One thing that frustrates me and is a major drawback for a lot of people who want to travel to Indo is the amount of disrespectful tourists and ex-pats trying to take over in the water and on land (not naming nationalities, but I am sure people will have a fair clue of whom I speaking of).
The bad thing is the place is full of people who want to see and enjoy Bali and our economy is based on tourism.
Yes, the Balinese people are so peaceful and respectful to others, They all feel so blessed every day in life for what they have, no matter how little or how much.
Well, we all grow up surfing good waves every day and sometimes that just makes the people here already happy and content with their lives.
But now, slowly but surely, the government and the younger generation are starting to care about our island and organize beach cleanups and will tell people to clean up after themselves.
One thing that always strikes me about the Balinese is their religion and how they do not force their beliefs onto other people.
It is an extremely friendly place to live and there is so much love on the islands, so it is hard for them to want to leave that life behind and try to chase others things in life.
Varun and Bronson always try to push each other in and out of the water and I love to film the boys surfing these days as it is like a mini pro junior contest when they surf together.
Read more here: The Inertia