Travelers to Spain and Italy with us in May 2016 were treated to the strongest dollar since it was devalued in June 2003 by then President George Bush. Currently valued at $1.00 Euro = $0.91 US, the dollar to euro rate is predicted to reach parity by the end of… Read more »
Thirty years ago, Cabrillo College Instructor of Drama Judy Slattum made a life-changing decision to resign her full-time teaching position after 11 years and start a small, educational travel company based on her experience organizing and leading study tours for Cabrillo and Monterey Peninsula Colleges. The foundation of this company… Read more »
Healers and Healing Traditions: a journey into the culture and healing arts of Bali Jan. 27-Feb. 9, 2016 Understanding Balinese Trance: An Experiential Workshop and Seminar Feb. 20, 27 & March 8, 2016 3 days Total Solar Eclipse and New Years Festival in Bali 2016: A Yoga Excursion with Susan… Read more »
Nyepi, the Balinese New Year is one of the most important ceremonies on the 2010 day Bali-Hindu Calendar year. In a remarkable coincidence on March 9 i2016 at around 4:00PM, Nyepi will occur the same day as a total solar eclipse. Even more exciting, astronomers consider Indonesia to be one… Read more »
In 1999, Cal Stanny came to Bali as a member of a Healing Arts tour Made Surya led for the Institute of Noetic Sciences. A year and a half later, he was inspired to return, and study with one of Bali’s distinguished healers with the assistance and translation of Surya…. Read more »
Sept. 1-12, 2015 Nature lovers please consider joining Made Surya this September to visit four of the 17,000 islands that comprise the nation of Indonesia stretch more than 3,000 miles along the equator, bridging Asia and Australasia. The archipelago’s wide range of habitats are home to more than 1,600 species… Read more »
The Indonesian government has extended visa-free entries to the citizens of 19 countries, including the US, in order to increase inbound tourism numbers to Indonesia. This will inevitably streamline visitors arrival in Bali, where long lines for visa’s have resulted in gridlock.
Bali’s capitol aims to tighten enforcement of tobacco control laws and make public spaces in Indonesia’s most popular destination smoke-free. “The goal is, in the future people can no longer smoke mindlessly, even in an open space or streets. They can only smoke in the provided smoking corners,” Denpasar mayor… Read more »