HOW I GOT AROUND KUTA, PADMA, SEMINYAK AND UBUD
I don’t know about you, but when I travel I always consider how I’m going to get from A to B
Booking central accommodation and being walking distance to transport systems are mostly at the top of my checklist. Especially when staying in city’s.
On my latest trip, back to Bali; where I stay with good friends. The good old scooter is the main mode of transport for many locals and ex-pats. But if you’re not confident enough to brave the sometimes-crazy traffic what are your other options?
Below are the three-main means of transport I used while in Bali. With some great advice from my friends I downloaded the three apps for the companies I planned to use; I did this while in Bali.
Along with these apps and a few other little tips your travels in Bali should be stress free!
Here is my first blog post for SOLO WOMEN TRAVEL TRIBE.
It’s my first post as a brand ambassador for this awesome group of women who want to encourage and inspire each other.
In this post I write about how my first solo travel experience happened and the confidence gained from it.
Looking for a different way to travel? Try WorkAway.
I’ve been looking forward to writing this post for two reasons.
Number one. WORKAWAY is a great way to travel on a budget as long as you don’t mind maybe getting your hands dirty. This was my first time doing WORKAWAY, even though I have done WWOOFing and volunteering in the past.
And two. I was lucky enough to have amazing hosts in an incredibly beautiful part of Italy. After emailing each other for what seemed like an eternity, I finally got to experience my first WORKAWAY stay @BORGO PETROIO.
Kia Ora and welcome,
I'm Gina from beautiful New Zealand.
Sharing inspiration to take the first step towards travel, a positive lifestyle and the wanderlust spirit. If you think you missed the boat when everyone else was traveling in their 20's don't worry. I'll give you the tools, advice & inspiration that your never too old to get out there and see this planet!
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"You can never cross an ocean until you have the courage to lose site of the shore" -Christopher Columbus-