I have been meaning to write a post about how to make a travel blog for a while. I’ve received tons of messages asking how to create a travel blog and make it a success but I never really had the time to compose an article about it. So, I’ve asked my fellow travel bloggers to help me come up with a list tips on how to be awesome like them!
So, you’re super psyched for your next big trip and thinking of snapping some incredible photos. There’s only one problem, you don’t have a good camera. You’ve probably poked around a
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Raja Ampat homestays are not exactly homestays.
You won’t be sharing a family’s home if you stay at one. You will however, be the guests of a Papuan family, staying on family owned land in what was once the only type of housing built in the islands. We’re going to continue using the term “homestay”, because that’s how this type of accommodation is referred to by both their owners and Indonesian tourism promotion agencies.
There are three options available for adventurous budget travellers looking to explore Raja Ampat. In no particular order, these are; organising everything yourself, joining a group tour or renting a cheap bungalow by the beach for a week. Whichever option you choose, you will need to get to Raja Ampat and there is only one practical way to do this: fly.
The UK offers about as much variety as you can hope to find in a single travel destination. There’s just a lot of things to see and do, from the coast to the castles and everything in between. But because a lot of the focus on UK travel tends to boil down to sightseeing, I wanted to point out some of the more active ways a traveler can enjoy a visit to this wonderful part of the world.