Posts Tagged ‘Indonesia’

The Backpack Foodie

Let the salivation begin. Daniel and Helene are on a one-year journey through Asia, the Middle East and Africa, inspired by the principle that “to taste someone’s food is to know the flavor of their life.”

Ploomer’s Plight

With no job, house, or car to speak of, Rich Plumadore took the plunge and headed out to travel around Indonesia (and beyond).

Gone Backpacking: Interview with Dave Lee

Dave Lee is the blogger behind Go Backpacking, a website encouraging people to do exactly that. Since late 2007, he has taken his own advice and set out on a 'round the world backpacking trip, which has so far taken him through New Zealand, the Pacific, Australia and Indonesia.

In this interview with TravelBlogs, Dave talks about why he believes it's important for people to travel, as well as some of the highlights of his trip so far.

Fearless Independent Travel: Interview with Travel Betty

Travel Betty is a San Francisco-based copywriter with a desire to encourage women to tackle the world of independent travel with boldness.

Her most recent trip was to Bali, a trip she won't soon forget. Besides enjoying a pampering at the local Balinese spas, she also married her boyfriend, aptly nicknamed Travel Boyfriend

Now back in the United States with her newlywed husband, she was happy to talk with TravelBlogs about independent travel and, of course, getting married in Bali.

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