Wayag’s lagoon Sharky and Hutch

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Coming back, a fully grown black-tip reef shark followed us the entire way. Upon arrival at the Teman liveaboard another appeared. We immediately baptised them “Sharky and Hutch”. Ha Ha! Wayag is located in a conservation area, also known as a “No Take Zone”. Which gives marine life the possibility to reproduce in peace. Thanks to […]

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Blooming Island Festival at Lucky’s Bar Gili Air

Hey guys! We have big news! Jack Sparrow’s spirit was in Gili Air! The most crazy, funny, artistic pirates of our movies’ culture took our island for 30 hours, after taking power in one of Lombok’s most incredible island: Gili Nanggu. The Pirates Spinning and Circus Retreat was coming to an end in Gili Nanggu, teaching to […]

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Life is a circus

A retreat with a difference… The time has come to erase all the things you thought you knew about the ‘Circus’. It’s time to redefine the concept you had about Bali and Gili Air. Now is the time to dream about a place where peace, nature, purity and sharing are the only clues. A place where enjoying yourself as […]

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Resolve your past during Family constellation

We were sitting on the terrace and their was a gentle breeze blowing through our hair. The host was lovely. Unfortunately their was no group constellation on, while we were in Ubud, so we opted for a private session.  We started talking about our family situations, in the past and present. The situation of our […]

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Sunday dance at the yogabarn

Super excited I hopped on my bike to join the yogabarn’s sunday dance. I remenbered a few years back, me and my friend Nathalie were breathtaken by these Ubud locals and visitors dancing away on a sunday morning. I love to dance, so on my way I was! As I arrived, unfortunately it was fully […]

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A Yoga barn that’s not the Yoga barn

Ubud is known to be THE place to practice yoga, meditation, get enlightened and heal. Yes, off course we agree. Thats exactly what the name stands for and it is. Unfortunately too much tourism, kills the tourism. A few years ago, the Yogabarn was THE place to be. I’m affraid today it has lost some […]

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