Author: Carolyn

Back to nature – Camping in Bali

Back to nature and back to the roots in the middle of nowhere. Bukit Asah, precisely located in the village of Bugbug in Karangasem, offers cliff side camping at its best. No need to carry your own tent and equipment, there are tents for rent and other great features, like toilets and local warungs to... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

Bali Volcano Mount Agung Update

Bali’s Volcano Mount Agung has erupted again two days ago (February 13) just days after the alert status was lowered for locals in the area. The latest eruption, on February 13 at 11.49am local time, showing a thick plume of smoke and ash cloud as high as 1,500 metres above the volcano. So far, the ash... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

eat the freshest fish of your life

Do you want to eat tasty, fresh seafood like a local then head south to Jimbarans traditional fish market, shop for your own fish and get a local restaurant to cook it up for you. The market opens right after the break of dawn at 6am and closes at 3pm. Watch local fishing boats land and unload... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

Beginner surf lesson

What to expect from your first beginner surf lesson? After I pick you up from your accommodation your surf lesson begins on the beach where I tell you a bit about the area and teach you the basics of surfing: – the parts of a surfboard – safety tips to keep you uninjured while surfing... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

Ayam Betutu – Go Local

Forget the fuss about fancy interior design, silver cutlery or cushioned chairs and sit down in a non-air-conditioned space on plastic stools and tables, with toilet paper rolls for napkins. This one is all about the ultimate local dining experience and the authentic taste of Ayam Betutu. In the olden days the dish called Betutu... Read more »... [ Read More → ]