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A Travel Blog by danhobson
... body to a nice 2 month trip of South east Asia. Visiting Java,Malaysia and Borneo for some monkey buisness (well orangutans) and hiking. Then overland all the way through Thailand,Laos,Vietnam and Cambodia. I'll kepp you posted and updated with hopefully ...
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A Travel Blog entry by cherie9 from Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
... time, Nd we ended up having fried rice with a lot of pineapple (no prizes for guessing which was the easiest fruit available in Indonesia) We then carried on, and came to an area where we realized we had to climb 4peaks one after the other to reach the ...
A Travel Blog entry by usatexan from Tengger Caldera, Java, Indonesia
... 's a terrible smell, but worse is the fact it is burning my throat. It is sulfur from the active volcano in Bromo, Indonesia. It was dark when we started hiking to the rim of the volcano. The others that came on the same minibus as we did chose to ride up ...
A Travel Blog entry by usatexan from Senggigi, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
... themselves. How can they do this? Our group struggles to do the all day climb up Mount Rinjani, the second highest volcano in Indonesia. Mount Rinjani is comparable in height to Mount Fuji in Japan. The porters, carrying our supplies, pass us by on the ...
A Travel Blog entry by atimetowander from Sanur, Bali, Indonesia
... hotels every single night. And with the bug bites, everything itches. So yes, (knowing full well we haven't seen the vast majority of Indonesia), due to a combination of travel fatigue, illness, bad luck, and ill-temper, I say Indonesia, ...
A Travel Blog entry by deirdreandbrock from Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
... were traveling to a third world part of the world very far from home, I was really worried that I wouldn't be allowed to enter Indonesia. I realized about 1 week before we flew out of the states that I only had one visa page left in my passport and ...
A Travel Blog entry by marklattanzi from Senaru, Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia
... in Incan ruins, gothic European cathedrals, and Hindu temples. Interestingly, we have yet to visit a mosque here in Indonesia. The constant praying (5 times daily) makes them less accessible, and honestly, the fact that all the mosques have ...
A Travel Blog entry by chadtishseasia from Nusa Ceningan, Bali, Indonesia
... . Needless to say, we didn't finish!! We are soooo glad that we decided to extend our trip to Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. We could have stayed for a year as there are just so many amazing beautiful and adventurous places to visit. Not looking ...
A Travel Blog entry by kwesty92 from Berastagi, Sumatra, Indonesia
... thought I wouldn't make it back to shore. I had almost forgotten what it felt like when I squeezed into a taxi in Indonesia on Saturday afternoon, unaware that I was about to feel that way for the next five hours straight. In Malaysia, we ...
A Travel Blog entry by oldgumby from Lagoi, Riau, Indonesia
... planet. Just a couple of things I need to finish up with: Firstly thanks to everyone in the management of the Sail Indonesia Rally for a fabulous experience. Thank you to Raymond at the Sail to Indonesia Rally (a totally separate event) for allowing us ...
A Travel Blog entry by breanne.corey from Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia
Corey's point of view (May 2, 2014-May 8, 2014) Bukit Lawang, Sumatra Indonesia- With a later flight into Medan, we arrived into Bukit Lawang around midnight. The drive was about 4hrs on a bumpy road. Our drop off spot threw us off a bit as our driver ...
A Travel Blog entry by kandjgonomad from North Toraja, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Hiking in heaven We were hiking in the heavens, literally hiking amongst the clouds. Our secret Toraja village citadel hidden inside a huge bamboo forest rising from the surrounding rice paddies was an idyllic place to wake up. Village life we've come to ...
A Travel Blog entry by january1966 from Bali, Indonesia
... me. He was spiritual, reflective and oh so funny. Bali is the largest tourist destination in Indonesia. It’s known for its natural beauty, temples, Hindu festivals, rich culture and of course, beaches. Lombok ...
A Travel Blog entry by euniceandbyoung from Bukit Lawang, Sumatra, Indonesia
... intertubed down river into town... it was some of the most fun i've had! the whole time i'm thinking, these safety regulations in indonesia are not like the ones back home.. this would never be allowed! but it was good times! we had originally planned ...
A Travel Blog entry by keshialc from Kabupaten Lombok Barat, Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia
... days to Lombok/Mt. Rinjani instead. We left Senggigi beach around 7am and started our hike at the base around 10am. We were hiking up with 5 others, 2 from Vancouver B.C. (Close to Seattle), 2 from Germany, one from Cali and one from England. By the end ...
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