Yes, a part 4 even. Too much happened, waited too long to type it out, priorities.. Let’s summarize it a bit. Before moving to Alex’ house, I was looking on the Couchsurfing website and found Papa Jero and his family. We exchanged some messages and I was planning to go there. Then a French couple [...]
Whoa, it is too long ago that I updated my blog. A lot of things happened in the mean time. I stayed a couple of days longer in Canggu with Joko. I cleaned the area around the pool, which was totally green, being neglected by their maid: it was dangerously slippery. I needed to catch [...]
Green school – part 1 Laurent is in Bali for two reasons: 1. holiday, 2. Making a documentary about the green school. He works for www.wigup.tv. Wigup, is a online interactive learning channel that allows elementary school kids to discover who they really are. Wigup is an abbreviation of “While I Grow Up”.
Bali – facts and figures Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. With a population recorded as 3,891,000 in 2010, the island is home to most of Indonesia’s small Hindu [...]
Couchsurfing in Surabaya Arriving in Surabaya by local bus, Dita – who invited me to stay at his place when we met in Malang – picked me up from the bus station. It was quite a drive from the bus station to his place. Dita is a formula 1 driver on motorbike, even with a [...]
Rice paddies, clay, and chillies Yudi and Selamat offered to take us around the area. We started off behind the warung of Yudi, where there is a little factory who create clay bricks (by hand). We looked at every step of the process. It is basically the same as how we did it in Netherlands [...]