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Where Have I Landed? – Day 16

Ohhhhh, Legian. You certainly are VERY different from Ubud… in more ways than one!

It’s Christmas Eve here (16 hours ahead of my peeps at home). I woke up and did some work as I enjoyed my favorite juice from The Yoga Barn (brought one with me for the road) – turmeric, pineapple, ginger and lime.

After breakfast, I went for a walk in hopes of finishing up a little Christmas shopping…

While everywhere I have been in Bali is heavy on the “Taxi (although they spell it Taksi)… motorbike?” thing… Legian is on another level. Every 5 steps, “taxi, motorbike?” I can only say “no thank you” so many more times… LOL. But this side of the island seems to attract another type of tourist.


Last Leg Of My Journey – Welcome to Legian! – Day 15

It was a rough night with disrupted sleep, but I bounced out of bed ready to move my body!

I headed to The Yoga Barn for a Yoga + Weights class then grabbed a delicious grilled veggie scramble for breakfast.

I didn’t have time to finish up my gift shopping since I was expecting my driver and still had some last minute packing to do. So I grabbed a turmeric tonic to go and headed to my villa to freshen up and check out.


So You’re Telling Me There Is No Internet? – Day 13

I love storms. They remind me of being a kid and sitting on the porch swing all bundled up with my Nana as she told me ghost stories amidst the rain, wind, thunder and lightening. Hot cocoa always accompanied these nights.

I get excited in San Diego when it rains – it brings back so many memories of growing up in Snohomish, WA (outside of Seattle). Soccer games in the mud; track meets and cheerleading while drenched and freezing. Running through it laughing and jumping in puddles. Of course, I moved to Cali to get away from all of that, but I wouldn’t change a THING about where I grew up. I love my little hometown – and the people in it.

Ubud, Bali is different though.