Indonesia Travel Articles
Dine and Dance – Bali, Indonesia, Asia
One simply can't miss a gamelan orchestra performance while in Bali. Christine Wuthrich explains why.
The Charm of Solo Travel – Indonesia, Asia
Stephanie Boegeman's days in Solo were filled with small moments of wonder - and quite a bit more.
My Inner Indonesian – Asia
Stephanie Boegeman learned that great things happen at 6:30 in the morning, such as taking advice from strangers, but not free rides. And never, ever, lose your cool.
Life and Death in Tanah Toraja – Tanah Toraja, Indonesia, Asia
Paul Dixon heads to Tanah Toraja on a search for the Toraja's famed rituals of death.
Travel Slogans for Bali – Bali, Indonesia, Asia
Sherry Ott describes Bali as peaceful, quiet, simple, relaxed, with great food - and the home of the $8.00 massage.
Journey to the Spice Islands – Spice Islands, Indonesia, Asia
Dave Stocking recently returned from a trip to the Banda Islands, also known as the Spice Islands. This article is about the journey - and what a journey it turned out to be.
How I Got My Voice (and My Groove) Back – Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Ubud remains a magnet of creativity, attracting not only painters, sculptors, musicians and dancers but also yoginis, healers, priestesses, goddess worshippers and writers from all over the world.
Dance of the Dolphins – Bali, Indonesia
The seas surrounding Bali are awash in mysteries. Here John M. Edwards puzzles over an enduring Indonesian enigma: mermaids.
The Abominable Sumatran – Indonesia
John M. Edwards encounters an Indonesian urban legend...or so he thinks.
Tsunami Up Close and Personal – Bande Ache, Sumatra, Indonesia
Jamie Kohler recounts trials, tribulations and hope after the Boxing Day tsunami.