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The Night. One Night. One Night in Bali. It evokes the escape, the journey, the silence, the heat, the moments suspended in time. Bali, island of flowers. A few kilometers away from Java and a few degrees below the Equator, Bali blossoms under the petulant gaze of the Agung, a still active volcano. The island is the first key to sinking body and soul into incredible Indonesia. Bali is a succession of emotions both strong and freeing. Everything here is generosity, spirituality and authenticity.If traveling with style and simplicity is a philosophy, Bali is a necessary stop.
We arrived in Oman, a fertile country sprinkled with streams and planted with trees, orchards, and palm groves, producing many fruits of various kinds,' the famous Moroccan traveler Ibn Battuta wrote in the 14th century. Oman – pearl of the Arabian Peninsula. Fragment of A Thousand and One Nights, surrounded by the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea. There are as many landscapes in the heart of the Sultanate of Oman as there are stories that begin with 'Once upon a time…'

Once upon a time there was a sailor named Sinbad, who vividly described his seafaring and how forts and spice trade centers from Zanzibar to Mogadishu were erected. There was the Queen of Sheba, whose kingdom was established in the remains of Sumhuram. And the lost city of Ubar, known as the Atlantis of the Sands. And Marco Polo who, upon arriving in the Land of Oman declared: 'I have discovered paradise'.

This is simply magical. Magical such as 'Une Nuit à Oman'.
The United States, East Coast, near the Big Apple. Take the road for a few hours and discover a rough sea on the horizon. Drive along the coast of Long Island and you're there, at a spot called the Hamptons. This is the End. Imagine a 200-year-old lighthouse with its original 200 steps, looking out over Peaconic Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a reference point; a guardian against the storms of yesterday and tomorrow. Shining beyond the realm of possibility, where even stars seem out of place.

In 1972, Andy Warhol found himself under Montauk's spell while in search of a hiatus from life. It marked the beginning of 20 years of joy, artistic excitement, and serendipitous encounters. A nod to the past where people like Peter Beard, Lee Radziwill, Jackie O., The Rolling Stones, Truman Capote, Catherine Deneuve, John Lennon, Paul Morrissey, Mohammed Ali, Halston, and Elia Kazan intersected and collided. More recently, it was featured in 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind', along with the love poems of Michel Gondry.

Today, Montauk enlivens famous artists, surfers, navigators and gypsetters as much as the anonymous lovers of nature and fresh air. It is extraordinary in its simplicity.