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Showing posts from October, 2016

Do Yourself a Favour: Part 1 - Bali Accommodation

 As promised many, many months ago, welcome to my best Bali tips series! - Bliss and Mayhem style. We will cover heaps of topics throughout this series, so that when you are ready to book that trip of yours – you’ll be well and truly armed with so much information about where to stay, what to do and see, where to shop and so much more.   So. In the wise words of Molly Meldrum, “Do yourself a favour!”   Bliss&Mayhem Recommends   ** from cheapest to most expensive**   Grand Sinar Indah – Legian   Where:  Jl. Padma Utara, Legian, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia   How much: Rooms start from $30 per night   What’s so great about it: This is my favourite budget accommodation so far and we will definitely staying here again. Because we love the tourist hub of Legian – it is close to all our favourite eateries, bars, massage places and more.   With 2 full size pools – all rooms over looking these, room service 24/7, super clean rooms and great working air

I saw a healer in Bali - this is what happened

     " You feel deep sorrow and sadness."  "I cannot see Joy in you." I must tell you, it was extremely confronting but somewhat relieving to hear those words.  On my recent trip to Bali, I made an appointment to see a a Monk Healer that on our previous trip, treated Steve for his sciatic pain that he was experiencing in his hip and back. I had reached out onto social media searching for recommendations of treatments to help him as he had gotten to the point where he was struggling to walk. My girlfriend messaged me and hands down recommended him to see Dr Suhu, who had treated her for the last few years in Bali.  I was willing to give anything a go.  Steve had one treatment with Dr Suhu. Since that day, no more sciatic pain.  Dr Suhu has an amazing presence about him. Being in his space, instantly calms your soul. It feels like you are cocooned in a warm hug even though he hasn't yet touched you. I've never come across that type of energy before. In

48 people went camping

 " Let's go camping" "It'll be fun"    And it really was. The End.   Just kidding. That would've been the quickest and shortest post possibly in the history of blogging. But it does give you premise to how part of the conversation initally started.   I am not a camper. To repeat, not a camper. My idea of camping is in a caravan, at a caravan park with running water, toilets and showers. The idea of doing the whole bush thing, squatting to do poos and wee's freaks me out. But, I am and yes person to experiences so when the opportunity arose - there was a firm "yes" from me, despite my hesitation.  We went for two nights and three days.  I packed supplies enough for us to be stuck in the wild for two months....   I literally brought with us {including the entire house!} 17 cans of spaghetti and baked beans! There was going to be no shortage of sustenance or farting!   I still pinch myself to the beauty of the area that I live in. B