The Many Faces of Indonesia

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FACES and places. As I reluctantly relinquish those long, languid days of cool sarongs, cold beers, ocean swims and sunsets, and sit down at my desk to plan 2016, the thing that most excites me is those faces I haven’t yet met. For me, travel is all about the characters, the people whose personalities sing the true story of a destination. Sitting here in Brisbane, I can’t begin to imagine upon whom I’ll stumble this year, and that thought alone is incredibly exciting. Today I’m launching a three-part photo series of my Indonesian adventures over Christmas. And I thought it would be apt to start with the faces that made me smile. Happy New Year! Please enjoy.
There were the cool dudes…
CoolDudeOne
CoolDudeTwo
The happy kids…
Kids
The beautiful Muslim women…
MuslimWomenOne
MuslimWomenTwo
The elegant older men…
OlderMenOne
OlderMenTwo
And even the statues seemed to have something to say…
StatueOne
StatueTwo
The Global Goddess funded her own travels to Indonesia
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