To move to live in Bali. Features tropical immigration (continued)
Continue the theme of immigration on the tropical Paradise island of Bali. To delve into the sentimental details that first, it would not hurt to decide how you want this life: another culture, another language environment, and even at the resort, I will not. Here all the arguments are powerless. If a person wants to live in a place like Bali, it is difficult to somehow affect the world of his dreams, until he comes personally, and don't know what it's like from my own experience. I'm going to tell you about the peculiarities of local life through your own glasses.
English. English. And again English. I have always said and I will repeat how important it is to know him. Spoken, if not all, believe me, most of those people with whom you want to communicate. Without knowing the language you are condemning yourself to communicate only with a narrow circle of Russian supporters. I see people come here "no English", but I see that they stick. Im just getting bored. No matter how they tried to convince yourself otherwise, and the circle of friends and activities they will be limited.
But there is good news, English to learn, and learn in the process. Language is a living organism, if you plunge into its environment and, instead of hesitation, it will begin to teach, to ask, to chat, let your fingers, then very quickly come to the first communication skills, followed by everything else.
I was lucky. I studied English first at the Lyceum and then in College and am a translator by education. Think it's the most valuable investment of time and money as a student (unlike, faculty of management, where I studied after, and where teachers understand the meaning of the word "marketing" only from books, having no experience).
Advice to those who want to live in different countries and who have big plans, but currently no such opportunities – learn the language. He opens the door. Tested on himself.
With all this, having lived in Bali for over a year, I started to learn the local language. Want to...
In Bali there are no sidewalks, virtually no public transportation (city buses do not travel only between cities), traffic congestion and dashing motorcyclists, drivers of scooters (of mokikov). Without your own transport are here to do nothing. In the truest sense of the word. Of course, there are taxis, and you can rely on them, but this option is unlikely to be convenient.
I went to Bali without the experience and skill driving (I still don't know how to drive), but with a firm decision to get behind the wheel of a motorbike. And sat still. The month I was in a quiet area, and then "went to town". What can I say? I was even difficult to imagine yourself behind the wheel of a car – it's slow jams, and you can go with the wind.
Rent a bike about 60 dollars a month.
Rent a car somewhere 250-350 dollars a month for a new Toyota.
Friends. Relationship. Love.
Any resort is known for its ease and insouciance in matters of relationships, new acquaintances and novels, but to live in such an environment is not always easy.
Friends move away, relationships end (in two weeks), love fast. It is a resort. I know many girls who have lived here for several years, but still in the search. I don't want to scare you or to dissuade you, but this side of the issue exists, it is visible, it discuss. Here appreciated the "easy relationship" — a casual relationship. At least two of my friends left Bali because of the "nothing to catch" sorry for the slang. So if you "catch" — think.
Though...as for my love story, in fact quite the contrary, I found love here, on Bali.
Searches in Russia, travel, life in Nepal and Thailand, has led me on a mysterious island, where, quite unexpectedly and, even surprisingly, I met David. I never thought about the nationality of your young person, on the contrary said:
I am looking for personality, not for nationality
But still, having lived in Bali for more than six months (by the time we met), and having only one local (and 550 colleagues), I couldn't imagine what my choice will be baliet....we seemed too different. But it turned out very similar. But it is not a nationality, as you know, it's all about personality...
Now I'm happy, even I want to write: "I recommend to All! Tested on itself", but I'm afraid I don't understand.
Making new friends on the island too, a kind of story. A lot of surface relationships, many "fast food", but if you so much as I do, feel comfortable with a small circle of friends and you don't need to endlessly integrate into the fellowship and parties, you will be comfortable. I could care less about the Russian community in Bali, surf parties and more. Someone I know, someone not. Someone maintain communication with someone there, and most of all appreciate people who don't need it "support". Yes, I approve. I don't need to hold onto someone's sleeve just has a friend away from home, prefer to communicate only with like-minded people who do not need daily proof "of our relationship."
Moving is always a difficult thing. I can guarantee that you have "more time and relax" on arrival. But if you are quite self-sufficient, and moving is not an escape and not a "pink Mirage", it will be easier. And not even very good in the end.
Soft landing on the island of the Gods!
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On the island of Bali not so much exotic fruits, especially during their off-season ripening, and the prices are quite high. How do local justify such a high price: the island is small and there is almost nothing growing and all imported, so expensive. But I am inclined to them a little do not trust and think that high prices probably because of the desire to earn more money. If you search well away from the tourist places on the stalls and markets, you can find cheaper, but still prices are higher than in Thailand. For example, in may, I failed to find in Bali mango cheaper than 40000 rupees per kilogram, which is about 175 rubles, in Turkestan take even more expensive. And in Bangkok, at the same time in the supermarket and on the street local mango is from 25 baht per kilogram, which is 50 rubles. ...
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Everyone knows that Bali is a Paradise. But few people know that in this Paradise there is another small Paradise. Or rather three small Paradise in Paradise. This is the Gili Islands. But in this story we will talk about only one of them is Gili air.
The majority of tourists vacationing in Bali, do not even suspect that there are some very interesting small Islands with no cars, go carts and horses and power outages. We subtracted the island before the trip and included it in your itinerary. It was two wonderful days of our Bali holiday.
Transfer to Gili can be purchased at any local travel Agency. Prices vary from RS 350 000 to infinity. The average asking 500,000 rupees per person. As we traveled to Gili air from Ubud, we, of course, needed for the transfer. Boats to the Gili Islands depart from the pier of Padang Bay and runs a huge number of them from various travel agencies. We went to a couple of such travel agencies and, of course, chose the cheapest option. But if we knew what lies ahead for the economy. Looking ahead, say: "do Not take transfer of the company Hangari!". On the appointed day and time, we, with all the suitcases and enthusiasm, waiting for your Shuttle and here it is! Chic minivent, appearance survived a nuclear explosion, which in addition to the four of us were only a couple from Korea and all. Gone with the wind, but got stuck in traffic and the driver decided to go round a roundabout way. Jungles, villages, roads and then the door of the trunk open and suitcases Korean couples fall on the road, and we continue to go. Of course after a few meters, the driver stopped and loaded them back, but the situation repeated itself two more times and it was fun. Upon arrival at the port we were met by a local de ...
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Decided to tell you about the most hilarious taxi driver in Bali, but still with a good price for transportation. I highly recommend to all. He just charged us for the entire vacation. If you need a Shuttle service, would recommend. An-Chung - +62 819 1673 1213
Well, a little review of the Villa if anyone is interested.
Hi all. When I was going to go to Bali a lot, watched and read and wondered about the food. You can eat food for local or not? In the end I went to the local market and together with the residents ate. Was very tasty and not expensive. With stomachs too, all was well.
Apparently I'm not that adventurous. :)
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Bali 2019, just struck us with its beauty. For the first time in Bali, we never have been. But in this journey through Bali, we have experienced off the island and filmed a huge number of interesting places. A separate line of this Bali trip was the waterfalls. Every waterfall in Bali is unique and not like the rest. Nature, which is simply beyond words.
In this issue, we decided to go to the waterfalls of Bali near Ubud. Who did not know, Ubud is the center of Bali island, around which a great number of waterfalls, jungles, monkeys, temples and everything you need for relaxation and tranquility.
First visited the falls Tucked Cheung. A very beautiful place. Made my way to him through the gorge, under a light rain, but when he went away from there in the pouring rain Balinese! On the second waterfall came all wet and it was a real adventure! In the pouring rain, with umbrellas, four tourists going to the falls. The sight of something else! In General, see, don't forget to put the huskies, subscribe to the channel and be sure to write a review about the walk to the waterfall with umbrellas))))))
Of course, where do without food. Food in Bali is different, but in this issue, we dabble a bit with the oysters and that's a real buzz.