A small island many miles away from the main island of Indonesia is the best place to explore corals and enjoy the sea. Continue reading Seraya Kecil: Lost in the sea, found by the corals.
An island nation having historically highest number of 72 active volcanoes, Indonesia gives us the chance to see Earth’s volcanic activity from a very close angle. Though volcano tour packages are gaining popularity but the fun lies in exploring the route on your own and enjoying the road as you go. Mt Bromo and then … Continue reading Into the ring of fire: Indonesia
For tourist the beaches of Bali, Gili, Lombok and the pristine lagoons of Raja Ampat islands have been the mainstay of travel itenaries along with a temple trip thrown in the middle at Java or Ubud. But for a keen traveler this nation of 16,000 islands has much more to offer. Continue reading 10 things one should not miss in Indonesia
As we travel to different countries across many continents, there’s one railway journey I always try to put in the itenary. UK, Egypt, Sri Lanka and recently Iran… we have travelled across many landscapes and sceneries but some remain etched in my mind.
Developed and run by the British in most of its colonies, this source of travel across various altitudes gave us a immense insight into land and its people as we passed by. Continue reading My Railroad Journeys