Photos of the Week

We’ve begun to settle in our new home here in Bali, and things so far have been amazing. My wife and I live in Ubud, the cultural and spiritual centre of the whole island, so there is no end to the amount of amazing artists, delicious restaurants, and cool cafes to go to.

There also is a thriving music scene here, so you can find live music any night of the week, which is really getting me stoked, and I’ve already made a connection at this smaller cafe with a balinese guy and we played our first gig last Tuesday.

Both of us really feel we are exactly where we are supposed to be and the Universe seems to be giving us subtle reassuring nods that this is the case.

The internets been a little hit or miss here, and our amount of time on the computer has drastically dropped, but I’m going to try and post new photos from this incredible place each week. Hope you enjoy!!

Bali has some very unique Temples.This one’s surrounded by a lotus pond and is right in the heart of Ubud.

Ubud also boasts some amazing rice fields. You can spend hours walking around enjoying the sun, the friendly people, and all that nature has to offer.

And when in doubt, you can always take a walk in Monkey Forest,

Just don’t take yourself to seriously….

This weekend we’re headed to Kuta Beach for some surfing and sunset beach parties, so stay tuned for pictures of me attempting to surf, wiping out and having a great time doing it,

Stay Stoked, Stay Inspired

 

Brandon Nadeau

4 Comments

    • Dusty! Long time bro, thanks for checking out the pics, its hard not to be inspired here. I’ll keep those photos coming the best I can, and if you ever want an epic surf adventure, come visit us!!

  1. I enjoyed your pictures very much. looks like an enchanting place. LOVE ALAN

    • This place definitely feels enchanted and at least partly magical. The place we’re living is very artistic and spiritually oriented, so we’re meeting some pretty amazing people. Shared a coconut with a 75 year old rice farmer who I swear had the vitality of a 20 year old. He even climbs the coconut trees to get the fruit himself. Might be something in the air here. Take care Al, and talk to ya soon

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