Archive for: June, 2014


Snorkeling with Turtles in Gili Air, Indonesia

 •  June 23

I’m not really sure if I’m supposed to get itches on my back. Either way, I’m itchy, and it doesn’t help that my arms can’t reach over my shell....

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Bali Bird Park

 •  June 22

For those that know me, you know I’ve been obsessed with birds since one day in 2nd grade when a kid named Joe brought his lovebird into school  for...

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 •  June 21

On the other side of the wall, she could hear the soft drone of motorbikes’ engines as each took their turn speeding past her apartment complex and...

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Hub in Ubud… Hubud!

 •  June 20

There is an energy found in Ubud that is not quite the same as anywhere else we have traveled this year. It’s not necessarily an energy vortex,...

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Bali Volcano and the Goblin Under the Broccoli Tree

 •  June 19

Just the idea of waking up at 2 am made me yawn, let alone actually waking up at 2 am and climbing a volcano. But, it’s a good thing my dad is...

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Monkey Forest: Part 2

 •  June 18

We went back to the monkey forest wlth kaarlna) Justln) hugs an gov. There werE thousands of monkeys there. babies too. Thls tlme we got To have...

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Bolinis Dancing [Balinese Dancing]

 •  June 17

In Boli we went to see bolinis dancing.  The dancing was so cool becaes the dancers wer like moving there eye in stoff.  They wer waring a very...

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Surfing Bali

 •  June 16

Any surfer would kill for a trip to Bali and we are lucky enough to get to do  it.  I’m probably not the one of many surfers that deserved to be...

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Jewelry Making

 •  June 15

To say I was excited for Bali would be a complete understatement. From the way my parents nostalgically talked―highly praiseful and with child-like...

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Lerning How To Mack Offerings

 •  June 14

In Bali I lernd how to mack offerings.  To mack offerings you need cocnut leaves, flowers, a nif and scissors to cut the shaps, and a stapler and...

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