Indonesia will keep its doors closed to tourists until a coronavirus vaccine is found and immunity can be provided, a government official said Saturday as the country continued to conduct clinical testing for a vaccine. “The reopening of tourist destinations to foreign tourists is something positive, but we need to do it at the right … Continue reading Indonesia decides to close doors to tourists until vaccine found
Renting a car with a driver is one of the easiest things you can do in Bali and, given how chaotic the traffic is in some areas, it is even a recommended decision to explore the island. What you don't have to do is not make the reservation online but negotiate the price with the … Continue reading “Handmade” tour in Bali… between Ubud and Sanur
This year it was on 25 March , and for the first time in a long time you could hear yourself thinking. There were no scooters zooming by, no noodle sellers peddling their wares, not even the occasional sound of a plane flying overhead.In their absence, you noticed the hum of a dragonfly and the … Continue reading Nyepi, “Day of Silence” in Bali – the day when slowing down and switching off is already mandated by law
* versiunea in limba romana mai jos Bali, Island of the Gods ...Trying to describe the beauty of the place with a few more or less successful photos is easy. However, it is complicated to describe the lust for life, the positive, delightful energy of the people here, energy from which, without wanting to, take … Continue reading What I didn’t like in Bali!