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Batu Bambu – 16 Gründe warum unser zweites zu Hause auf Lombok ist


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„BE CAREFUL TRAVELING TO LOMBOK – YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE AND NEVER WANT TO LEAVE AGAIN“ – Batu Bambu WOW – Elisa hat es gemacht. Sie hat ihren Traum von einem Gästehaus auf Lombok verwirklicht und lebt nun ihr Leben auf der wunderschönen Insel in Indonesien. Die 27-jährige Deutsche hat ihr Leben in Deutschland

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BLUE MOOD, BLUE MOON


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Here I am, hiding behind my laptop, staring out the window now and then. By Dutch standards, it’s a beautiful day: the sky is blue and the sun is shining. Now and again, some small clouds drift by and I think of all the little animals that are being born on farms all over the country.

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Longboard & Yoga Retreat (Jan 2018), Retreats & Adventures, Salty Journal, salty places., Surfcamps, surfing., yoga

IMSOUANE RETREAT: RELAX, SOAK AND UNWIND


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Time flies! Only last month, we were  in the warm climate of Morocco and now I am shivering underneath multiple layers of clothing back in the Netherlands. Morocco is my second, no third, home base. I lived there for over two years. It was intense and I’ve seen and learned a lot. Now, I keep

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Support his dream. Aljaz Babnik and the story of a lost drone in Morocco.


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Imagine a week full of surfing, yoga, local food, nature and amazing people captured by a professional filmmaker. Stunning shots presenting the culture and essence of Morocco from different perspectives by this good-hearted soul: Aljaz Babnik. He is a globe photographer and filmmaker who is traveling the world for the last couple of years. Aljaz himself… checking the waves

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Timboektoe a beach paradise by the North Sea


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Today I want to introduce you to a very special place, a place where I have spent hundred of hours already, watching the waves, feeling the salt on my lips, getting inspired and meeting surf-addicted people, who became my friends. I am talking about this wonderful beach pavilion Timboektoe. For many years, Timboektoe has had a solid

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