Lunch at Nook means we sit at the edge of a working rice field. Often there are Balinese working in the sawah (rice field), but this day, all was quiet. Oh, and lunch was good too
Getting up early to catch the sun just rising over Ubud is magical. It's one of the optional activities on our retreats
No trip to Bali is complete without an instagram photo of the Tegallalang rice terraces. They are over 700 years old and are on the UNESCO world heritage list
Did you know Bali grows 3 rice crops per year? And they stagger the growing seasons to give them time to plant and harvest by hand
Just wow! our rooms here are amazing!
Our ebike local village tour took us to a typical school in Bali. So different from our schools. No IWB, no laptops or iPads, just pencils and paper
There were squeals of delight all round when we found the adults only pool at the resort
Nothing says 'we're here' like a cheeky welcome cocktail on the beach
Our growth mindset exercise to get outside our comfort zone and do something we haven't done before.
Who says workshops can't be outside. View from Mano Beach House
With a birthday to celebrate, high tea at biku was definitely a highlight
Meet the Balinese pornstar..vodka, passionfruit puree, vanilla syrup and a side order of prosecco. We enjoyed these at Junglefish one afternoon.
The best way to experience Ubud is in a sidecar. We got to see, hear and smell our way around Ubud. Fantastic.
Awe-inspiring natural events like sunsets can make you happier, healthier, humble and more connected. We provide as many as we are able.
Our hotel in Ubud was quiet enough that holding a guided meditation on the balcony was easy