Indonesia: your next travel destination?
I’ve read about many celebrities who like Indonesia and Chris Carrabba is one of them. For all, Indonesia is something different, something that normally they “shouldn’t” like but there’s something that makes them like it.
Before you start looking for airfare to Indonesia and booking the accommodation, make sure to do a bit of research to know what to pack.
When it comes to Indonesia, travel with duck tape is a must. It can be used as a dressing (typically in the middle of no where and with too many sores ….), as a way to mend the mosquito nest or the tent, as a band-aid (it’s waterproof!) and, in emergency, holding clothes or shoes together.
Indonesia is not the easiest place to visit. Aside from being the world’s largest archipelago, it is also a multicultural land. For those used to the dry European or Northern American climate, when they land in Indonesia, the shock of the warm and wet air is hard to be described.
There is a lot to do and see here. For the first time traveler, Jakarta – the capital city – is an interesting place to visit, filled with interesting things to see and bunch of shopping opportunities. Not to mention that you can get a crash course in street food.
Don’t miss visiting a Buddhist temple and enjoy the unique Hindu culture of Bali. The nature is amazing and ranges from tropical forests to volcanic mountains. Plus, if you love water sports, scuba diving and surfing can be practiced here.