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When will GoJek have an IPO?

Its no secret, I’m a fan of GoJek in Indonesia. I’ve been impatiently waiting to see when the Gojek IPO will occur for years. In

The REAL Reason We Decided to Drop Everything and Live Abroad.

There were so many things that went through my head that night, the days, weeks, months following. One thing I knew is that he wasn’t happy. So over the next few months, we saw therapists individually, we read books that helped and inspired us, we talked about our struggles daily, and we worked on an exit plan. Part of the exit plan was to take 6 months off to travel and see the world, doing it in a cost-effective yet comfortable way.

What sells on Shutterstock

Well, here is an interesting update. Up until June of this year all of my photos on Shutterstock had been nature and animal photos. Animals photos on Shutterstock have generated $2.90 over the last two years. 15% of the photos in the Animal collection have been downloaded. The most downloaded photo is on the bottom right in the photo below. I think it’s worth noting that these photos are not particularly special and quite a few were shot on iPhones. Nature photos on Shutterstock have generated $2.61 over the last two years. 10% of the photos in the Nature collection

Red bus Bangkok or blue bus? Mate, we got you.

This article is intended to answer some of your basic questions on getting around in Bangkok by bus. We will cover much bus tickets cost, a comparison between the different options for buses and their respective fares. Hopefully, these details will inspire your confidence to enjoy this mode of transport in Bangkok that few tourists try.

Cooking class in Bangkok? Courageous Kitchen Review!

Firstly a not-for-profit, Courageous Kitchen started with humble beginnings of teaching English to children without access to standard education. Over time, Dwight and Panisha, the couple behind the outreach, expanded the program to teaching math, food safety, nutrition and, you guessed it, cooking. 

T-Shirt printing Bali – We’re Making Shirts!

On one of our rides, Josh noticed a screen printing shop. So today we decided to stop in and say hello. Now, I thought that we were just saying hello, taking a look, and then leaving. Unbeknownst to me, Josh had a different plan in mind. He was here to make a shirt and within minutes has trying to translate (mind you I don’t speak Indonesian, like at all) to communicate that we want to use our images to make printed shirts.

Gojek vs Grab in Indonesia

The first thing you notice in Bali are the green helmets of scooter drivers. Gojek vs Grab is the ultimate question in Indonesian transport.