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One-of-a-Kind Travels You Get With Couchsurfing

Just like the very first time I heard about Couchsurfing.org (CS), you probably had raised your eyebrows in skepticism as well. For those (very few) who haven't a clue what CS is, it is an online community that helps travellers find free accommodation. The platform allows...

Mount Mayon

It's kinda creepy how Mt Mayon had a phreatic explosion just 1 year after our visit, killing 4 foreign climbers and their local guide. There was no warning with a volcano alert level at 0. But somehow, rain water had come into contact with hot...

8 Life Lessons from Mount Rinjani

  To be honest, we hadn't put much thought into it. We had booked our tickets to Lombok because there was this 1-for-1 sale. At that time, we vaguely recalled reading about a gorgeous volcano on the island, one named Mt Rinjani and thought, why not?   ---   Fast...

Senaru Crater Rim

[caption id="attachment_2855" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Ready to set off again[/caption]   After a rejuvenating day by (and in) the gorgeous crater lake, we were on the road again - this time upwards to the other side of the crater rim (Senaru). Funny how we torture ourselves, going up...

Segara Anak, Child of the Sea

[caption id="attachment_2874" align="aligncenter" width="500"] segara-anak[/caption]   Mount Rinjani's crater lake is named Segara Anak - or Child of the Sea - because of its blue colour reminiscent of the ocean. Alman, our guide, had shared that it was formed when the volcano's predecessor, Mount Samalas erupted and...