Surfing With Kima Surf Camp in BaliWednesday, September 18, 2013
Clueless in Bali? Stay with Kima Surf Camps for stress-free surfing and chillin’!
I had planned to do the Vietnam - Cambodia - Laos route because I've heard so many wonderful stories from travelers I've met in Thailand. But I later realized that the wet season in Southeast Asia starts around June to July so I escaped the rain and now I am back in Indonesia!
Check out this video for the Full Kima Surfari experience:
How to Make This Trip Happen:
- Cebu Pacific now flies directly from Manila to Bali. My round trip ticket cost me 230 USD.
- Before you leave home, make sure to call your bank to activate your ATM and/or credit card for international use.
- Bring an extra or unlocked phone to use with an Indonesian SIM card which costs around 50,000 IDR (about 4.50 USD) to avoid unnecessary charges from your network. It's also a lot cheaper that way.
- Filipinos and other ASEAN nationals get a free 30 day visa upon arrival, but it cannot be extended. So try to come home before it expires! I know, it will be challenging because you'll want to stay longer.
Stoked in Canggu,
Sole Sister Adi
Adi escaped from the corporate life and her life now happily revolves around yoga, surfing and traveling. Her goal is to live an eco-friendly lifestyle and inspire those around her to do the same. She shares her AntiGravity and yoga practice everywhere she goes and dreams of building Secret Spot hostels in beautiful tropical destinations. Her goal is to speak Spanish and Indonesian by the end of the year! Follow Adi's adventures on wahineyoginitravels.blogspot.com
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