Ketut, a traditional Balinese healer in Ubud
Ketut, with a picture of his mother. [words and photograph by Mark Eveleigh] “I can’t cure black magic. I’m not a magician. I’m just Ketut.” As he tells me this Ketut … Continue reading →
A surf adventure: the Gulf’s best waves
[words and photograph © Mark Eveleigh] In all the landscape around me nothing moved but a single skittish little dust-devil, last testament to a 500-metre-high wall of sand that had blasted …...
Why I love Bali – by our youngest travel blogger
[words by Lucia Eveleigh Montes / photograph by Mark Eveleigh] i am a litle spanish girl and Bali is very different from my home in Pamplona my city, my little … Continue reading →
Why do they call Bali “Morning of the Earth”?
[words by Mark Eveleigh / photo by Narina Exelby] Life can have changed little in rural Western Bali over the centuries, yet our little Bamboo House seems very different every … Continue reading →
Doing time – in a Hoga Island hammock
[words © Mark Eveleigh] Shortly before dawn I’m woken by a sound that seems at once very familiar and yet intensely exotic. At first I think that the rhythmic tack-tack is the … Continue reading →
Surfing without sight: a lesson in bravery
[words by Narina Exelby / photograph © Mark Eveleigh] The biggest life lessons are often learnt when you least expect them – like, for example, when you’re slurping a banana milkshake on the …...
How to make the most of your coffee break
[words Narina Exelby / photograph Mark Eveleigh] One of the things I love about Indonesia is the casual pace at which life happens. Need your laundry done today? No problem … Continue reading →
Top two tips for exploring Indonesia
[words and photograph © Mark Eveleigh] There are few places in the world – however remote – that cannot be explored if you have reliable, knowledgeable local contacts. Whether you’re planning …...
Have maternity leave, will backpack
[words and photograph © Christopher Herwig / The WideAngle] Maternity leave should be a time for caring for your new bundle of joy, feeding him, changing his diapers and rocking him … Continue...
The camera that survived seven months in an African river
[words and photograph © Narina Exelby] One evening last November, as night closed in over the Lugenda River in northern Mozambique, Nic van Rensburg chuckled, took a sip of his G&T … Continue...
The Parallel Worlds coffee challenge
[words – and dodgy photograph – by Narina Exelby] After two (strong) G&Ts, two (large) Bintangs and over two (super-expensive, it turned out) Irish coffees, the conversation went something like …...
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