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Things I Miss About Living in Bali But is Probably Not the Same During the Pandemic: Coffee Shops Edition (Part 4)

After a few weeks absent, my weekly nostalgic coffee run is back. This time, we’re gonna climb up the hill – to Bukit that is. Yep, it’s Jimbaran and Uluwatu
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What Happens with Hotels when Tourists Returns – Part 2

ust like the great news of Bali finally reopening, not everything about the new normal should be viewed as a burden. After our last discussion about what kind of changes
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What Happens with Hotels when Tourists Returns – Part 1

Bali is opening again with the new normal. Things change – including the staycation culture. With Bali getting ready to open its borders to foreigners this week, we try to
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Mamaka by Ovolo Ready To Bring Eclectic Good Time. Good Soul. Good Vibrations To Kuta-Legian Area

After the long and winding wait, Ovolo Hotels is excited to launch MAMAKA by Ovolo; the first urban resort in Bali that marks the brand’s first property in Indonesia and
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Here We Go: Bali is Set to Open Mid-October

Yes. Finally. Can we all say: hallelujah? Louder? Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is finally set to open this month – specifically October 14th. Officially announced by Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister
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Things I Miss About Living in Bali But is Probably Not the Same During the Pandemic: Coffee Shops Edition (Part 3)

Time for another coffee run! And what better way than to step into everybody’s playground: Seminyak. If my first period of living in Bali was mostly about affordable (if not
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The Importance of Conscious Consumption

Increased time for reflection has given people the opportunity to learn more about the plights of others.Words by Sarah Nathan; reworked for the web by Rizki Pradana As activism becomes
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Sex: The Post Pandemic

Yeah, you read that right: it’s another (not so) steamy piece. Just trying to cover (or uncover) many topics, I’d like to talk about what would become of sex in
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Seeking Meaningful Connections Through Technology

Simon Sinek, author of “Start with Why” and “Leaders Eat Last” says, that being connected is not the same thing as (actually) connecting. Only when we meet people, face to
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Things I Miss About Living in Bali But is Probably Not the Same During the Pandemic: Coffee Shops Edition (Part 2)

Another week, another memory lane, another coffee journey. Jesus, that was some basic opening. Well, you get what I mean. This time, it’s my hood: Denpasar. Let’s go! Like I
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