It was a rainy morning in Plitvice National Park. I looked outside the window and saw the deep green forest shrouded in mist. It seemed like it’ll rain all day, it was mid September and there was a lingering smell of autumn. Given the very tight schedule, we only had two days to spend here and we couldn’t afford to
20+ hours of travelling and you’re immersed in the Indonesian greenery, it’s moped culture, it’s temples, the lingering sweetness of incense and staggering level of humidity. Situated in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is made up of thousands of volcanic islands (over 17.000 with only 6000 of them inhabited). It is well known for its beaches, volcanoes and rich biodiversity.