The never complete Bali Waterfall Guide

Bali is undoubtedly the land of waterfalls, and I try to hunt them all down. After a few years in Indonesia, it’s easy to be picky with waterfalls (just like with sunsets). This means that not all of them are worth visiting, but they can still surprise you because sometimes the beauty lies in the…

The most beautiful beach in Indonesia

The tinkle of wind chimes announcing the return of our fairy guests made us both look up. Our chance to be alone was going to be shorter than either of us had hoped. I sighed and brushed an errant dragon scale from Eadric’s tunic. “Someday when we have lots of time, remind me to tell…

Banda Neira, the forgotten spice islands

It was pure synchronicity to spend a week on the forgotten spice islands. After arriving in Ambon, I put little effort into planning my direction. I just went with the flow, and everything unfolded perfectly. This is how I ended up on Banda Neira. Wait, where? I guess not many of you know what it…

Two days in the city of music, Ambon

Leaving Raja Ampat gave me some headaches and struggles because my original plans just didn’t want to flow. Papua didn’t want me to come there yet (too expensive, too much time, too complicated), so I let the Universe guide me. This is how I ended up in Maluku. My entry point was Ambon, and that…

Raja Ampat, the lost paradise Part 3.

Here comes the big fish.. Day 6. The main attraction of the archipelago is undoubtedly the Pam (Fam) Islands, and within that Piaynemo (literally the first result on Google). Of course, that was the bait for me too, and all I knew about Raja Ampat. The route of our day trip was: Kri – Piaynemo…

Raja Ampat, the lost paradise Part 2.

And the story goes on.. Day 3. The day when I experienced the real Raja Ampat magic. Namely, how this place turns the most annoying day into the most magnificent. According to the plan, I just had to wait for my transfer, which will take me from Saonek to Kri. They said around 11 am,…

Raja Ampat, the lost paradise Part 1.

Raja Ampat was on my bucket list since I first arrived in Indonesia. For some reason, I always imagined it as a honeymoon destination that I want to visit with a special one. Well, I am my special one. Since I don’t know what this year has in store and where I will be in…

A long Weekend in Jakarta

As strange as it might sound, I really miss the city vibe. I mean the actual metropolis with asphalt and skyscrapers and neon lights. Living for too long on a tropical island can be “boring” too (don’t judge if you don’t get it), and I’m happy to find an excuse to get out from here…

5 days Jet Lag in Krabi

After a necessary stay in my home country (damn, six terrible months, but I had healing and sh*t to do), it felt indescribably good to return to Asia. The timing, besides my inner urge, was perfect; the winter started to be too cold and dark, shops already overdosed the Christmas horror and I was annoyed…

One day in Copenhagen

København, the merchant’s harbour, has always seemed to be a perfect getaway destination and despite I’m not into anything in Europe lately, it stayed somehow on my list. I was always attracted to the Nordic things (except the cold), the Scandinavian design and also to the men (the Viking blood is charming or what?). The…