Have you ever thought about doing something right, but what you do seems not right for some people? On our last night in Bali, there were 3 motorcycles who followed us down the road to the villa where we stayed. It was around 11.30 PM when we went home and Villa Teduh is located in the depth of a residential area in a dead end road; there were only four houses, including Villa Teduh.
It was Dila who discovered that some people followed us that night and luckily we were close to the villa. When we parked the car, those people were waiting for us and we were so scared and panicky at the same time that we didn't know what to do. We decided to stay in the car and to phone someone at the villa, becasue those people were still there. And on that otherwise peaceful night, Dila made some loud noises by honking the car and I kept phoning the villa. Finally after 3 minutes, the motorcycles were gone. Then I realized that it usually is not a good choice to make noises in the middle of the night, but by doing so it can also save your life. It’s the same with supporting people to fight against HIV/AIDS: some people might think that it’s not a good thing, but by supporting them you could probably save someone's life -even thousands of lives. What I'm trying to say is just follow your heart if you really feel that it’s a good thing to do!
Enter our territory and follow the days of the lives of the protagonists of our project. On this page they will tell you everything about their work with Bali Against Aids. This blog will be their online diary: an opportunity for them to share their experiences and to give you a sneak peak into their life.
Enjoy the ride!