So I made it back to Bali with such a little trouble, it’s like I’m meant to be here.
I was worried about a few things getting here; we woke up late to get to the airport (not a problem), my bag was overweight (didn’t even notice), the asshole in Myanmar cancelled my visa (got my passport stamped and left), and my phone died which meant I couldn’t contact my driver at the airport (his phone had died as well so he just had a little sign). It all worked out very well!
Like everyone, I have my doubts about what the hell I’m doing and if what I’m doing is good or not.
I have these doubts more than you would think. These can be from little things wondering if I’m pretty enough (no one cares) or if I’m funny (I think I am so that’s fine) to more serious things. Wondering if I’m even a good yoga teacher, questioning relationships with people and questioning myself and my intentions.
Those times when everything just seems too perfect. I feel too happy for it to last and I have to register that this will be a time that I remember so fondly. So I take a breath and do my best to remember everything about it.
Don’t get me wrong, travelling is a lot of fun. But there’s something about being in a private room, for one, and being able to really unpack your bag and settle down. It feels like I have a little more purpose now.
So after all my shit luck with Dengue Fever not-fun times, it was time for me to get the eff out of Thailand. Thailand only has 30 day visa’s so I had exhausted my efforts here. I know I’ll be back to go to the mainland as I didn’t do anything on the mainland in the last month. Island life, right?!
I’ve moved. Think of it like moving from a small apartment; that was nice, but the landlord increased the rent. So now I’m in a bigger house where I can have a dog, a backyard and plant some flowers. This is my new blog where I’ll be posting from now onwards. I’ll be sure to publish a few of my previous posts here that were popular on the last blog page. But now that I have an official page all to my own, it’ll become a lot more in-depth from me on what I’m offering the world.