We’ve been here in Bali with our Adventurous Life group for only a week now, and have already had some amazing experiences!
I (Linda) sit now in our gorgeous coworking space, rivaled only by the even more gorgeous villas we live in, and I have several fun highlights to share with you.
Before I do, I want to make sure you know that THIS weekend through what we’re calling Travel Tuesday is an opportunity for you to save $1,000 off of Adventurous Life 2019 trip rates!
All you have to do right now is fill out our NO-obligation application and let us know which trip(s) you’re interested in (Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Prague, Sydney).
We’ll schedule a conversation to answer your questions and see if we’re a good fit. And if we are, then you’ll have a week from the date of our conversation to register for one (or more!) of our trips and get the savings.
Oh, and if you want, you can take advantage of our payment plan: $0 down, 0%, no payment for 6 months!
Bali Highlights (aka Bali Bliss!)
My jaw is in a perpetual state of “dropped,” in awe at the visual delights that cram every meter here, whether it’s the lush greenery or the marigold-adorned steps and statues or the temples.
I already knew, from friends who’d been there, that the Balinese have a deeply connected spiritual life. But I had NO IDEA how many temples there are nor how ornate their architecture and statuary. We’re going to explore three of the most amazing ones next week, one of them high up on the side of a volcano. Will send pics!
Besides the incredible beauty, we’re all indulging in “extreme self-care!” As in several massages a week – since it is so well priced here. Yesterday, Pam and I both had a 2-hour session that included massage, full body scrub and a colorful flower bath (loaded with tiny pink, purple and red flowers) – for only $25!
The scooter scene here is so intense it’s almost comical. Tons of them, weaving in and out of the vehicles, going every direction and in every lane! But it seems to work, and a scooter taxi is now my favorite way to get around. Don’t ask me to drive one, though! (I keep trying to dissuade Pam from renting one, little daredevil!)
The people here – every one of them – are extremely friendly and gentle. They always ask “Where you come from?” with genuine curiosity. And to most, I am “Miss Linda.”
While we’re here and fully present in Bali, Pam and I are also turning our attention to our 2019 trips, especially our mid-January trip to Buenos Aires.
Be mindful of the special this weekend through “Travel Tuesday” (details above at the beginning of this email). It’s the BEST time to raise your hand to possibly join us sometime next year.