We left Ubud and it’s hot, humid busy-ness, and headed for the beach.
Sanur is everything that we thought we weren’t looking for. A tourist spot full of easy access places and lots of families – but in fact it’s just what we needed with two smalls who don’t sit still!
We found an amazing little apartment in a complex with a private pool, and a 5 minute walk to the most beautiful beach and little strip of cafes.
We fell into an easy rhythm of walks to swim in the sea, fresh young coconuts, morning naps, dips in the pool where Erin has learnt to swim, quiet time, school time, work time.
Trying to find our family rhythm and learning all the extra lessons that come alongside testing our edges, and ideals, combating our boredom at back to the mundane daily, trying to find something that works for all of us to be together, doing the things we need to do when it’s no longer a holiday. We are trying to find our personal boundaries, or work boundaries. Finding out how we want this life to look when we return home, connecting some more dots and creating a unique way.
All the small things. The extraordinary in the ordinary day.