, it has developed into a full-fledged festival with a…Continue Reading “Gili Air Festival – Techno in Paradise”

Weekend getaway at Le Meridien Hotel, Bali

  If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I love to go exploring in the weekends. This weekend, we headed down to the Bukit, the South part of Bali. We had heard rumours of another secret beach, and we had to go try to find it. And we did! It was a cool little beach, hidden in a cove. The tide was too high when we were there, so it wasn’t really good a place to hangout, but we’ll definitely come back some…Continue Reading “More Secret Beaches and a Stay at Le Meridien, Jimbaran”

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat and the rest of the temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia totally blew our minds!! I’ve been wanting to go for 10 years, but for some reason never made it until now. Even with all that anticipation and excitement, the place totally exceeded my expectations. The temples are mesmerising, and the feeling and atmosphere of being there is truly special. Not to mention that the people of Cambodia are warm, friendly and beautiful. One of the reasons why our trip to Angkor Wat and Siem…Continue Reading “5 Best Tips for visiting Angkor Wat and the Temples of Siem Reap”

Munks in Siem Reap

When you experience a place like Siem Reap, it’s hard to put it all into words. It’s needless to say that the area of Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples is breathtaking. But what also struck me about Cambodia are the beautiful people. Everyone are smiling, welcoming, warm and kind. During our week here, we haven’t encountered a single unfriendly person. If you know a bit about Cambodia, and what this country and these people have been through, you can’t do anything but admire their happiness and…Continue Reading “Faces of Siem Reap, Cambodia | Travel Photography”