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Indonesia Tag

Adventure / 20.07.2012

I wanted to give Southeast Asia another chance. I wanted it badly. This is also why I chose to visit Myanmar. I thought that a country that was isolated for so many years, keeping much of its history and traditions, would gain my heart. But it didn’t happen. [caption id="attachment_10137" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Three Buddhist Monks[/caption] People in Myanmar are...

Travel Postcards / 19.07.2012

It might not have the powder white sand of the Maldives, nevertheless Siladen - a small island in Northern Sulawesi, not far from Manado - is a place I like by far more. Here, the sand is thicker and darker, but the colors of the crystal-clear water are awesome, displaying different shades of blue. The reef...

Travel Postcards / 12.07.2012

I first visited this little village in one of the island in Northern Sulawesi in 2005. Back then, people had very little and they were living a simple life. The village, inhabited by 300 people, was crossed by a tiny dirty road flanked by crumpling houses, most of which built in corrugated iron. Kids were running and...

Adventure / 06.07.2012

Since I quit my job and started traveling much more extensively than before, I became increasingly attracted by wild journeys and spontaneous, unplanned travel. After all, I don’t need any more to fix holidays in advance and to stick to a specific timeframe. I’m eventually free and willing to get the most from my present...

Travel Postcards / 05.07.2012

Siladen, a small island of Sulawesi archipelago, a village of roughly 300 inhabitants and a couple of resorts. Life here is simple. Kids playing on the beach or jumping in the sea from the jetty, women busy with the daily household, men often repairing the traditional boats and going out for fishing. Something as simple as...