Mount Bromo 

Located in the 800sq km Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, Mount Bromo is the most well-known mountain in Java. Standing at 2329m it isn’t in fact the largest in it’s massif – but that could be due to the fact the the entire top had been blown off during a previous eruption. It is however still a … More Mount Bromo 

Camp Beng Pae

We left Camp Beng Mealea with 12 men and entered Camp Beng Pae as four, due to people going off on new adventures. However even with fewer volunteers, it didn’t mean there was less work to be done.   Camp Beng Pae was quite possibly the most beautiful of all the Camps I had lived … More Camp Beng Pae

Myanmar Culture

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while – with another month of volunteering, my birthday and returning to Indonesia, time has flown by. Because of this, I’ve managed to get a tiny bit behind on my blog. But have no fear; I’m sure I’ll catch up (eventually).   Before I move onto my volunteering adventure … More Myanmar Culture

Mawlamyine and Hpa-An

Exploring as much as possible further north of Myanmar, I decided to head south of the country (despite warnings of poor weather due to the rainy season). Mawlamyine and Hpa-An would be my final stops on my Myanmar adventure.  Mawlamyine is the fourth largest city of Myanmar, although wandering around it feels and looks more … More Mawlamyine and Hpa-An