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Leaving BALI. Here’s what we saw

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We're just leaving Bali. It was a quick trip, but greatly needed and appreciated. Wish we could have done more but we got a lot in. Complement this vlog with my latest podcast episode:

Here's the meditation practice I talked about:

This is not a sponsored video. I just wanted to show you where we were.

When we stayed at Four Seasons Sayan, they were so nice to us and gave a great itinerary for what to do around Ubud. Here is my Ubud Bali trip itinerary, courtesy of the general manager at the Four Seasons Sayan:

Kintamani Lake – see Mt Batur – Volcano
Holy Spring Water Temple or "Trita Umpul"
Gunung Kawi Temple
Terrace Rice Fields
Ubud for lunch and walking tour

* Melting Wok – food from Laos. Big bowls of noodles, curries. Few dishes written on a chalk board and few specials. Very home style, cash only restaurant. The chef is the owner as well.
* Alchemy – Vegan restaurant – great salads, fresh juices, smoothie bowls etc.
* Hujan Locale – Modern Indonesian cuisine (also very good for dinner)
* Indus – Indonesian Food. They have a beautiful terrace, that overlooks the valley. Very nice. They also have western food, but known for their Indonesian. Best for lunch.
* Cantina – Taco bar, small restaurant, owned by the same Chef of Pica Restaurant (see below). Casual, but great tacos.
* Kafe – Small chilled out cafe. Service casual cafe food, good salads, sandwiches etc

1. Pica – a fave: South American food.
2. Mozaic – great French Indonesian cuisine, sit outside under the trees in the garden area. It's quite an experience. Ideal for a quiet night.
3. Kebun Bistro – French and Italian food. Nice atmosphere. Nice buzz to it.
4. Naughty Nuri's – Known for it's BBQ pork ribs. It's an institution. Cash only, no reservations are taken. First come first serve. Anthony Bordain loves eating here. Best known ribs on the island. Started off by a guy from Texas. Now run by his wife as he passed away. Strong martinis and margaritas.

Threads of Life
Biasa – Womens tropical wear – cotton, linen etc
Asters – Mens and Womens tropical wear – cotton, linen etc
Ulluwatu – known for lace work
Nico Perez – Mens and womens' wear
Wardini – place for small inexpensive gift items (sarongs, scarfs, batik and ikat fabric)
Galleries – Tony Raka Gallery

* Monkey Forest or Jalan Monkey Forest
* Dewi Sita Street or Jalan Dewi Sita
* Hanuman Street or Jalan Hanuman

Handicraft Villages:
* Mas Village – known for teak wood carvings, teak wood furniture
* Batu Bulan – Stone Carving Village

Things to do on site Four Seasons Sayan:
Sacred Nap
Cooking Class at Sokasi
Chef's Table at Sokasi by the river
Signature Chakra treatments in the spa villas (try Muladhara and the Anahata)
River Rafting

We stayed at two Four Seasons places (as seen in reel at end of this video):


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28 Comments on Leaving BALI. Here’s what we saw

  1. Libard Chapal // 11th April 2018 at 4:52 am // Reply

    first.. thanks

  2. Zul Khaidir Kadir // 11th April 2018 at 5:00 am // Reply

    i am Indonesian and i am proud of you brandon.. terima kasih telah datang

  3. Martin Felip Coliflores // 11th April 2018 at 5:19 am // Reply

    woho! good to see you Brendon!

  4. Love it!! This definitely inspired me to checkout Bali next time I’m in Asia! Have so much fun in Thailand!! The land of smiles 😀 If you get a chance (not sure if you will, because of your crazy busy schedule for business as you mentioned) but IF you do, checkout Chiang Mai & Pai in Northern Thailand – we were supposed to stay 3 weeks and ended up staying 4 months just in Thailand working & exploring :). Enjoying the vlogs Brendon!

  5. Loganathan M // 11th April 2018 at 5:31 am // Reply

    Great post more like this

  6. Raymond Harlall // 11th April 2018 at 5:31 am // Reply

    Where are you going Brendon

  7. Welcome sir….

  8. I want you to look into the Japanese religion called Shinto which America demonized after the wwii and banned in Japan. It’s all about appreciation. No wonder Japan was strong considering the size of our country. No wonder why America noticed the power of the religion and banned. There are other elements in our society that kept us happy and strong back then which they took away. Fortunately the religion is our culture so it survived mostly. If you see what winners deprive from losers, you’ll see what the gifts are in the world. Anyway, sorry for this weird comment. I didn’t know how else to put it. I love your videos. I come for your good positive vibes. So happy for you that you keep going in life! Congrats on your trip.

  9. Tolgonai Nasipbekova // 11th April 2018 at 8:20 am // Reply

    I am from Kyrgyzstan and we have same tradition in my culture ❤️ I love your work, Brendon ❤️☘️

  10. Zakaria Bikfiss // 11th April 2018 at 9:32 am // Reply

    The world is so lucky that we have people like you !!

  11. Bali is awesome.

  12. Thank you for the inspiration Brendon.

  13. Nawaf AlOthman // 11th April 2018 at 11:13 am // Reply

    Love the blog thing keep it up , please consider doing HP coaching course in Kuwait

    Am welling to help

    • Thanks Nawaf! Our coaches are all certified by HPI. Details at

    • Nawaf AlOthman // 11th April 2018 at 3:25 pm // Reply Brendon I mean you provide a course in HP coaching just like the one you do in your home town to graduate coaches

      Ppl are very much I trested in that, and am welling to help in organising the raining

      Kuwait is the center of gulf region and most advanced when it come coaching courses

  14. LILIANA SURIEL // 11th April 2018 at 1:39 pm // Reply

    I love these vlogs. Traveling has changed me as a person. I take positive aspects of different cultures and combine them to enrich my life. Everyone should travel!!

  15. Simple Yet Chic // 11th April 2018 at 2:02 pm // Reply

    Really enjoyed this vlog! Have fun!

  16. Andrew Warby // 11th April 2018 at 2:51 pm // Reply

    Thanks Brendon. Indonesia is beautiful. So is Thailand. It’s the perfect time of year to be in that part of the world. I once lived in Thailand, fell in ❤️ instantly, & you will love it, too.

  17. karima bendji // 11th April 2018 at 3:15 pm // Reply

    Yeah ..Bali is amazing just like its people ..u should try a rafting in “Ayung”River .its so exciting and wonderful ..and a jump in its breathtaking waterfalls….have a nice trip.

  18. karima bendji // 11th April 2018 at 3:35 pm // Reply

    There are also ..Muslims ..there not all balinese are hindus ..u do know that bali in Indonesia …and indonesia is the biggest muslim country in the world …whether they r muslim or hindus
    .they r all l so kind and smiling all the time …”not necessarily happy “but smiling they do have many problems .and especially economic …not all of them can have access to education or healthcare …its very expensive …thats why u see them in farms and fields ..working ..or craftsmen …because of their low ressources they cant do many things or improve their lives …many rent their rooms in guest house ..for tourists but thats not enough ..many kids stop school at 8 th grade ..or less …but they keep smiling! u have to take a look at the people in deep and talk to them yhe streets or those selling little things in the popular market or streets ..not from the 4 seasons..enjoy your trip ..dont forget to help some needy people there.Good Luck.

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