Off the beaten tracks in Bali

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  Island so loved by Australians, Bali welcomed 6 millions of tourists in 2017. How could you visit without finding yourself surrounded by hundreds of tourists ? Where to go? What to do ?  This article will give you a few ideas to help you live Bali like did its first explorers. Untouched and real. […]

Making Traditional Arak in Sidemen

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Sidemen is well-known for its beautiful landscapes and superb rice fields. It is a truly pretty and special place in the middle-East Bali. But it’s not only all about the rice fields. Here we can whiteness the making of the very local and traditional alcohol called Arak. Our day is Sidemen was nicely filled up […]

Why Balinese Babies are Bald ?

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Perhaps you noticed…Or you will when you will be here, local babies are all bald or with really, really short hair. Probably you wonder why ? in Hindus believes there are actually a multitude of reasons to shave the babies hairs. The main one would be spiritual and an other one would be esthetic. Esthetic […]

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Julia’s 3 months ceremony

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When a baby turns 3 months a big celebration is organised called Telu Bulanaan. This is going to be the biggest ceremony for a new born. It is a very expensive celebration, parents save money for months to be able to afford It. Balinese spend everything for the various ceremonies happening all year round . But […]