I arrived in England a few days ago, and while I haven’t experienced reverse culture shock in coming back to the western world, I’ve been intensely aware of the differences here.
"I looked around for the place to get water and then remembered it’s the sink," Joshua just said.
We really feel lucky to be back in a place where tap water is potable, internet speeds are fast, and life is much easier than we remembered it could be.
Josh and I had a spectacular time in Yogyakarta when we went during our Christmas break last year. So much so that we simply had to return during Lebaran break seven months later. Our sunrise tour …
The central region of Java is simply magical! The experiences I’ve had there have really solidified my love for Indonesia.
I was having a hard time figuring out what exactly I should plan for us. So I assigned Josh a homework task: pick out one thing that you most want to do in Bali, and I’ll fit it into our itinerary.
I didn’t necessarily LOVE Bali, but I had a lot of great moments there, and one special place I visited was the water palace Tirta Gangga.