Here are some of the incredible places my feet took me while I was in Indonesia.
Between white sand, dead coral, piles of plastic waste and decomposing disco balls on Gili Trawangan, a little island just off the coast of Lombok.
Among the gorgeous Jatiluweh rice fields, recognised by UNESCO as being part of the subak system, which has a World Heritage status.
At Green Bay, Meru Betiri National Park, East Java. A gorgeous tranquil spot marked by a sign that says: “Take nothing but picture !!! Leave nothing but footprint!!!” Truer words were never spoken. Just before we arrived here, we helped to release baby sea turtles back into the sea. Park rangers gather the eggs after every lay and breed them in a sanctuary to safeguard the sea turtle population from predators. A pretty magical way to start the day!
Crossing the lake in a traditional wooden Balinese canoe in Tamblingan park. Munduk region, Bali.
At Kawah Ijen, East Java. Ijen is a crater where sulphur is mined. It has a turquoise crater lake, and at night you can see spectacular blue flames dancing in the darkness, the result of the sulphur combusting when it comes into contact with oxygen. Read all about this fascinating process here.