Kelimutu is an active volcano located at 1639 meters above sea level in Flores Island, Indonesia. What makes it special is the three lakes that change colors over time. Its last eruption was in the year 1968.
Yes, we’ve all made mistakes, some more serious than others, some with worse impact and other milder. But hey, it’s ok, life goes on and we must learn to live with it. I am the first who make mistakes, every day; when things can only have consequences for myself, then I can easily learn from […]
Arborek is a small coastal village of about 40 families, located in Raja Ampat (West Papua). I visited this village during the “Trip of Wonders” organized by the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia.
Since childhood my mother has taught me the importance of being thankful and show gratitude to people. I’ve always been a girl who gives thanks for everything, sometimes even repeatedly, but now I realize that I was not really aware of what I was doing.
During my days in Alor with the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia, I had the pleasure of visiting the traditional village of Takapala, located 13 kilometers from Kalabahi, the main city of Alor Island.
Lately I’ve been reading a lot about chakras. It is a very interesting and deep issue from which I want to continue learning, but I would like to share this basic information for those who do not know what I’m talking about.
I imagine you all know that I love Bali: the beaches, the people, the culture, the food … but my favorite are the waterfalls, secret places lost in the jungle. So I want to share with you a list with the best waterfalls I’ve visited in Bali.
Have you ever been so afraid of failing at something that you decided not to try it at all? I have, more than once.
Vipassana, is one of the oldest meditation technique from India; This is the method that Gotama the Buddha (the founder of Buddhism) used more than 2500 years ago to attain enlightenment. The word Vipassana means “to see things as they are in reality.” Through this practice we begin a journey of self-exploration and self-observation in […]
Nusa Penida is a beautiful island of about 60,000 inhabitants located only 35 minutes by boat from the island of Bali. The landscape is natural and almost untouched; the lands are mountainous, thus offering spectacular views of the sea.