Only a (relatively) short flight away is Indonesia, an archipelago where each island brings a new language, landscape, and culture. Jordan shares his 2 weeks sailing and trekking around this diverse country.
Sometimes you just gotta get some sun and get away from the screens. Travelling through Indonesia with my girlfriend, I took the plunge shooting film with my newly purchased Nikonos-V.
Our journey began exploring the Komodo islands, sailing with an interesting and diverse group full of great people. At any one time there were three languages present - Bahasa Indonesia, Sign Language, and English.
The ancient landscapes are surrounded by crystal clear and temperate waters, filled with life.
Back in port, the seaside town of Labuan Bajo bustled as the night markets opened to sell the day's catch.
On the island of Lombok, the daunting task of climbing Gunung Rinjani lay before us.
A gruelling 2-day trek to 3,726m, the 2am start on day 2 is well worth it when you get to see the sunrise from the summit.
At the base of the crater, beside the lake, the sacred hot springs were a place for locals and trekkers to relax.