It’s been quite a while since the last post and this is mainly because we’ve spent the past months mostly returning to places we’ve already visited (Hue and Hoi An in Vietnam, Bali, and Krabi, Thailand).Continue reading
Our last day in Queensland was spent driving down to the Sunshine Coast where we bade a temporary farewell to our home of the last couple of months. Until we’re reunited (around June 2017), we’re fortunate enough to have private, free parking in a very scenic spot. Continue reading
After leaving Vietnam mid August and spending a few days in Kuala Lumpur, we eventually arrived back on Bali. Continue reading
Our 60 day visa for Indonesia is about to run out and tomorrow we’re due to fly to Darwin and spend a few days there and in Brisbane. We were going to return to Bali on a 30 day visa before flying to Laos beginning of December. However, the immigration authorities here in Indonesia have thwarted that plan by deciding to change the rules 🙂 Continue reading
Flew from Kota Kinabalu, Borneo back to Bali on 8th September. A mere 2.5 hour flight and we were back on Indonesian soil. We’re intending to stay around 3 months this time. Continue reading
We’ve spent the last week further exploring the island and finding new places to eat and drink. If you want to treat yourself, there are a couple of swanky places here and when we do occasionally crave a clean table and a decent toilet 🙂 these are the places to go. Continue reading
It was a bit of a wrench, but we left Ubud and headed across to Padangbai where we spent the night. Continue reading
We left Sanur and after a one hour drive arrived in Ubud – Central Bali. Being inland, it’s much warmer and more humid here. Continue reading
10 days into our retirement and life is good!
We’re enjoying being spoilt, discovering new restaurants and just getting to know Sanur a little better. Continue reading
And we’ve made it!
The last few days in The Netherlands were spent saying goodbye to some wonderful friends and colleagues. This, more than anything else, brought it home that we were leaving for good.