Category Archive: Indonesia

My Pathway to Discovering Sustainable Tourism

As tourists we have the power to leave much more than just our footprints behind. This post delves into the self-discovery of responsible travel. “Leave nothing but your footprints behind” is a mantra… Continue reading

How To Travel Between Bali and Lombok

Making your way from Bali to Lombok during Indonesia’s high season can be a costly one. The fast boats are advertised everywhere and you may fall into the trap of believing this is… Continue reading

When You’re Here, You’re Family

A lengthier entry on the uncompromising kindness of strangers that became like family in Nusa Pendia. A wordy read but each word necessarily to try to share and somehow verbalize their love. This… Continue reading

A Balinese Walks Into a Bar

I was immediately drawn to Bali not only because of its physical beauty (see below) but the loveliness of its people.  For me, I find a sense of humor to be one of… Continue reading

The Art of Bargaining in Southeast Asia

I have been in Asia for almost a year now and I’ve had my fair share of markets. From bargaining for weasel poop coffee in the Ben Thanh of Ho Chi Minh City… Continue reading