Secret Bali: An Unusual Guide

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About the Author

Six nerve-wracking hours dangling from a frayed cable in a Venezuelan cable-car sent Mark Eveleigh into free-fall on a career as travel writer, specialising in adventure. He taught himself Indonesian in preparation for an expedition he led into Central Borneo's "valley of the spirit world" (which became the subject for his first book, Fever Trees of Borneo). Mark fell in love with Bali when he spent a year living with a Balinese family in 2003 and for more than five years now his writing base has been in the island's "wild west". Although he's covered assignments in more than 100 Indonesian islands (for BBC, CNN, Esquire, National Geographic Traveller and others), Mark still describes the remoter parts of Bali as "a forgotten paradise". Narina Exelby is a freelance writer and editor who swopped stability in Cape Town and 15 years in the international magazine industry for freedom and life on the road. Her default setting has always been to seek out quiet spaces, which is one of the reasons Narina's base for the past few years has been the far west coast of Bali, four hours away from the crowds. She travels frequently - mostly around South East Asia, Southern Africa and Europe - and when she leaves her treehouse sanctuary for a city, she revels in the chance to drink good wine and indulge in cheese... and is often surprised by the delight she finds in the rhythm of big city l