Islands of Indonesia

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A list by Marion MacQueen | sort by: latest
Indonesia is an archipelago of over 17,000 diverse islands. I lived on Java for 5 years and travelled to many of the islands, big and small.
Krakatoa, Pulau, IndonesiaKrakatoaPulau, IndonesiaWe took a road trip in convoy. Five car loads left Jakarta on a long day trip to see the famous Krakatoa. Much of the road to Caritas beach on the...Borobudur Temple, Borobudur, IndonesiaBorobudur TempleBorobudur, IndonesiaI'd lost track of my favourite photo taken on one of my three journeys up to the top of the temple. I'm so happy to have found it to post into my...Prambanan Temple, Prambanan, IndonesiaPrambanan TemplePrambanan, IndonesiaThe large area of the Prambanan complex, near Jogjakarta dates back to the 9th century. By counterposing with a construction vehicle you can...Prambanan Temple, Prambanan, IndonesiaPrambanan TemplePrambanan, IndonesiaWatch out for falling stupa! I'm amazed at the similarities between Prambanan and temples in the Siem Reap area. The Majapahit Kingdom was extensive.Borobudur Temple, Borobudur, IndonesiaBorobudur TempleBorobudur, IndonesiaCan there be too many photos from atop the Borobudur temple? If you've been following my Trover, you will know that this in not the first...nor...Borobudur Temple, Borobudur, IndonesiaBorobudur TempleBorobudur, IndonesiaYou are looking over to the sleeping giant. Can you see him?Bank Mandiri - Branch Jakarta Kemang Raya, South Jakarta, IndonesiaBank Mandiri - Branch Jakarta Kemang RayaSouth Jakarta, IndonesiaWith a kaki lima (five legs) you can take your market anywhere. #marketFarmers Market, Kemang Raya, South Jakarta, IndonesiaFarmers Market, Kemang RayaSouth Jakarta, IndonesiaThe Baduy tribe weave their own clothes from bleached white and black thread. These young men from the Outer Baduy had walked for days to sell...Bali Accommodation, Kuta, IndonesiaBali AccommodationKuta, IndonesiaBali images - that's all you need to see to start relaxing.Ecolodge Bukit Lawang Cottages, Bohorok, IndonesiaEcolodge Bukit Lawang CottagesBohorok, IndonesiaI wish I could add the sounds of the rainforest with clicking insects, bird calls, macaques and gibbons as well as the orangutans. Where ever and...Ecolodge Bukit Lawang Cottages, Bohorok, IndonesiaEcolodge Bukit Lawang CottagesBohorok, IndonesiaIt's astonishing to see the orangutans living in their own environment and not at nurseries and feeding stations. The orangutans here have...Ecolodge Bukit Lawang Cottages, Bohorok, IndonesiaEcolodge Bukit Lawang CottagesBohorok, IndonesiaThe poor fella here cannot be let loose to live in the wild with the other orangutans. He is a recidavist offender. What will be his fate? Isn't it...Ecolodge Bukit Lawang Cottages, Bohorok, IndonesiaEcolodge Bukit Lawang CottagesBohorok, IndonesiaThe locals farm rubber or palm oil in this area. While it gives them a living and they are not in the hands of big business ( or are they?) look to...Lake Toba, IndonesiaLake TobaIndonesiaThe mainland port is Parapat to go across to the island in Lake Toba (Danua Toba). It's not a flash boat and at times I thought we might not make...Lake Toba, IndonesiaLake TobaIndonesiaEven the tombs get a terrific roof in the Batak area of Sumatra. Bataks are Christian. "Horas" is the typical Batak greeting, and most of them love...Lake Toba, IndonesiaLake TobaIndonesiaStay at Carolina hotel right where the ferry pulls in. The accommodation looks like the typical Batak houses, the beds are hard as a rock, but the...Lake Toba, IndonesiaLake TobaIndonesiaAt least the bottles won't rot for years....and years! We explored a small fishing and farming village that can only be accessed by boat from Lake...Lake Toba, IndonesiaLake TobaIndonesiaBoys have fun. They were cheeky devils who wanted their photos taken but still hid from the camera every time we tried to get some action. They...Lake Toba, IndonesiaLake TobaIndonesiaMany villages were just a small flattening of land right beside the shore. Those hills behind rise directly up!Lake Toba, IndonesiaLake TobaIndonesiaFish farming on the lake. I was surprised at the amount of people sitting in small huts or walking along planks balanced on old oil drums, right...
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