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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 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 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 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 carrienica05 from Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
... much to do in Bali and hiking the volcano was one of the most important things for me, we waited out the rain and continued hiking on through the misty air (which was really cool and eerie). We weren't able to see the large crater but we did hike inside ...
A Travel Blog entry by jm_j from Ubud, Indonesia
... what it was going to do, but never mind. We walked out of town, down the road outlined on the map, looking for the hiking trail that the guide had suggested. Of course, every Bemo (local minibus transit system) and truck honked and pulled over to offer ...
A Travel Blog entry by tone_n_erin from Bukittinggi, Sumatra, Indonesia
... ; We were able to walk through the tunnels and have a glimpse into what life must've been like for a Japanese soldier in Indonesia. We met a local souvenir stall owner named Coin (Cowen). He does tours up to the summit of mount Merapi for ...
A Travel Blog entry by jb. from Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
... by night. Thereafter we decided to do some exercise so off we went on a 4 day, 3 night trek up the Rinjani volcano, Indonesia's 2nd highest. It was a spectacular few days & a trek I'd definitely recommend. While the trip up was done in decent enough ...
A Travel Blog entry by tsimko from Jakarta, Java, Indonesia
... sea route between India and China. Dutch occupation and 32 years of Soeharto's rule are also reflected in present days. Although Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world, throughout the country you can find evidence of other religions too, ...
A Travel Blog entry by benandlindsey from Samosir, Sumatra, Indonesia
... idea of where to go next; a quick flip through the SE Asia Lonely Planet highlighted the natural wonders of Indonesia’s largest island, Sumatra: primary rainforest, big, hairy primates, active volcanoes, prodigious waterfalls, deep blue (and clean) ...
A Travel Blog entry by seanandnyssa from Gunung Rinjani, Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia
... , as we visited a cigarette factory followed by a road bridge that has lights on it at night! We went during the day… Indonesia is prone to seismic volatility, as much of the country sits on the pacific ring of fire. However, en route to Bromo we ...
A Travel Blog entry by lisannelee from Solo, Central Java, Indonesia
... been amazing and I've loved my time here in Indonesia (except in Medan!). The people are so warm, friendly and helpful and Indonesia is cheap, clean and beautiful. Reflecting on what I've done in the past month, I've done: -jungle trekking and ...
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Banjar dinas Asah Gobleg, Gobleg, Bali, Indonesia
... only a handful of villas and suites guests can enjoy the lush natural environment in unparalleled luxury and privacy. Astounding views of the Bali sea and to the volcanoes on Java. Tours, mountain biking, hiking options and horse riding are all offered.Traveler Rating
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