Saturday, January 5, 2019

Truth

Washing off 2017 like
Starting off the new year, once again from Bali (Indonesia);the better finds (read the more risqué) tend to come from here. 
Maybe it's a goodbye to 2017 (above); somehow I have only come around to publishing this Juuk Manis waterfall photo now.

Below a no-named waterfall on northern Bali elicits a great story in support of clothesfreedom; pity that our mainstream internet publishers require self-censure, so much for the advancement of humanity.

Back to the days we swam and had showers in epic waterfalls that we had all to ourselves ✨ it feels good to get out of cloth, material & covering up our bodies, it lets us breathe and be as we are, getting some sunshine rays on where it don’t hit 😂 (to majority of society who judge someone/people who express themselves through nudity not modesty) ya clearly don’t require to run around outside in circles naked chanting and advising the public you’re a hippy but truth be told who doesn’t chill around the house or with their close mates naked or shower or get changed or have sex or sleep naked like you’d be lying to yourself mate no need to make it taboo or sexualise nudity when it isn’t the intention nor the right moment. For me personally comfort is necessary if I wanna be clothes-free hahahah like gluten free. If it’s with a person or people I vibe with there can’t be awkward or judgmental energy because quite frankly that’s gross. My sense of humour is fucken weird so generally get naked for a lol or a joke. welcome to my morning mind 😘 hope you got to know me a little bit more past the surface gbye
Free. Naked. Happy. ...#free#nature#naturelovers#lovenature#naked#love;#freedom;#travel#traveler#traveling#backpack#backpacking#waterfalls#wasserfall#globetrotter#2monthtravelling#bali#indonesia#indonesien#ubud#dreads#dreadlockcommunity#dreadshare#dreadhead#wonderlocs#girlwithdreads#dreadsofinsta#freetheboobies;#freetheboobies😁
More Bali (above) while we also have from adjacent Java:

krisdiandro at Curug Leuwi Hejo, west Java:
It’s December 10th🎂
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Lemme be in my Birthday Suit 🙊
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#SagittarianRULES #BreakTheInternet
Choice
Monsoon Mondays #privatewaterfall #skinnydip #malaysia#holidaystyle #eindelijkopvakantie
Heading up the peninsula, above a solitary waterfall attributed to somewhere in Malaysia.

The southern islands of Thailand, are not too far away. Surprising how these islands all note waterfalls to enjoy nature.
Below the no. 2 waterfall on Thailand's Ko Samui (east coast).

The uphill scramble in 80% humidity and flip flops was worth it for this... 😍😍😍
Faire une pause et laisser mon corps reprendre ses droits. J'ai dansé ce matin et je me suis baignée dans une cascade cet après midi, voilà mon genre de fête 🎉 🎉
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Les consultations sont terminées pour cette année et en pause pour plusieurs semaines, le temps que j'écrive le plus gros de mon livre en cours et que je prépare ma reprise en consultations pour février ou mars. J'ai envie de prendre des vacances mais mon cerveau continue de fonctionner à plein régime après ces derniers mois intenses 🙃.
Quand on est entrepreneur.e il est difficile de mettre de coté son travail, surtout les premières années... On est constamment en train d'anticiper les prochaines étapes. Je lâche un peu du lest en faisant des activités qui sollicitent moins ma tête et plus mon corps, je me dis que les bonnes idées resteront et que les mauvaises repartiront si je ne me suis pas précipitée pour les noter 🤓.
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J'apprends aussi à me demander ce dont j'ai besoin et à me le donner, c'est plus simple pour moi ici j'ai bien fait de venir ♥️
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Et vous ? De quoi avez-vous besoin ? .
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📸 : 🌈
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#selfcare #care #love #selflove #ichooselove#waterfall #thailand #kohphangan #naked#skinnydipping#naturo #naturopath #naturopathy #nature#wild #water
Above a no-named waterfall on Ko Phangan, just north of Samui, both part of Surat Thani province. 

Unfortunately for the lookers, from here onwards, there's a bit of text to be dealt with, as I will share a couple of news clippings.
The Bangkok Post (Dec. 13) heads down south to Nakhon Si Thammarat
'Located 807km from Bangkok and about 30km or a 30 minutes' drive from Muang district, Phrom Lok Community has numerous natural attractions, local food and a variety of fruits for tourists to enjoy. A must-see in the community is Phrom Lok Waterfall visited by several royals. This waterfall is one of 10 in Khao Luang National Park....The TAT wants community tourism to attract a new generation of tourists by selecting communities in line with their needs. A team of designers from Bangkok University was invited to decorate and present local dishes in an interesting way and renovate homestays in 14 local communities, including Phrom Lok. Selected social media volunteers were invited to tour the communities and post their photos and comments'.
Following, off South Thailands west coast, the island of Ko Lanta. The waterfall located on the south of the island near Khlong Chak.

Found the fall 💦 #khlongchak#waterfall #kohlanta #thailand #krabi#jungletrek
Self censured
Doei Chiang Mai, tot de volgende 👋🏼
Heading north, northern Thailand is our next hot spot. 
Above the Huay Kaew near Chiang Mai city (top), while just outside thChiang Mai city boundaries is the Monthathan waterfall.

สวัสดี 😝🙈
The Bangkok Post (Nov. 1) takes a look at Chat Trakan (Phitsanulok):
'The other day while waiting out a heavy rain, my thought somehow drifted to Namtok Chat Trakan National Park of Phitsanulok province. Its namesake waterfalls are among those that often become lifeless in the dry season. I still remember that in 2016, the falls had to be closed to visitors from late March to the end of April simply because there was so little water. With plenty of rainfall this year, I expected that Chat Trakan waterfalls were likely to be at their best. So last weekend my friends and I made a trip to the park. Not only were we not disappointed, but the park amazed us with some pleasant surprises.
We arrived at the park in the evening just before the checkpoint was closed. We quickly pitched our tents at the camping ground and went to sleep early, partly because we were tired from spending the entire day on the road and partly because we wanted to wake up fresh the next day ready for the hike to all seven levels of the falls'.
Below is from Pai (Mae Hong Son province).

r o o t s 🌱
Now well and truly sans photo, we head from Laos.
The Bangkok Post (Dec. 27):
'When tourists go to the Unesco World Heritage town of Luang Prabang in Laos, many immediately think of Buddhist temples, such as Phra That Phou Si, and the simple yet beautiful way of life evinced in traditions like sticky-rice almsgiving. As a matter of fact, Luang Prabang has numerous natural attractions, such as waterfalls and Tham Ting (Pak Ou Cave) for visitors to enjoy. One of the most popular spots is Kuang Si Waterfall. Nestled in a tropical forest about 30km from the town centre, Kuang Si Waterfall has water all year round. In the rainy season, from April until mid-October, tthe water is deep green and people can hear the sound of the falling water from a long distance. In the dry season, from November until March, the water is bluish due to the presence of minerals such as copper.
A large number of tourists, both Lao and foreign, enjoy themselves at the waterfall. Many like to swim and soak themselves in the fall's natural pools. Jumping must be done with extreme caution while diving is prohibited there. Wearing bikinis and very revealing swimwear should be avoided'.
Odd this last sentence, there's nothing within Lao culture which would require this advice.

The Phnom Penh Post (Dec. 21) has an article on a lesser known waterfall in Pursat province:
'Chhay Roka Waterfall, with its beautiful wild flower strewn waterfall and its natural swimming pool, is fast becoming a popular spot for both local and foreign tourists, and its isolated location down small, winding paths means that motorbikes are the transport of choice for those who venture to this glorious location.
Located near Veal Veng district’s O’Som commune, situated in Pursat province, Chhay Roka Waterfall is a natural wonder estimated to be 40m high and 25m wide, with its swimming pool 2m deep. 
“Visitors can hire motorbike from nearby villagers or a homestay guesthouse. They reach the area by passing though banana plantations and forested areas." 
“It only takes one hour, but drivers can easily lose their way if they do not have experience, so we recommend a guide,” said homestay owner and local guide Noun Lim. 
Lim is head of Osoam Community Centre and runs a homestay guesthouse situated on the villages’ famously cold lake.
He also acts as a local guide, helping tourists organise hiking and camping trips to the area’s many waterfalls, as well as wildlife spotting trips to Samkos Mountain (‘Ghost Mountain’). 
“Most of our visitors are foreigners who wish to camp at waterfalls over night . . . tourists also enjoy trekking to see wild elephants, bison and bovine in the Ghost Mountain too,” Lim said.
Tourists who wish to visit this untouched waterfall must head along National Road 55, turning left at Veal Veng district’s Promouy Market until they reach O’Som commune. Sport-utility vehicles are recommended even during dry season'.
Grilled scorpions, snakes, magots and spiders? Yikes. Kullen [Siem Reap, Cambodia] Mountain and falls was absolutely beautiful and MUCH more impressive than I thought it would be. Glad my drone didn't crash too. Did you know that a lot of Cambodian villages don't have access to clean drinking water? Unclean water means a multitude of illnesses being spread to families and especially to young children. If you'd like to help, donate here: gogetfunding.com/clean-water-for-cambodian-villages/ Or their Facebook page for more information: https://m.facebook.com/cleanwaterfork... To help distribute water filter to people who need it most, a little can go a long way!

Innature


Me and four other travellers headed down from the homestay to Ban Gioc to experiance Vietnam's largest waterfall.Ban Gioc is the fourth largest waterfall in the world that sits on an International border. It's 30 meters high and 300 meters wide and was one of the most incredible moments of my life. To share it with fellow likeminded traveller's and be energised by the cool, clear water made it even more wonderful.
Heading eastwards, above Ban Gioc, northern Vietnam, below Kay-Ibon Falls (Luzon, Philippines), while rounding this edition off with a uncharacteristic entry from Taiwan.

rizzahdemesa at Kay-Ibon Falls, Luzon, Philippines
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