Digital nomads generate a lot of hate. Some of it justified. Most of it not. Up there with politics and veganism, I’ve read articles by writers who appear to get off on their hatred and detest for the digital nomad.
I was strolling the beach the other day with the bird discussing life and this strange reality we’ve found ourselves living in. She was telling me about a friend back home who recently quit her job because it was making her miserable. Respect. For the sake of the story, we’ll call the bird Šárka because […]
Have you the itch? A desire to drop everything and pursue life as a digital nomad? Are you tired of gazing at perfectly manicured Instagram handles designed to induce envy? Is it working? It’s kind of working. Do you want to live your life in the tropics where you can surf perfect blue peeling waves […]
“Boom boom!” our guide would cry, which was our signal to hold onto the ropes either side of our inflatable raft and anticipate the crashes, jolts, and splashes of the next rapids. It was the first of our two adventures for the day – white water rafting along Agung River in Bali’s heartland. Dojo had […]
Ubud is located in the uplands of Bali, wedged between rice paddies, temples and steep ravines an hour’s drive from Canggu. It is considered the cultural heart of the island, and is a gorgeous artisan hub for the spiritual (and the spiritually narcissistic). Thanks to the popularity of Eat, Pray, Love, downtown is a little touristier than you may have romanticised, but all this means is that Ubud now boasts an endless stream of high quality restaurants, accommodation options and shops – its surrounding rainforest and rice terraces are as beautiful as ever.
So you’ve made the decision to travel or move to Bali – a very warm selamat datang to you. But as exotic as relocating to Bali sounds, we know moving isn’t always easy, so the Dojo has compiled this handy guide to help ease you into the transition.
An article between the beauty of Indonesia and its waste and environmental crisis. How local traditions and beliefs can help to connect local communities to maintaining our nature. And how our concern about others becomes key in preserving our planet.
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