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Event of the Month: Don’t Miss! The Bali Spirit Festival, 20th-24th March

Thursday, March 7, 2013

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Event of the Month: Don’t Miss! The Bali Spirit Festival, 20th-24th March

Let’s face it – everyone loves a good festival. Live music, culture, yummy food stalls, blazing hot weather (unless we’re talking Glastonbury, of course… but hey, we’re in South East Asia!). Karen Farini, Deputy Editor of S.E.A Backpacker find out all about the tantalizing BaliSpirit Festival...

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Event of the Month: Bali Arts Festival 2012, Indonesia (11th June – 9th July)

Friday, June 1, 2012

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Event of the Month: Bali Arts Festival 2012, Indonesia (11th June – 9th July)

Taking place over an entire month from mid June to mid July, the Bali Arts Festival is a unique extravaganza of arts, music, dance and history celebrating passion and pride in Balinese culture. Amongst other performances, famous masked dances originating from tribal villages are showcased and ancient classic stories retold. There's a vibrant atmosphere all across the island as celebrations are enjoyed by locals and travellers alike. For first time travellers to Bali, it's a fantastic introduction to the rich heritage of the spirited destination...

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Get Paid to Travel: You Could Be Teaching English Abroad Now!

Saturday, January 1, 2011

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Get Paid to Travel: You Could Be Teaching English Abroad Now!

TEFL stands for ‘Teaching English as a Foreign Language’ and it’s the magic formula that many backpackers are using right now to fund their ongoing globe-trotting adventures. S.E.A Backpacker teamed up with Island TEFL based on the sun-drenched island of Koh Samui in Thailand to offer you this life-changing opportunity. In just 4 weeks you could be qualified to teach English anywhere in the world!

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South East Asia: A rice ingrained culture

Saturday, August 7, 2010

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South East Asia: A rice ingrained culture

For backpackers in Asia, rice forms part of a cheap meal, but to the people of Asia, especially for the very poorest, rice is not just a food. Rice equals life. In fact, nearly 7 out of 10 people, or two thirds of the world's population depend on it for sustenance...

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