Tagged: indonesia

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Journey to Mount Rinjani

Standing at 3,726m, Mount Rinjani is the second highest volcano in indonesia. Found in the north of Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara, i’ve been excited for this hike since the start of my trip...

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Visiting Mount Bromo during peak season

When people plan to visit Mount Bromo, they have no idea how visually and emotionally exhausting/stimulating the place is. You’ll find tourists walking in all directions, Pop Mie stores distracting you at every opportunity,...

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Waterfall between Mount Bromo and Surabaya

Between Mount Bromo and Surabaya is a refreshing waterfall that isn’t crowded with tourists. The locals go there for picnics while the children take dips in the water. It is Madakaripura Waterfall. A really...

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Ijen Sulphur Mines

Filled with festive joy and ambition to make this christmas a memorable one, we decided to hike Kawah Ijen right after our 9 hour car ride from Surabaya airport to our Ijen accommodation. TIP:...

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Moonbay kelong and the sea

Before we continue, please press play on the video to enhance the experience of reading this post. While some live their lives in the midst of urban sprawls enveloped by skyscrapers, there are others...

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Waking up on a super volcano island

Highly recommended by my Indonesian friend, this exotic gem of an island that surfaced within a supervolcano was a nice change of pace from suburban life. A wonderful getaway from the internet and all...

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Favourite places to stay in Southeast Asia

I’ve collated a list of my favorite places to stay around SEA. Some places are worth a mention despite the price not being… as cheap as I expected. But it made it to this...