The Island of the Gods
Visiting the island of Bali is a little like being transported to an earlier, simpler time. A tropical island nested in the Indonesian archipelago, Bali’s relative isolation have helped to nurture and preserve a unique cultural climate. The signs of its vibrant culture are everywhere: from the intricately carved stone temples that dot the island, to traditional Balinese dances and their accompanying gamelan orchestra. To set foot on the island is to enter another world where the spiritual forces of nature are alive, well, and keenly felt.
The site for not only a fantastic and unique variety of Indonesian cuisine, Bali also hosts a wide variety of high-calibre international cuisine. The food on Bali is best tasted, not described–suffice it to say you will have meals whose lasting memory will remain with you long after your trip ends.
The natural beauty of this island will take the breath away of even the most seasoned globe-trotter. From white sand beaches lapped by turquoise water, to verdant green rice fields caressed by a gentle breeze, Bali is what many dream paradise to look like.
The Balinese radiate a warmth and friendliness that engenders a true sense of welcomeness. They are incredibly kind and creative. Their values are simple and refreshing.Myle has developed many close relationships with people on the island, including her driver and close friend, Wayan. Meeting and be-friending the Balinese is one of the most rewarding and memorable part of the trip.
Interested in visiting this amazing place in what will surely be the trip of a lifetime?
Contact Myle for trip dates and cost.