In Life, about Tribulations and Happiness

Please pardon me for taking a break from my Seoul trip and posting another worrisome here. This is caused by an issue that has been tickling my mind and my fingers for these past few days. It’s related to what my friend spilled here, and it strengthens by someone whom I just met few weeks ago unintentionally, and later we frequently share some short conversations. … Continue reading In Life, about Tribulations and Happiness

Short Story of My Trip to South Korea

After arriving back to Indonesia from my South Korea trip, I’ve got a lot of question about my itinerary and budget. It might be caused by my (seemed interesting) holiday pictures that I’d posted all around my social media. Honestly speaking, I didn’t get many places to see for 10 days there, so I’ve only answered that I didn’t have many suggestion, but stories. If … Continue reading Short Story of My Trip to South Korea

First Time In Impressive Tokyo; Tokyo Station

A bit different with the last three years when I promised myself to write in each travel anniversary, this time I’ll grab the moment and write every single day until my last time in Japan, which means I’ll write continuously for the next 5 days. If the first day was memorable simply for it was first, my second day was memorable because few things which … Continue reading First Time In Impressive Tokyo; Tokyo Station

Patung Tuhan Yesus Memberkati, Makale

I like the sound of blessing, I like speaking of blessing, I like the blessings, I like to be blessed everyday, and I like it more to be someone else blessing, everyday. That’s why I like the name of this new icon of Makale; Patung Tuhan Yesus Memberkati more than the fantastic price of constructing this ambitious icon and how tall it is. It covers … Continue reading Patung Tuhan Yesus Memberkati, Makale

How Can I Forget You, Sydney?

No woman should have a memory. Memory in a woman is the beginning of dowdiness, said Lord Illingworth. –Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde- I was a little bit annoyed while reading that line in Wilde’s book, but now, I think I gradually become dull. So Sydney, in order to stop thinking about you and I become really really out-of-date because of these-so-yesterday-Sydney-stories, let’s … Continue reading How Can I Forget You, Sydney?

My Blue-scaping; Pulau Beras Basah

Suddenly the need of the blue runs through my blood’s stream, and speaking of blue, it reminds me about beach, and here I am, on my desk, remembering one of my blue-scaping close to Sangatta, where my family live. It’s called Pulau Beras Basah (Wet Rice Island) which lies at Makassar Strait, about 60 km at the southern part of Sangatta. It’s such a peculiar … Continue reading My Blue-scaping; Pulau Beras Basah

The Scent of Autumn of Arashiyama

When I was planning my trip to Japan for autumn 2014, I was really attracted by any foliage colour of autumn. All the websites, blogs, and brochures that I’d read during preparation were showing how beautiful the colour of autumn of Japan would be. So, I set my heart and my mind for enjoying any trees leaves changing during that moment. My thought about the … Continue reading The Scent of Autumn of Arashiyama