“Hello, welcome to you.” That’s the voice I hear inside my head when I get down with some solo travel.
For expats abroad, it’s usually comforting to find a slice of home where we can. My longing for the US
Disclaimer: This is more of a personal essay than about identity in different cultures. Carry on. They say traveling gives
Rio and I took a lovely holiday to celebrate the end of Ramadan last month. Oherwise known as “Eid” or
A few weeks ago we celebrated Eid Al Fitr, or what is known in Indonesia as Lebaran, the holiday that
Out with the old, in with the new! There were a few things we enjoyed about our time in the
Jakarta, the Big Durian. It is as smelly as it is ripe with teaming amounts of traffic, people, and development.
If you’re looking for the source of Bali’s religious practices, try taking a trip to Uluwatu Temple. This phenomenal rock
If you know me personally, then you’ve probably heard me complain about how complicated and elaborately confusing the Indonesian system