When you live in the present your mind no longer knows no boundaries. For me, im beginning to lose touch between what’s actually real and what’s still fantasy when everything “they” told you was impossible starts to become possible.
Entertainment for hours 👧 #childatheart ➡ Two of my favorite things in life are simple pleasures and protecting our Ocean planet #sustainablewaterland 🌍 Switching to a reusable water bottle is such an easy way to start! What's your favorite simple pleasure and/or eco-friendly habit? #whpmotion
😍 Swings for days in Bali! Usually you’ll find swings overlooking vast rice fields and jungles 🌴 but this particular spot is further north compared to all the jungle terrain! 〰️〰️〰️
This spot is referred to as Wanagiri because of the road it is on - and it overlooks the beautiful lake Danau Buyan 💦 who wouldn’t want to swing with views like that?!
Come with us on our bedugul trip and experience all the beauty the north of Bali has to offer 🍃 we’ll hit some of the best spots for your perfect photos! 〰️〰️〰️
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Singles, Couples & Groups trips available #egotripbali
📸: by @whatsthehelen
Flowers may not solve all problems but having a Celebration of Flowers will do! 🌸 .
We are giving away 5 lucky winners to enjoy a Celebration of Flowers in Kaveri Spa! Head to our story and @maya_gypsy for the rules.
The snakes of #Bali
When you are in #bali 🌴 , you do not only need to be careful with Bali’s common law, but also with the animals.
You will find monkeys🐒, bats,🦇 cows, and even snakes that live freely in some places. But, because they are actually wild animals.
Bali has 35 species of snakes, but only a few☝️ of them are dangerous;
🐍King Cobra has 3 to 4 meters in length and up to 6 kg in weight. Its skin is smooth with olive-green, black, or tan color, and pale yellow or cream color on its belly. King Cobra is famous with its expandable hood that will spread when it is about to attack.
🐍Spitting Cobra could spray venom from their fangs when they are defending themselves. It could reach as far as 2 meters away, and if the sprayed venom hits the eye, it can cause blindness.
🐍Banded Krait has a blunt tail, and is uncommon in Bali, possibly being a recent introduction. In contrast the Blue Krait (Bungarus candidus, also called the Malayan Krait) is arguably the most venomous snake in Bali that one is likely to encounter.
The Blue krait is not blue, but has a number of colour forms, making identification difficult - black and white bands of equal width, or all black, or light- or dark brown, or with white irregular patches. There is no antivenom here fore this snake, but it is usually out and about very late at night when most people are asleep. It is not found on beaches, but in the ricefields.
And please NEVER RUN AWAY FROM SNAKES💥! They cannot chase you and only want to get away if they can.
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It was 6:30am, the sun had only just risen, but Ubud Market was already full of life and movement.
People bartering over oranges for a good price, ladies loading up baskets of carry on their heads and locals catching up and laughing together whilst going about their business.
I felt like these moments in the market perfectly captured both this weekend’s #whpmotion & @passionpassport’s #ppinthenow hashtags ✌🏻