Gods and Gurus

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After a particularly hellish week involving all nighters, house-painting, my other half ending up in hospital for five days, and moving house (phew I cannot even believe all this happened in one week!), Bali welcomed us with the peace and time out we so desperately needed. More or less collapsing on arrival, after a full night’s sleep we dove into the spiritualism, hedonism, and rejuvenation that this island so wonderfully offers. Returning home only made bearable by the launch of Sage and Clare and that we’ll be returning next year to get hitched! x

Eclectic Alps

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Images via desire to inspire

Wish I Was Here

Quite possibly the most magical place I’ve ever stayed… A place where they even cut the grass by hand!

Desa Seni in Canggu, Bali

Photos by me using lomo camera, Diana Mini +

That Is What I Call A Tent

Don’t like camping? Well neither did I… until I stayed here that is. Now hang on – before you roll your eyes at how outrageously high maintenance I sound right now, just hear me out. There is no power, shower, or flushing toilet. Yup -that’s right! Bathing involves an urn of cold water and a jug, and the toilet… well let’s just say it doesn’t flush, there is no seat, and the process involves wood shavings. Sounds interesting right?! So, on this basis, I think this actually does qualify as camping. Really, really nice camping…

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