Do you wish you could sprawl out on white sandy beaches, surrounded by glorious natural cliffs? Do you want a relaxing seaside experiences where you can adventure on a whim? Would you like to try to climb a mountain? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Krabi could be the perfect place forContinue reading “Cool Things To Do Around Krabi, Thailand”
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Singapore: The Basics
Gardens. Clean streets. Organization. Wide roads. Sedans. This was as different from Indonesia as could possibly be. My budget for my entire for days in Singapore was $100.00 USD including accommodations. Naturally, I booked an uber. My hostel was $12 USD a night, leaving me with $64 USD for the rest of the week. CurrencyContinue reading “Singapore: The Basics”
Ubud: Food, Silver, A Hindu Temple and The Monkey Forest
This place did not disappoint. Monkeys were everywhere. We stepped into the forest and large sculptures greeted us.
Kuta: If you Want to Party…
Nobody I’ve spoken too has been thrilled about Kuta. It has a reputation for being wild, drunken, and rowdy.
Canggu: Land of My Favorite Beaches
I highly recommend Canggu for people who want to relax and go to the beach.
If I could go back and do it again, I would spend a month, not just in Bali, but in Indonesia. There are so many things to do, and places to see. I spent my time in 3 main areas: Canggu, Kuta and Ubud.
Indonesia: The First Night
The humidity smacked my face. South Korea had been chilly, not the finger-numbing type of cold that New Englanders suffer from throughout the Winter, but chilly enough to make use of my jeans and a T-Shirt.
Indonesia, not so much.
Spending two days In Seoul
I had no idea that there were tours to the Demilitarized Zone, that markets and food in Korea were exceptionally special, or that it had the largest current community of American Ex-pats.
Seoul, South Korea in the Trump Era
While the rest of the world looks at the government of North Korea, and feels threatened, South Korea, the closest geographically, looks on and sees the women and children who are missing out on nutrients. It sees the lack of any cohesive economic structure. It sees the misuse of resources. And, it wants to ensure that innocent lives- children specifically- are saved.