South east asia
When it comes to accessible, affordable, available yoga studios on Bali, there are two big names most yogi keens will have heard of. The Yoga Barn in Ubud and Serenity in Canggu. The people you meet in one place are likely just arrived from the other, or about to head off to the next. A pretty decent way to botanise your way around the island, if you ask me!
But say you only have the chance to visit one of them,
which is the better pick?
In this post I will break down the differences between the two studios in terms of location, facilities, prices and on-site accommodation
Now I am not the biggest fan on lists promting you "must do this, must do that" but when it comes to vegan food, I will happily make an exception. Here are my top 3 places in Canggu, Bali.
Chiang Mai is ranked one of the most vegan friendly cities in the world. I spent the first week of November eating my way through two handfuls of these restaurants... all in the name of science of course!
Here are my recommendations in a, somewhat, chronological order.
Last time I travelled through South East Asia, I wanted to pack as lightly as possible and thus only brought my mobile phone with me. Something I deeply regretted at times, especially when a simple walk down the streets ticks so many of my boxes. The flaky paints, the highly detailed temples, the massive trees that grows so neatly between the paving stones that you think they have been entvined for ever… fast forward four years and I have it on DSLR!
Rushing up to Chiang Mai to partake in the light festivals!