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Komodo Part I: Land, Labuanbajo, Indonesia travel blog

Komodo Part I: Land

A travel blog entry by jesshiggins

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The landscape of Flores is stunning. The island is built from volcanoes, some long covered in forest, some still smoking. These dramatic knife-points make it breathtaking but, as Shen phrases it, best traveled by helicopter. The road from Bajawa to ...

Borobudur, Yogyakarta, Indonesia travel blog

Borobudur

A travel blog entry by ian-sue

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Interesting and funny day indeed! Very early start (4:30am) to go to Borobudur temple and see the sunrise. Pity it was raining a lot all night long and even though it stopped when we woke up the sky was still very cloudy so we couldn't really see the sun ...

De Eerste Tocht op Java, Bogor, Indonesia travel blog

De Eerste Tocht op Java

A travel blog entry by lapre.travels

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... rolt rustig met de auto door de toegangspoort van deze kolossale tuin waar ik hoge verwachtingen van heb. Dit is ten slotte Indonesi'', een exotisch land met een weelde aan bloemen en vruchten met alle kleuren die je je maar bedenken kan. Maar dit is ...

Es lebe die Kaffeefahrt!, Yogyakarta, Indonesien travel blog

Es lebe die Kaffeefahrt!

A travel blog entry by sibyllejuerg

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Right on Time geht es um 08h los - ein 7-Plätziger Suzuki, Amon zwischen/auf unseren Knien. Erstes Ziel - der Borobodum, grösster buddhistischer Tempel weltweit, erreichen wir nach einer guten Stunde. Wir bekommen vom Driver 75 Minuten Zeit ...

The Plateau, Dieng Plateau, Indonesia travel blog

The Plateau

A travel blog entry by davidandamy1

The journey to Dieng Plateau was long and a little stressful but definitely worth it. We took a public bus/coach to Malegang, then swapped buses and headed to Wonosobo, and then took two tiny mini buses up to Dieng. It's a very strange scenario using ...

Live'n Lovina Loca, Lovina, Indonesia travel blog

Live'n Lovina Loca

A travel blog entry by jasandjes

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    Lovina is a nice quiet place in the North of Bali where the French seem to flock. It is made up of 7 villages, the most touristy one being Kalibukbuk where there is a "town center" i.e. a 3 block radius with 3 mini marts, some ...

Journey's End, Legian, Indonesia travel blog

Journey's End

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure

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From our idyllic retreat on Gili Meno, we made the sea crossing back to Bali, and then the car journey along crowded roads (the van's brakes metal on metal) to Kuta, the infamous part of Bali near the airport. It was here that bombs went off in 2002 in ...

Welcome to Waka di ume, Ubud, Indonesia travel blog

Welcome to Waka di ume

A travel blog entry by lilasepang

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Though i've had the opportunity to go to Bali several time, I never had a chance to stay long in Ubud.. So I was so excited to finally had a chance to stay there for 3 nights. Lovely! I love Ubud much more than Denpasar, for its nice weather.. rarely to ...

Ramayana Ballet Prambanan, Jogjakarta, Indonesië travel blog

Ramayana Ballet Prambanan

A travel blog entry by rolfbuitenkamp

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Of wij een traditioneel ballet willen zien met als achtergrond het Prambanan. Natuurlijk willen wij dat. Dus hop hop. Douche, omkleden, want tussen de middag wat souvenirs gehaald, en met de taxi terug richting de Prambanan. Vlak voor de Prambanan slaan ...

Golly Gosh, Legian, Indonesia travel blog

Golly Gosh

A travel blog entry by annamum

Golly gosh what a day well well well. At first this was ging to be the day for having a few children round to ur house for doing stuFF. e.g. playing with musical instruments, cardboard boxes, goat skin, candles + matches, magnifying glass, pocket ...

Return to Kuta, Kuta, Indonesia travel blog

Return to Kuta

A travel blog entry by sophiam

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I'd last been to Bali on a family holiday 15 years ago. It was the last time the four of us went away together and had been an amazing two weeks, really staying with us all for years afterwards. I think that was maybe because Dad managed to bring back ...

Our welcoming arrival in Kuta, Kuta, Indonesia travel blog

Our welcoming arrival in Kuta

A travel blog entry by lizandgaz

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... the sealife centre there was a small foodcourt where we both had some fried rice and satays.  The largest sealife centre in Indonesia turned out to be a little smaller then we expected and after 1 hour we had pretty much exhausted everything to do. ...

Amazing experiences in Bali, Ubud Bali, Indonesia travel blog

Amazing experiences in Bali

A travel blog entry by amazingone

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Taksu is the name of the Oasis that I was introduced to by Louise whilst she was in Bali for the week when I first arrived. I was keen to get back into Yoga classes because this is one luxury that I could never afford the time to indulge in. With a month ...

Rinjani - 3 Days Of Hell, Rinjani, Indonesia travel blog

Rinjani - 3 Days Of Hell

A travel blog entry by wispywanderer

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So some fool came up with the great idea to hike up a 3.7km high volcano for three days and managed to convince four other people to come along. Oh how we would look back at this fool and curse him for his "GREAT IDEAS". The hiking crew was Marie, along ...

Nice beach and diving, Gilli Air, Indonesia travel blog

Nice beach and diving

A travel blog entry by nas.latif

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Breakfast on the waters edge was a great way to start the day. I completed the tour of the island and found the Swiss guy's bar. Many young people and lots of very loud music which made me decide to give the party a miss.  I took the path ...

A day of tsunami, Banda Aceh, Indonesia travel blog

A day of tsunami

A travel blog entry by tatandandy

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Iboih beach is paradise undiscovered. We spent 5 days there in total, mainly eating fresh food from Mama Mia's place next door. Everyone who lives in Iboih beach is related directly, and this gives it a real community feeling. There are more children ...

Bali Hai, Kuta, Indonesia travel blog

Bali Hai

A travel blog entry by maitribe

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It's really difficult to decide which place that we've visited on this trip is the hottest and most humid. We spent the night at the airport hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as there weren't any direct flights to Bali from Krabi We arrived at the "other ...

Beautiful Borneo: Kota Pontianak, Indonesia, Pontianak, Indonesia travel blog

Beautiful Borneo: Kota Pontianak, Indonesia

A travel blog entry by ardhan

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Pontianak regency is one of the widest regency areas that reside in West Kalimantan Province. Its region wide is 18171,20 km2 and number of residents is 845000 men. The Capital Of Pontianak Regency is Mempawah that parting 67 km from Pontianak city. ...

I want mommy..., Gianyar, Indonesia travel blog

I want mommy...

A travel blog entry by oshioshi

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No matter how old you get, there is nothing like the comfort of your mom when you're sick. I've been feeling run down and lethargic for several days. In the beginning, I thought my body was having a hard time adjusting to the daily physical ...

My final days in Bali paradise, Manggis, Indonesia travel blog

My final days in Bali paradise

A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad

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I have now reached the end of my 7 weeks travels throughout Bali and what a journey it has been! Previously I had always been a little skeptical about travelling in Bali (Bali bombing, Schapelle Corby, need I say more) but once you are out of the hustle ...

Somewhere between Bandung and Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia travel blog

Somewhere between Bandung and Jakarta

A travel blog entry by graceonthego

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... and Hogi right now, watching the scenery pass from banana fields to dried hillsides to drive thru KFC and Starbucks. Indonesia is a country of contrasts. Extreme poverty, unbelievably wealthy, rice fields next to golf courses. I am enthralled, truly. ...

On my own in Banda Aceh, Banda Aceh, Indonesia travel blog

On my own in Banda Aceh

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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I awoke to the sound of 2 cockrels having some kind of sqwauk off this morning...not that that was a problem though as I needed to be up to catch the 8am ferry back to Banda Aceh. Glorious sunshine and at least 20 degrees at 7am...this really is ...

Berastagi: A tourist town, Berastagi, Indonesia travel blog

Berastagi: A tourist town

A travel blog entry by ardhan

Berastagi, a tourist town, is another lovely town located in Karo highlands. The town is known for its plantations and various kinds of flowers, vegetables and fruit, most famous which is Marquisa passion fruit. It's 66 km southwest of Medan and is 4.594 ...

Bali or Bust!, Denpasar, Indonesia travel blog

Bali or Bust!

A travel blog entry by back2basics

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Bali or Bust! The only thing to fear about traveling to Bali is fear itself. Bali is so full of colourfull cultural riches and people. You cant help to smile asa smile awaits you around every corner. Ya, so there are some amazing things to see and do. ...

Lovina...and all its glory..., Lovina, Indonesia travel blog

Lovina...and all its glory...

A travel blog entry by vicky_jade

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I have to say, after hearing glowing reports from locals that I can now assume must have had some kind of vested interest...we were seriously let down with Lovina.  We arrived mid afternoon after a couple of stops along the way - one unscheduled ...

Lap of Luxury, Seminyak, Indonesia travel blog

Lap of Luxury

A travel blog entry by kmescal

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Best birthday ever! Last night we went to hands down the the coolest restaurant I have ever been town. Ku de ta is a trendy club/restaurant that had me totally geeking out on how incredible it is. It's huge and outdoors on the beach. They have a few ...

Mount Bromo: der wunderschöne Vulkan, Bromo, Indonesia travel blog

Mount Bromo: der wunderschöne Vulkan

A travel blog entry by annchristintour

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Hay, am nächsten Morgen ging es dann mal etwas später los, nämlich erst um 8.30. Wir genossen ein leckeres Frühstück in unserer Unterkunft und wurden dann abgeholt. Wir sind mit einem Minivan dann zum Vulkan gefahren bzw. in das Dorf, dass dort ...

Back in Bali, Candi Desa, Indonesia travel blog

Back in Bali

A travel blog entry by nas.latif

It was nice to be back on this island. I found the Balinese much nicer people to deal with. The people on Lombok seemed forever trying to get as much money out of you as they could. The Balinese were not so bad. On arrival at the ferry terminal I was to ...

A hillside homestay in the misty mountains..., Ubud, Indonesia travel blog

A hillside homestay in the misty mountains...

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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Well, after a morning wait in the sunshine whereby Dayne and I discussed where we were going next and how excited he was for seeing Vietnam and also the Killing Fields in Cambodia, we arrived safe and sound in 'the middle of nowhere' that's Ubud in case ...

ceking rice teraces in tegallang, Ubud, Indonesia travel blog

ceking rice teraces in tegallang

A travel blog entry by suokkotravels

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On our day tour, we also went to the largest rice terraces for a photo op. Linda was hounded by many children selling photos, she finally caved in (saving the children, one by one), but why not in ...

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