Well… Indonesia, I don’t even know where to start…
After a month jumping between islands, and not even being close to visit the whole country, I really have mixed feeling about it, and if you asked me if I wanted to go back I would probably say no.
Unarguably Indonesia has stunning natural sites and rich culture and history that shows the diversity of the country and offers opportunities for beaches, volcanoes, jungles, and temples.
Although also has characteristics that are not as appealing, like the fact that is a region prone to natural disasters (can’s count how many earthquakes I felt when over there), and the fact that there is a culture of harassment to tourists that is not pleasant.
On the other side, it’s easy to travel independently everywhere, and vegan food is delicious and abundant.
Indonesia Earthquakes, my earth-shattering experience
Easy Day Trips from Ubud on a Scooter _ Bali
Bali, what about it? the GOOD and the BAD
Ubud a great hub to explore Bali
The Central Mountains _ Gunung Batur area _ Bali
Gunung kawi Temple _ Bali
Pura Besakih, The mother temple _ East Bali
Traditional farming village of Pejeng _ Bali
Semarapura _ the capital city of the Klungkung Regency _ Bali
Sidemen, the hidden gem of Bali
Yeh Pulu temple _ Bali
Goa Gajah the Elephant Cave _ Bali
How to get to Lombok from Bali _ get ready for a difficult choice
Mount Bromo, for Free & Without a Tour
Sunrise at Bromo, for Free and Without a Tour
Mount Bromo’s Sea of Sand, without crowds
Malang a charming Javanese City
Malang: Villages With all the Colour of the rainbow
Yogyakarta a special place
Yogyakarta’s street art
Batik in Yogyakarta, what to do and where to go on a budget
Ijen Crater, chasing the blue flames, without a tour
Ijen’s Blue Flames, it is worthy?
Prambanan Temple – Hindu temple
Borobudur temple, Java
Bondowoso City, East Java
Lombok, not the paradise you expect
Love Ana xx