The Ocean: the world’s largest habitat

  The Ocean: the world’s largest habitat   Connect yourself to the depths of the ocean, where there are no waves. The deeper you go, the more you’ll find stillness,

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Indonesia’s sports

Published on Gili Life LET’S PLAY! Indonesians love sports. They love playing and they love watching them, especially if Indonesia is one of the contestants! However, the concept of sport,

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Teak: Indonesia’s Precious Wood

TEAK WOOD INDONESIA’S PRECIOUS RESOURCE PUBLISHED ON GILI LIFE Wood is a fascinating material, unparalleled in its beauty and functionality. Whether burnt for heat, carved for construction or worshipped as

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Seasons in Indonesia

SEASONS IN INDONESIA Equatorial climate at its best     Published on Gili Life Covering over 5,000 km, Indonesia is one of the largest archipelagoes in the world, with thousands

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Answering to the call of nature – Toilet Day

ANSWERING TO THE CALL OF NATURE Toilet Day On October 2014, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Swachh Bharat Abhyan Mission (Clean India) which includes the challenge to provide

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Sustainable holidays – Earthship in West Sumbawa

  SUSTAINABLE HOLIDAYS – EARTHSHIP IN WEST SUMBAWA   Published on Bali&Beyond Photos by NabilGandhi.com and Fakeye It is 11pm and the light goes off. The electricity supply for the

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Reef life

REEF LIFE   Published on Gili Life Connections and Relations in the Coral Reef Coral reefs are some of the most diverse and productive ecosystems in the world, supporting an

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The Moon

THE MOON Published on Gili Life Time and tide wait for no man – Geoffrey Chaucer STRUCK BY THE MOON The transition from the brightness of a full moon to

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Sustainable Travel: Take only Pictures, Leave only Footprints

SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL: TAKE ONLY PICTURES, LEAVE ONLY FOOTPRINTS Sustainable Travel is the management of all resources in such a way that economic, social, and aesthetic needs can be fulfilled while

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INDONESIA’S FIRST EARTHSHIP

We’re always after another challenge, because the challenge makes us better at what we do. — Mike Reynolds   The sun is high in the sky at Gili Kenawa, West

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