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 […]
For anyone complaining about the recent development of Bali, its vast amount of tourists and little room for real adventure, we have discovered a beautiful, much less developed, but way wilder island quite close to the east side of Bali. Home to the volcano, that triggered a period of global cooling known as the “Year Without a Summer” in 1816, Sumbawa is a real unknown treasure. Here are our top highlights to explore the island.
We, Dojo nomads, are already in Bali, the island of gods, beaches, and everything nice, so why don’t we explore more of Bali (and maybe a few other surrounding islands for more adventures)? Here are some ideas for your days off.
“Nomadism” is a term from the Old World. Only a few ancient civilizations roam freely. Most of us from the West weren’t born nomadic. The modern world leaves little room for wandering today. Nevertheless, a modern form of nomading is undergoing a boom and growing in a way that hasn’t existed before.
Here is the Bali you’ve dreamed of – creamy sand, crystalline waters and colourful fish rather than chip packets swimming around your ankles. Jimbaran and the Bukit peninsula encompasses the southernmost part of the island, and is where the majority of its best beaches can be found. A great idea for a weekend-roadtrip.
I live a life many consider unconventional. I tried to conform but it didn’t work. End of story. I wouldn’t say I chose my life. Most of the time I was running. Everything was an accident. But then one day, things started to work out.
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