The gorgeous island of Lombok in Indonesia’s archipelago is relatively untouched, compared to the maddening tourist haunt of neighbouring Bali.Continue reading “Loving Indonesia’s Lombok”
Absorb yourself in West Sumatra’s alluring Bukittinggi, with a cultural minibus tour around its stunning countryside for the day…Continue reading “Around Bukittinggi, West Sumatra”
From Parapat on Lake Toba’s edge – Indonesia’s largest natural lake – we head south on a crude public bus to Bukittinggi, in Sumatra’s west.Continue reading “Parapat to Bukittinggi, West Sumatra”
Sumatra’s Volcanic Samosir Island is the world’s largest island within an island.Continue reading “Lake Toba’s Samosir Island, Sumatra”
Spectacular Lake Toba is a volcanic lake in Sumatra’s northern central region, offering tranquillity and a little peace, in crowded Indonesia.Continue reading “Travelling to Lake Toba, North Sumatra”
Venezuela’s spectacular Angel falls – an extreme adventure to the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world.Continue reading “Spectacular Angel Falls, Venezuela”
Cambodia’s Banlung and Kâmpóng Cham are not popular tourists destinations, but a welcomed respite from Cambodia’s hectic and crazy cities. Continue reading “Cambodia’s Banlung and Kâmpóng Cham”
Heard and read much about Si Phan Don (4,000 Islands) in Southern Laos, which conjure up exotic images of tiny islands scattered throughout the Mekong… Continue reading “Si Phan Don (4,000 Islands) – Southern Laos”
The home of the mysterious Plain of Jars in Phonsavanh is near the regional town in the Xieng Khouang province. Surrounded by flat plains, winding raked bands for roads, and with an altitude of over 1,000 metres, a pleasant climate is experienced all year round.
The spectacular town of Nong Khiaw in northeastern Laos is a little quieter during the wet season, but still offers travellers a rustic village-like feel, embraced by incredibly beautiful limestone mountains…
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In recent years, Chiang Rai has become an alternative to the hectic and touristy destination of Chiang Mai, but also as a great place to chill-out and rest for a while. Continue reading “Chilling in Thailand’s Chiang Rai”
With gorgeous beaches, an abundance of restaurants to satisfy even the fussiest tastes and budgets, cheap bars, a mix of resorts, hotels, and smaller lower-budget bungalow operations, its not surprising that Southern Thailand’s Khao Lak is a tourist mecca.
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