This is part 2 of the blog series “Moving To Bali?”
We’ve interviewed some really fascinating people that have courageously packed up, uprooted and moved to one of the most beautiful places on Earth – Bali, Indonesia.
If you have the desire to do the same, perhaps you would find it interesting to read why they did it and their recommendations of their favorite spots on paradise island they now call home.
|Spinach Quiche from Alchemy|
2. Clear Cafe – The staff love kids and they play with Tala (cookie points from the FLOW mamas!) Yummy smoothies, too!
|Tala and some raw vegan dessert! Look at his tongue, he can almost taste it!|
|O and Tala have a moment together in Clear Cafe|
4. Seniman – Coffee!
5. Locavore – The only place on my list that’s not kid friendly, it is reserved for special date nights or special lunch, it has a farm to table concept so everything is local. No canned beans or frozen scallops.
6. Biah Biah in Jalan Goutama – Yummy Balinese food, there are many places obviously but this place doesn’t use MSG and it’s in a “trendy” street with many shops to visit.
7. Dirty Duck Diner – For those days when I want a greasy duck with Nasi Kuning, their Escargot is really good too – French husband approved
8. Yoga Barn – Yoga and Dance! Plus, Tala can roam around their grounds while I’m in class
9. Taksu – Where Olivier gives sessions and workshops, beautiful garden setting, Shakti Dance class every Saturday with the beautiful Mishaal
10. Tulsi – An Indian restaurant in Nyuh Kuning with reliable Thali plates
|Kulfi: an frozen Indian delight!|
|Mouthwatering Thali plate (must have this soon!)|
11. Warung Sopa and Kopi Topi – Like Tulsi, these are hideaways from the Ubud tourists because they’re not on the city center. They are in a garden set up and it has many little shops inside owned by Japanese so you can imagine how cute, clean and well curated the shops are!
|cutiepie Tala eats clean at Warung Sopa|
|A complete healthy meal at Warung Sopa|
12. Sakti Restaurant in Five Elements – For times we really want to get awaaaay but not too far and has an All-Raw-Menu.
|Yoga with THAT view!|
2. Nuggets Corner Warung in Kuta – Don’t be misled by the name! They are a local warung that make Java style dishes. They only use fresh and locally sourced ingredients, no MSG! Their signature rendang dishes are slow cooked with 21 different mouthwatering spices. Try the Vegetable Rendang with red rice and their “Special Salad”.
4. Ocean Breeze Deli – When I need a break from the local food, this deli supplies everything we need, from my much needed bacon to muesli.
You’ll never guess that Adi once belonged in the corporate circuit. These days, she teaches yoga here and there, travels wherever her heart desires and blogs about her adventures and became insanely famous for her article “Don’t Date A Girl Who Travels“.
Unfortunately, Adi will not be present at the Gili Air & Lombok Retreat of FLOW because she is flying out to her next big adventure – Costa Rica! Follow her pursuits at www.lovethesearch.com