Living our best life in Bali •
We’re volunteering at an eco house with lots of cats, dogs and a lovely chicken. Yesterday we made our own cob (mud, sand and straw) and formed bricks out of it! It’s so much fun working with people from all around the world and get in touch with locals and learn about their culture. We planned to stay only for a few days on the farm but I think we’ll stay for a week... or maybe longer!
Get back to nature with a getaway at the multi award-winning Eco Beach Resort, set amongst the pristine and untouched Kimberley environment. Located 130km south of Broome this eco resort provides guests with an unforgettable and unique experience.
The grass isn’t always greener on the other side, but if you’re in the PNW it definitely is! One of the most remarkable things about the Emerald City 🌳 and the Rose City🌹 is their progressive approach toward sustainability.
•Most places required you to ask for a straw if you wanted one or provided you with eco-alternative.
•Every restaurant had separate bins for paper, plastic, and composting!
•Most stores used paper bags instead of plastic.
•A fair amount of the transportation systems were electric and emitted no gas at all. There were solar bikes and scooters EVERYWHERE that you could rent.
•There was an abundance of parks to visit and farm-to-table restaurants.
Everything we experienced really modeled the best ways of how nature and civilization could coexist symbiotically. One of the harshest realities was coming back to NYC and taking in a breath full of exhaust fumes as plastic bags Katy Perry’d through the wind 💨. We miss the freshness of the air! If we take away any lesson from out West, it’s that the smallest actions can have the biggest impact on our planet.🌎