Our correspondent traces the tracks to Semarang and discovers a pivotal cog in Central Java’s rail history.
Our correspondent washes up on Maluku’s Pulau Saparua and catches two glimpses: one endearing, the other disturbing.
Our correspondent gazes in wonderment at an unexpectedly eye-catching Kalimantan masjid.
Our correspondent glimpses between the cracks into East Java’s ghostly interior.
Our correspondent descends to the netherworld as the Ijen Crater, Java’s acidic crater lake, ensnares yet another victim.
Our correspondent, dazed as though in a reverie, sees the tendrils of Wat Po Champasak swirling throughout history.
Our correspondent witnesses the profound reach of folklore in Flores.
Our correspondent finds the rainbow after stumbling across Semarang’s hidden pot of gold.
Our correspondent channels who-knows-what as the spirits of Thailand’s former capital make themselves known.
Our correspondent, in search of Africa’s outliers, absorbs the historic colonial past of Mozambique Island.
Our correspondent materialises in another realm, where the heat is so intense as to defy conception. That’ll be Ethiopia, then.
Our correspondent heads for Tanzania’s Usmabara Mountains, only to encounter an elemental kind of atmosphere.