Friday, 20 March 2015

"A piece of advice from....Kuala Lumpur"

Sunday, 15 March 2015

Singapore; where tradition mixes with modernity (contains detailed info of the easiest way to get to Malaysia with public transportation and my very first Coachsurfing experience)

While doing research I often came across with several comments from other travelers about how Singapore (the Lion City) is that tiny country that a traveler use just to cross countries or as a step over between flights so I was, in a certain way, influenced by all these comments and I decided before I arrived that there was pretty much nothing to do in Singapore just to hang around and let the time passed by waiting to get onto my next destination.

Friday, 6 March 2015

Detailed itinerary and expenses of one month in Indonesia

With the hope that I can assist someone out there who may be thinking to visit amazing Indonesia, I have created this post with as much detailed information as I can offer in regards my expenses for one month duration (28 days exactly)

Of course, how much or how little you spend will depend of a big variety of reasons. If you travel with a partner or a friend, ma expenses below will be split into two, which gives you way more budget that I had only for myself.

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

I came to Kuta to find a Beach Cowboy


I would advise you finish reading this post otherwise you are at risk of making the wrong judgements. Not that I care because I truly came to Kuta to find a Cowboy or as many of them as I could, as bad as this may sound to you if you are  in any way familiar with the Cowboy term related to Kuta.
Long before I bought my fly ticket to Indonesia, I came across while doing my research, with a documentary that went viral, made in 2009 by Amit Birmani from Singapore, called “Cowboys in Paradise”.
This documentary, only to be found in Youtube, became a big hit and mostly for the wrong reasons and, from I have found out these days in Kuta, that’s went all changed for them.