Sometimes the only thing standing between you and your dream holiday is one visa application. After all the hassles, there’s still that little dreaded possibility that you have to cancel the getaway because your visa application is rejected.
Being Indonesian, your vacation options are even more limited, but that doesn’t mean you can’t go to beautiful or even exotic destinations. You just have to know where to look! Below are places you can either visit with visa-on-arrival or completely visa-free:
As the ferry began approaching, literally everyone rushed to the deck to marvel at the stunning sight of Naxos. Yet, for such a spotlight-stealer, only a meagre dozen of passengers disembarked. Why?
We had less than 24 hours in Paros and had trouble choosing between visiting three beautiful towns, so we’re like “heck care, let’s do all three of them anyway!”
Having visited Naoussa and Lefkes first, we’re left with a very short morning in Parikia before our ferry departs to Santorini. As I opened the map which I’ve downloaded to my phone, I realized we’re screwed.
It’s been almost 10 months since I first wrote about my then-upcoming Japan trip, but I haven’t written much about the country—and half a dozen other countries which are still in the queue list, for that matter!
But since I already received a few requests to share my complete Japan itinerary, I suppose I can’t keep you all waiting forever! Please note that this is a TIGHT itinerary with lots of walking. You may need to drop a few places if you prefer a more laid back approach to your holiday. But in any case, I hope this little summary helps:
I have never spent my birthday outside Indonesia (where I lived for the first 18 years of my life) or Singapore (where I’ve lived for the last 7 years) before, so this really excites me! Continue reading