Stefan Arestis on 23 January, at 7: You can read more about CloseCircle in our article about how to stay safe whilst traveling. We did of course point out to our concerned friends and family back home that Sharia Law is only in place in one small part of Indonesia in the Northern Aceh province. I am still a big believer that when I go somewhere new that I am in THEIR country and have to respect their culture and that is part of traveling- encountering vastly different cultures than what we are used to. Stefan Arestis on 10 October, at 3: The law on national level is secular and i always thank you our founding father that they build the country on secular foundation despite the country majority religion.
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Gay life in Indonesia: interview with Joko from Java island
It makes me realise how far we have come in acceptance and rights in many western countries although we still have a long way to go. You may also like: I knew I was gay from an early age. Meg Jerrard on 24 January, at Megan Traveling Nine to Fiver on 23 January, at 4:
Hopefully everything will keep moving in the right direction. Would cheeky boy Sebastien go to heaven or hell? Joe Ankenbauer on 25 January, at 6: Subscribe to our newsletter Join our mailing list to receive our latest travel stories, exclusive deals, travel tips. Toni 2 Aussie Travellers on 23 January, at 9: Bec on 23 January, at 8: