Lifestyle, Tips for Guests, Tourism, Uncategorized

The 7 Best Breakfast Places in Bali

10 Nov , 2016  

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Find out the Best Breakfast Places in Bali! We don’t have to tell you that breakfast is the most important meal, for us it’s also the kick-starter of our working day. So having a fancy and tasty address of Café spots in Bali is essential for your weekend brunchs. Here is a non-exhaustive list of delicious […]

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Lifestyle

Pokémon Go travellers, hotels will catch’em all!

29 Jul , 2016  

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Throw Pokéballs and catch’em all! Catching Pokémons in Indonesia like a Bulbasaur in Sumba or a Gyarados in Raja Ampat? What!? If you were on earth last week with a good internet connection you can’t have missed the Pokémon Go phenomenon. In case you were somewhere in space let me just set the context. Pokémon Go […]

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Indonesia Culture, Lifestyle, Tips for Guests, Tourism

Flores Most Instagrammable Landscapes

14 Jul , 2016  

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Flores Most Instagrammable Landscapes Have you ever heard about the Indonesian island of Flores? Flores. Its name itself is an invitation to dream and travel. And the reality is even better. Clear blue water, foggy mountains, breathtaking waterfalls and welcoming people… Flores has a lot to offer and is a paradise for budding photographers and Instagram […]

Lifestyle, Tips for Guests

How Can I Help Others While Travelling?

23 May , 2016  

How to help others while travelling

“How can I help others while travelling?” You know what I mean if you have travelled a lot. This was probably the most repeated question you asked yourself during your travels other than, “Where should I eat tonight?” There’s a reason for that question. (The first one. Not the second) Helping each other is hard-wired […]

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Events, Lifestyle

Bali Startups Community

4 Feb , 2016  

Bali Startups Community by Bedforest

Bali is a fast growing startup ecosystem. Coinciding with the advent of digital nomadism, more founders, local and international, have started to set their startup HQ in Bali. Everyone knows that bootstrapping is essential to keep your startup lean and uncluttered in its initial phases. The comparatively cheap living cost in Bali, from eating to […]

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Lifestyle, Tips for Guests

Solo Travel for Ladies? Why the Heck Not?

26 Jan , 2016  

Solo Travel for Ladies

In life, being alone does not mean you’re lonely. The same thing goes for travelling. Some, even argue that to go on solo travel is the best way to travel. The same thing cannot be said about being alone at a (supposedly) romantic dinner, however. That, I admit, is just sad. Going on a solo […]

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Lifestyle

Angkringan of Yogyakarta

13 Jan , 2016  

Angkringan (əNGk-krɪŋ-ən) is closely related to Yogyakarta. It’s how the Javanese called the wheeled stall used by the street food peddlers. They can be found easily on every corner of the street in Yogya. It’s so inseparable that even one Indonesian poet, and a Jogjanese,  Joko Pinurbo, wrote: “Yogya terbuat dari rindu, pulang dan angkringan.” […]

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Lifestyle

The Age of Travel Blog, Slow Travel and Deep Sonder

7 Jan , 2016  

Travel Blog Slow Travel and Deep Sonder

There are one billion search results if you type “travel blog” in Google today, Jan 5, 2016. This number is likely to increase in the future, especially with the emerging wanderlust “epidemic” among the Millenials. Seeing that number, you can’t help but wondering if the epidemic is real. And it’s growing. As such, this is […]

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Lifestyle, Tips for Guests, Tourism

Post-Tourism: A Road Less Travelled By

4 Jan , 2016  

Post-tourism: Road Less Travelled

Post-tourism is what the the mobile age brings to the travelling world. It’s a by-product of technology rather than tourism industry. Like everything else, travel and tourism industry is simply adapting and reshaping itself as the world shrinks to the size of a smartphone screen. Post-tourism was impossible 20 years ago. The story of people […]

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Lifestyle

A Digital Nomad in Bali

22 Dec , 2015  

As the title suggests, this post is about being a digital nomad in Bali, and will become an expanding post on that subject. *** I was this close (imagine me gesturing a tiny space using my thumb and index finger) from working for “Google”. Why the quote marks? That’s me referring to the difference between […]

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