Category Archives: Indonesia

Sourcing and looking for inspiration can definitely make you work up an appetite.  So when Beau and I need to appease our bellies in Bali I love visiting The Junction.  To our surprise the Junction
Meggan and I are in Bali right now.  We have been here before and have seen the beauty that makes Bali famous.  Unfortunately, there are parts of Bali that can only be described as tourist slums. 
We found a great location to stage more of our product at the morning market in Jepara, Central Java Indonesia.  Since it was later in the morning with some nasty light, we lucked out by finding a be
We just spent the day photographing some samples of our new line of reclaimed teak wood furniture.  We are so excited on how everything is turning out and really want to share the product photos, but
Meggan and I are currently in Jepara, which is a fishing town (also known for its furniture) on the north coast of Central Java.  We are working on developing products made from reclaimed boat teak.
We were able to find a great deal on some plane tickets to Indonesia.  Sometimes great deals don't necessarily equate to the most direct route.  For instance, our flight took us from Denver to LA to
As the rays of sunlight hit each tiny speck of Mica, the East Bali beaches comes alive with energy.  The beaches sparkle like they have diamonds hiding in the black sands.  It is a brilliant si
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We decided to get away from the retail madness of Ubud in search of something a bit more remote.  After 3 days of denying the taxi industry by walking, we hired a guy to drive us around the countrysi
A mecca for artist over the years, Ubud is filled with restaurants, art gallerias, antiques shops and little clothing boutiques.  At times it is a little overwhelming but to get away from the taxi ca
After more than a year traveling, Beau and I are still amazed by the historical monuments and architecture we have seen around the world. Borobudur, a Buddhist temple, and Prambanan, a Hindu temple, i
Our journey continued for our previous post. Semarang was the next stop where we hopped off the train to visit.  Semarang is a bustling city, kind of like Java turned down several notches.  There
The next few posts chronicle our travels overland from Jakarta along the northern coast of Java to Semarang, up to Jepara and finally down to Yogajakarta.  Our photos are really in no particular orde