The obscure pleasures of 40-plus hours on an overloaded ferry in Indonesia


The Kapal Awu long-distance ferry in port at Benoa, Bali. Its operator, Pelni, has connected Indonesia’s cities and remote islands for decades, and a trip on one of its vessels affords the chance to see the country in a way few tourists do. Photo: Chan Kit Yeng

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