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A few frequently asked questions:
Q: How can I “visit” Bali virtually?
A: You will explore Bali virtually in 3 ways. (1) You can see yourself advancing on the map of Bali. (2) You can explore the location that you are at by clicking on “Show me on Street View” after loading the map (or by dragging and dropping the yellow figure to a nearby location on the map). (3) You will receive messages through pop ups on the app and emails about attractions that you have passed or interesting aspects of the Bali culture.
Q: How do I join the Virtual Walk Around Bali and get started?
A: Step 1) Purchase your entrance ticket using this link. Click on “Join” and create an account with My Virtual Mission as part of the process.
Step 3) Start walking, running, biking, etc and log your steps or distances on My Virtual Mission. This will allow you to start advancing on the map and “visit” Bali.
Q: What types of activities can I use to advance on the map?
A: It’s up to you! You can choose to include all of your daily steps, your dedicated walks, your runs, your bike rides and even your workouts. You can log on the platform steps and distances for various activities and you can also convert the time spent doing many physical activities into distances using the conversion chart. Different people will choose to log different types of activities.
Q: Do I need a smartwatch to participate in the Virtual Walk Around Bali?
A: No! You don’t need a smartwatch. You can use a step counter or an exercise tracker app of your choice on your phone. Some people use apps like Strava or the health app from the phone. If you don’t have a smartphone, you can convert the time spent doing activities like walking into distances.
Q: Do I need to use a specific app to track my distances?
A: You can use the app of your choice to track your distances. You can then input manually the distances or steps into My Virtual Mission. It is also possible to sync certain apps to send data automatically to the Virtual Walk Around Bali. However, we recommend that you input your distances manually onto the My Virtual Mission platform for more accurate tracking. For questions and support regarding connecting apps, please contact directly My Virtual Mission. The Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline does not make any guarantees regarding the connection of any apps with My Virtual Mission.
Q: Can I participate in the Virtual Walk Around Bali if I don’t live in Canada?
A: Yes, you can participate from anywhere in the world but you will pay your entry in CAN$. There may be conversion fees to your local currency.
Q: What is the red marker on the map?
A: The red marker shows your target distance based on time lapsed since you start the Virtual Walk Around Bali
Q: What do I get when I complete the route?
A: You will receive a virtual finisher certificate via email.
Q: What happens if I am unable to complete the Virtual Walk Around Bali with the time frame that I chose when I registered?
A: You are able to extend the timeframe to complete the mission if needed.
Q: Can I record activities (steps or distances) from a previous day?
Yes, you can record activities from a previous day. You simply indicate the date of the activity when you record it.
Q: Who is organizing the Virtual Walk Around Bali?
A: The Virtual Walk Around Bali is organized by the Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline, located in Toronto Canada. The activity is hosted through the My Virtual Mission platform.
Q: How can I get involved with Rotary?
A: We are always looking for new members. If you are located in Toronto, you can contact the Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline to learn about ways to get involved at firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, you can find a local club in your area through this site.