Randomly


To those that have seen my randomly post before, would know that it is about many things that I heard, places I have visited, people I've met—that touched my life. I am striving to stay awake to be in the moment, soak on the smell, mentally captured what I saw and listens to the sound—snap I went to captured these moments as they come. This is a series, and I am a serious reiterate.

Enjoy the picture after the jump.

John Hardy Jewelry

This post is not a paid advertisement nor it's an advert, it's just that I realized that I am so lucky to have worked with the most talented artisans on the planet! Established in Bali in 1975, John Hardy jewelry is dedicated to the creation of ultimate beauty through artisan hand-crafted jewelry. Their master artisan honors original craft through the perfection of modern designs, creating timeless one-of-a-kind pieces that are brilliantly alive.

I have visited the place from time to time, seeing my old colleagues and friends there, you can visit too! just contact them at visit@johnhardy.com

Sandals trend



I still couldn't find the one! Can you believe it? Grrrr... will keep looking and hopefully find the pair!
I have a crush on several, but haven't fall in love yet...

Bali Vegan Festival 2017

The Bali Vegan Festival was established by Down To Earth Bali in 2015 with the aim of inspiring people to choose a healthier, compassionate, ethical lifestyle through plant based eating. Now in its third year, the festival hopes to fuel a global movement by joining a number of progressive–minded communities around the world who host plant-based festivals from Nigeria to Romania.

The festival is open to all, proud vegans, vivacious vegetarians, omnivores, flexitarians and the vegan-curious. They hoped that through expert education, cooking demos’, talks, fantastic vegan products and community discussions they can expand the plant-based community and spread the message of one peaceful world through nutrition.

Inspiring a Cruelty-Free Lifestyle!
“If slaughterhouses had glass walls, we would all be vegetarian.” ― Paul McCartney

The Vegan Festival features food and drinks from restaurants across Bali and beyond. Entry to the Ubud Soccer Field (The Vegan Village) is free, and will feature yoga classes, vegan marketplace and daily entertainment. 



Playing tourist


I am merely playing tourist in Bali, here are come pictures from that activities... do enjoy!

Green Village

Green Village with 14 bamboo houses that are built along the terraced slopes of the Ayung River in Bali, is a community of unique homes. Each home is custom designed and rigorously engineered to embody the strengths and versatility of bamboo. There are total of 4 types of bamboos used in each constructions. I think photos are more appropriate enough to better explain visually, and if you want more images, you can go and browse  http://greenvillagebali.com/homes/

Today I played tourist and visited River House and Temple House.