After a pretty good nights sleep, breakfast tastes good. Porridge is a great way of getting today’s energy up.
Katja goes of to Ashtanga class while I pre-pack for the trek. I see I’ve over-packed back home and loose a couple of shorts and a set of trousers that’s hopefully not needed. We’ll be able to load off 10 kg each to the sherpas and I need to sort what to carry myself. Continue reading →
Wow! What a storm full night. Flashes, thunder and heavy rain. Thanks for postponing it until we were in the room.
I’ve had better nights than this one. With a combination of the thunderstorm, one (I do believe) mosquito, pigeons, heat, humidity and headache. Good thing we learned yesterday that “good or bad, beautiful or ugly – it’s all temporary”. Continue reading →
Katja can’t get enough yoga. She gets up at 6:30 to attend the hotel’s offered class at 7. Continue reading →
Les teaches at ten in Ubud. A one hour plus drive from here. Up and away then. Continue reading →
Time to say goodbye then. Ubud has been our number one city on this tour, but every story has an end.
We do one of the few breakfasts together. It’s not like we have a lot if time since we’re moving out. Katja has a massage appointment and we pack up and move or of the room around ten. Continue reading →
Walking in and around Ubud, this is the words I most often use. I have earlier posted about Balinese friendliness, and there is no going back on that. But the amount of offers presented in the streets are borderline overwhelming.
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So we reach the one week mark. And behold – the airport here on Bali is closed. Continue reading →
Some days it’s just so hard to get up in morning. No, not all days, only some… _*Hides the crossed fingers behind my back*_ Continue reading →
After a normal morning I go down to the barn to do Vinyasa flow with Bex, but it’s full. Whatta..? Continue reading →
So we mark yet another day in the countdown calendar. Today it’s ten days until we put our feet on Norwegian ground again. Insane. Continue reading →