Flowing water, live fire and the sound of waves (plus the 6th video of Bali)

People have always been drawn to these. They (and some other similar things) give you a sense of relaxation, a change to be alone with yourself. This has also been the case with me as long as I can remember. For hours I could just stare at a fireplace or listen to the calming sounds of sea waves or flowing water. In here I have had a chance to do a lot of listening and I really couldn’t imagine my life without it. In the future, where ever I will settle down, it must by near the sea plus a small creek or river nearby. I’ve always been wandering why me and a lot of other people enjoy it so much. I know that it has to do with special wavelength sounds an so on but it still fascinates me. We haven’t yet had a change to sit by a fire during our journey but we will definitely fix that in our 3 weeks that’s left in Bali.

We plan to end our stay in this accommodation a bit earlier and go for a small trip to the further parts of the island. Along with that we’d like to stay in a very simple seaside bungalow type places for the night and shut ourselves off the grid so to say (except for google maps, so we wouldn’t get lost πŸ™‚ ). It’s also easier from traveling perspective since Bali is just too big to make longer journeys for several days in a row, at least on a scooter.

I know this post started quite philosophically but that’s just human nature πŸ™‚ Meanwhile I’ve finished the 6th video of Bali from where you can also see how an aftermath of a tropical storm looks like πŸ™‚

All the best :)!

Lauri

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