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Jun 30, 2020 - How I Stay Healthy While I Travel

Missing a workout isn't in your DNA. You want to hit the gym and hit it hard. You value your physical appearance along with your health. You understand consistent results do require the necessary effort. A weekly routine must involve working out without fail. Consistency faces a challenge, however, when travel plans loom. Traveling does present a stumbling block to meeting regular workout sessions. Jumping over the stumbling blocks won't require physically fit legs. Thinking the trip through while properly planning workout strategies does...

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Jun 29, 2020 - Ten Reasons To Make St. George, Utah Your Next Destination

Whether you go on your vacation now or in the winter months, you need to consider a place that can accommodate you year round. St. George, Utah gives you a beautiful place to discover while providing you a luxurious, convenient place to stay. There are activities for individuals and families alike to enjoy in the pleasant weather. Here are a few spots to check out when planning your trip to St. George. Pick the Right Place To Stay Having a comfortable place to stay for your business trip or family vacation should be the first thing you...

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Jun 26, 2020 - Protecting Yourself on Your Hiking Trip

Protection against the elements when you are heading out into nature can be a sure-fire way to make your outdoor experience more enjoyable. As you get ready to head out on your hiking trip, there are several things to consider to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable trip. Make sure that you don’t leave the house without these essentials. Proper Eyewear Protective eyewear is an essential item when you embark on any outdoor journey. Whether this is proper eyeglasses, sunglasses or protective eyewear, it is important to protect your eyes...

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Jun 19, 2020 - What to Pack for Indonesia: Yoga Training or Vacation

Indonesia is considered one of the most picturesque vacation destinations in the world. The islands boast warm tropical temperatures year-round, extraordinary beaches, exciting volcanic hikes and luxury resorts. It is also a popular location for yoga vacations and yoga instructor training. If you are headed to this exotic locale, here are some packing guidelines. Documents and Money As with any trip to a foreign country, you must bring the correct documents. You will need a valid passport, naturally. Also bring other identification and a...

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Feb 24, 2018 - Bali, Land of Temples

Very different sailing into Benoa, Bali, Indonesia today than the other places we have been. First, we arrived at noon instead of 7 or 8 in the morning. Second the harbor is noisy, buzzing with holiday activity. People are waving, yelling and screaming as speed boats pull Parasailers, big inflatable rafts and banana tubes. Next is the jet skiers buzzing around… all of this sharing the narrow channel we are in. Lastly, every 10 minutes a big passenger jet flies overhead on final approach to the airport across the harbor. The hustle and...

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Mar 21, 2017 - March 21, 2017 – Bali, Indonesia

March 21, 2017 – Bali, Indonesia We didn’t have an excursion planned for today so after breakfast, we wandered to the shops located near the dock. We bought some magnets, and I got a pretty red blouse. It was really, really hot and humid even at 9 a.m. We came back to the cabin and decided if we really wanted to go back to the batik factory. Patsy was sorry that she wasn’t wearing anything yesterday which she could have batiked. So after cooling off a bit, we talked to the local tourist person who was on board for the day. He gave us a map...

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Mar 20, 2017 - March 20, 2017 – Bali, Indonesia

March 20, 2017 – Bali, Indonesia Bali is home to most of Indonesia’s Hindu population with 83.5% of 4,255,000 inhabitants claiming Balinese Hinduism as their religion. 13.4% are Muslim with only 2.5% Christian and Buddhism claiming on .5% of the population. It is part of the Coral Triangle which is an area with the highest biodiversity marine species. Over 500 reef building corals can be found here. By comparison, that is 7 times the number found in the Caribbean. It is located just 8 degrees south of the equator or 596 miles. The...

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Mar 2, 2016 - Fly to Denpasar - Bali

To Seminyak area and friend of Mare's, Michael... 3/2 Wiki Info on Denpasar Wiki Info about Nyepi days We arrived in Denpasar/Bali about 1:30 p.m. totally uneventful passage thru security/customs. Outside the terminal it got interesting...we had to get money via ATM but first to determine how much. The exchange it was +/- 14:1 rupiah to dollars - it should have been very easy but the zeroes had us totally flummoxed!! Our first attempt got 300,000 rupiah thinking it was about $250 U.S. (since we're in Indonesia 30 days getting more to start...

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Jan 7, 2015 - Bali

It is difficult to believe that we are on the final leg of our incredible journey through this part of the world. We spent our final night in Perth at the Hopman Cup watching Poland defeat Austraiia in men's and women's singles. Although sad for Australia, we loved being in the midst of a great competition. After a tearful goodbye to the kind and wonderful Davies family in Perth, we flew to Bali. We have been staying at the most beautiful luxury resort on the Indian Ocean in Legian, a suburb of Bali. At Lizzie's suggestion, we traveled to...

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Feb 26, 2014 - Bali, Indonesia

Bali was not what I expected. Somehow I had it in my head that this would be a tropical paradise with pristine white beaches and palm trees swaying gently in the ocean breeze. Instead it was mile after mile of urban sprawl, hundreds of shops displaying every commodity you could possibly imagine, crowded, narrow roads and sidewalks filled with thousands of people on foot, in vehicles or on motor scooters. Not at all unusual to see a young woman at the front of a scooter with an elderly woman sitting side saddle on the back holding a newborn...

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Jul 3, 2012 - Discovery

Neat breakfast downstairs then a walk around the streets. Down to the beach and along to Kuta inspecting a couple of hotels. Refreshing coke at hotel then taxi to Kuta Market and Natahari (the Myer of Bali). Ad had McDonald's meal then to Bagus watches for watch, money clip and two sunglasses. Taxi back to Bali Court. Had lunch at the Captain Cook pub close by, having Nasi and Mei Goreng, and bought 30 dvd's, 10 of which didn't work properly. Had a relax and swim then walked to the beach for the sunset which was about 5:30, not 6:15pm!...

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Feb 12, 2011 - Goodbye...

Petes 30th birthday was on the 12th so we celebrated by having a slap up breakfast in our villa, followed by swimming and a walk to the beach. We were shocked to see the beach was dirty and very unimpressive, not a patch on Thailand. The weather was incredibley humid and a ten minute walk felt like an hour as we were so hot. We walked along the beach front looking for the perfect place for lunch and past a vast array of restaurants and posh resorts. We stumpled across a lovely boutique resort and had lunch in their restaurant. We had a view...

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