Yogyakarta (pronounced Jog-ja-kar-ta; Jogja in short) in 3 days; what to see, do and eat (including costs)! - S E E & D O - Jomblang Cave Geared up for Jomblang Cave[$50/person] It is quite a pricey activity for Indonesia, but the cost includes the rental of rubber boots (get the super high-cut ones if … Continue reading 3 days in Yogyakarta
An island paradise just 30-45mins off the shores of Bali. It is relatively new to the wave of tourism, and much of Nusa Penida remains untouched wilderness; crystal clear waters swimming with manta rays and mola molas (sun fish), vast jungles and bumpy roads. We didn’t do an underwater tour this time, but here’s 5 spots on land we managed to visit in 2 days!