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A few snaps I got before work this week.

My last week in Bali was spent with the Dutch couple, Terry and Pippijn, on the North coast followed by a few final days back in Canggu saying my goodbyes. I had met Terry and Pippijn in the homestay in Canggu and surfed with Pippijn. While there Terry told me all about a great foundation   Read More …

With my time in Canggu over I had decided to head alone on to the East coast of Bali until my visa ran out. But before I could set off I had to return to Kuta to sell my surfboard. I left Canggu early, hoping that I could make the trip to Kuta, and then   Read More …

Hey all, I know, it’s been quite a while since my last update but as I haven’t been moving around this past month it never seemed like there was too much to update on, but here goes. I moved into the Bali homestay on September 10th, and as of today I have now moved on,   Read More …

After a few days in Kuta we were ready to venture north to our homestay where we would be living for the next full month. The family running  this place are super nice people and were kind enough to send a minibus to pick us up from Kuta. The area we would be staying in   Read More …

We got back from our Mount Bromo climb at 9:30 am and were told there was a bus leaving for Bali in the next few minutes if we wanted to go. With no real desire to spend the day sitting about Bromo with nothing to do we decided to go for it. It was a   Read More …

My blogging has been fairly non-existent recently, but time and wifi were both hard to come by on Java. Indonesia has some 13,000 islands, but Java is one of the bigger and better known. It sits between the giant Sumatra to it’s west and Bali to it’s East and has some of Indonesia’s most famous   Read More …

While you’re all patiently awaiting part 2 of the jungle adventure I thought I should give a bit of an update. After Taman Negara we wanted to make our way to the Cameron Highlands, an old British hill station on peninsular Malaysia. The high altitude of 1,600m made for a welcome change from the constant   Read More …

Quite a bit to write about so breaking this up into 2 parts. After a crazy day of navigating across Malaysia we made it to Jerantut which is the main hub for entering the Taman Negara national park.The park itself it some 4,000 km2 and is supposedly the worlds oldest rainforest. You can take a 1   Read More …

We arrived by boat in Kuala Besut from the Perhentians 3 days ago with the hope that we would get a bus straight to Kota bharu followed by the jungle train the next morning all the way to Taman Negara Rainforest. That plan fell flat on its face at the first hurdle. We arrived in   Read More …