Introduction to Bali Indonesia

Bali is Indonesia’s most popular destination for tourists. It is blessed with some very fine beaches, a beautiful coastline, magnificent mountain scenery, but most of all it is the Balinese themselves that are so welcoming, and so generous in allowing visitors to absorb their culture. I have been visiting Bali regularly for almost 30 years and have watched the tourist strip transform from a much laid back series of small villages to a fairly sophisticated urban area that is crowded with hotels, shops, bars and restaurants. . . . → Read More: Introduction to Bali Indonesia

Master and Commander of QM2

Queen Mary 2 has undertaken more than 420 voyages . . . → Read More: Master and Commander of QM2

Borobudur Temple Indonesia

Borobudur’s design is in Gupta architecture which reflects India’s influence on the region . . . → Read More: Borobudur Temple Indonesia

The Marine Eden of Raja Ampat Indonesia

It is believed to possess the richest tropical marine diversity on the planet . . . → Read More: The Marine Eden of Raja Ampat Indonesia

Lake Toba remnants of a supervolcano

The lake is 100 kilometres long and 30 kilometres wide, and 505 metres (1,666 ft) at its deepest point . . . → Read More: Lake Toba remnants of a supervolcano