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Java’s biggest tourist attraction is by far Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. When you’ve been travelling for as long as we have. it’s easy ...
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May
2017
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Mount Bromo Hike & Bromo Sunrise: Our DIY Guide

Java’s biggest tourist attraction is by far Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. When you’ve been travelling for as long as we have. it’s easy to think you’ve seen it all, but the epic landscape at Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park blew us away. It exceeded all our expectations. The highlight here is the Mount Bromo…

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So you want to start a travel blog? We don’t blame you. We started our travel blog one year ago and it was the best decision we ever made. Through our tra...
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May
2017
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How to Start a Travel Blog Cheaply and Quickly

So you want to start a travel blog? We don’t blame you. We started our travel blog one year ago and it was the best decision we ever made. Through our travel blog, we’ve been able to earn money to support our travels around the world. We gained our first sponsored blog post ($150) after…

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With bright green rice fields, steaming volcanoes and soaring mountains, Java is a gorgeous country. When surrounded by so much natural beauty, it’s easy ...
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May
2017
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Kampung Code: Our Tour Of A Yogyakarta Slum

With bright green rice fields, steaming volcanoes and soaring mountains, Java is a gorgeous country. When surrounded by so much natural beauty, it’s easy to forget about the country’s people. But it’s important not to. The Javanese are some of the friendliest people we’ve come across and a big part of our enjoyment while touring…

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Cambodia, the Kingdom, Kampuchea. The adopted second home of many digital nomads, creatives, retired travellers, and backpackers who just never left. Often a qu...
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Apr
2017
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Why You Should Move To Cambodia Immediately

Cambodia, the Kingdom, Kampuchea. The adopted second home of many digital nomads, creatives, retired travellers, and backpackers who just never left. Often a quick stopover on the infamous ‘banana pancake’ trail, Cambodia is becoming a top destination to stay, settle and become part of the scenery. With the rise of world connectivity, freelancing and ‘digital…

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The Dieng Plateau is a unique volcanic region in Central Java. Rolling green hills, multi-coloured lakes and bubbling pits of mud. All surrounded by views of n...
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Apr
2017
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Dieng Plateau Sunrise and DIY Walking Tour: Java

The Dieng Plateau is a unique volcanic region in Central Java. Rolling green hills, multi-coloured lakes and bubbling pits of mud. All surrounded by views of nearby mountains and volcanoes. The diversity of the landscape makes the area very different to anywhere else in Indonesia. Though unless you visit in peak season, few travellers explore Dieng…

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It’s been while since we’ve published a Digital Nomad Desires post. We’ve been having too much fun travelling around South East Asia so there’s been lit...
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Apr
2017
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Digital Nomad Desires: Taking a Break From Travel in Ubud, Bali

It’s been while since we’ve published a Digital Nomad Desires post. We’ve been having too much fun travelling around South East Asia so there’s been little time to dedicate to our mission to make money online.  As we’ve mentioned before, travelling and blogging at the same time is seriously hard. Any downtime we have is…

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After staying in Jakarta for a couple of nights, it wasn’t long before we were ready to leave the city’s infamous heavy traffic and choking fumes. M...
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Apr
2017
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Visit Cianjur For Off The Beaten Path Java, Indonesia

After staying in Jakarta for a couple of nights, it wasn’t long before we were ready to leave the city’s infamous heavy traffic and choking fumes. Most travellers avoid having to stay the night in the capital city but it was a good place for us to work out the start of our itinerary through…

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Georgetown on Malaysia’s Penang Island is one of our favourite places in the world. It’s beautiful old town, famous gastronomical delights, stunnin...
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Apr
2017
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The Georgetown Street Art Scene, Penang, Malaysia

Georgetown on Malaysia’s Penang Island is one of our favourite places in the world. It’s beautiful old town, famous gastronomical delights, stunning temples and awesome coffee shops are just a few reasons why we love Georgetown. Another aspect of the city that draws in many people like us is the vast amount of creative Georgetown street art…

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We’ve visited Malaysia a few times. Sometimes just stopping in Kuala Lumpur for a few days before catching a connecting flight, other times travelling up and ...
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Mar
2017
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Visit Ipoh: Is Ipoh Old Town The New George Town?

We’ve visited Malaysia a few times. Sometimes just stopping in Kuala Lumpur for a few days before catching a connecting flight, other times travelling up and down the country. The first time we explored Malaysia was way back in 2006 so we like to think we know it pretty well by now. So why had…

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