Thetraveljunkie.org – A national park called Tanjung Puting in Central kalimantan, Indonesia, is a place a lot of travel junkies visit. You can see the Borneo Orangutans, beautiful sights, sometimes even incredible ones, when you are wandering there. Indonesia offers fertile ground for adventure – a place which truly exemplifies the phrase: “Where there’s a will there’s a way.”
In the morning we were houseboating around Camp Leakey. We spent the morning at the super nice houseboat with some coffees and pisang goreng, and after that we went exploring all the rainforests.
A great picture evokes feelings that go beyond a simple appreciation of aesthetics. A photo of a sunrise may have beautiful colors and hues for your eye to devour, but it’s the place the image takes you to that makes it special — it can make you imagine the sun on your skin, and you can almost hear the sounds of the surroundings coming to your ears. Everyday we fall in love more and more with Tanjung Puting.
Heading into the rainforest with @wherejacwanders @chrisquin3 @thebojoku. What a privilege to spend at Tanjung Puting National Park.
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Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Tanjung Puting National Park, Indonesia.
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