My Weekends

Apart from my holidays, my daily life is apparently plain. It’s a 7 to 5 work life with little myself time after dinner. Not much to do with those remains hours after working hours. Only on the weekends I get additional one or two hours depends on how early we leave the office, which is influenced by the big boss. With that additional time, I often spent it with an afternoon walk (and the walk depends on the weather). It always be the same route because we only have that one province road in our neighborhood, which isn’t an easy … Continue reading My Weekends

A Glimpse of Nene’ Bilong’s Rambu Solo

Before deciding to share about this, I was eager to continue posting my South Korea trip, but I was lack of idea about how to write it, I share a glimpse of Rambu Solo (funeral ceremony) of my late grandfather (from my late mom’s side) instead. The ceremony was held in July 2010, about more than half year after he was gone. Since I am currently far from any family who are capable to explain to me what was happened on each picture, I will only tell each picture based on my experience there. I think I was so careless … Continue reading A Glimpse of Nene’ Bilong’s Rambu Solo

Once Upon A Time at Shibuya

Ah, kali ini pake bahasa Indonesia dulu. Bukan EYD pastinya karena aku selalu lemah di situ. Cerita kali ini, masih terinspirasi dari group chat Seoul. Iya, aku tau aku susah move on, bahkan cenderung gak mau move on. Kali ini bukan cerita dari Seoul, tetapi di negara tentangganya, Jepang, tepatnya di Shibuya. Lebih tepatnya lagi cerita tentang suatu hari di musim semi, saat aku dan Liz, juga para teman cowok mengikuti lautan manusia yang memadati ‘Shibuya Crossing’, penyeberangan yang terpadat di dunia di tahun 2013 silam. Ikutan memadati arus penyeberangan di “Shibuya Crossing” memang membuat aku dan teman-teman jadi norak-norak … Continue reading Once Upon A Time at Shibuya

More of May 14, 2016 in Seoul

When mostly Korean Couple spent May 14, 2016 with roses, I spent that day with friends and food. I found it was romantic as changing roses (a made up excuse). 😀 Irina and I skipped breakfast, so we decided to have lunch together like what I’ve told on previous post, but before having (extremely) late lunch, we promised to visit War Memorial of Korea. The War Memorial of Korea is a massive building with a helpful digital guide. I couldn’t say that visiting a war memorial was pleasing as visiting palaces or other historic places, it have always given different … Continue reading More of May 14, 2016 in Seoul

Thought on the Road of Seoul

Born and grew up in none other countries but Indonesia makes me being accustomed well with common sense of this beloved country of mine. Therefore, when I did travel abroad, I was sometimes surprised by one or two acts; even it was a simple one. Actually not only when traveled abroad, but also anywhere in Indonesia, but East Borneo where I precisely born and grew up, when I encountered quite different culture with one we usually did in East Borneo. I usually hide my surprised in action, but sometimes, something or some events left the impression a little bit longer … Continue reading Thought on the Road of Seoul

Statistic That Matters

Speaking about blogging, there is one thing that I love doing each time I log in to my so beloved blog’s account; Little Orange World, seeing the statistic. Intentionally or un-intentionally, seeing the statistic is the first thing happens. I don’t deny it though for it’s the first page that appears in before my eyes. Each time, the first thing that appears off all will always be my-fluctuated-at low-level-stick-diagram. It doesn’t really matter for me, even though I sometimes happy if there’s a high spike or two in between. The things that I intentionally see are the flags of country, … Continue reading Statistic That Matters

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. Our first conversation was first happened because of my misunderstanding toward him. The second conversation happened because I felt sorry for my misunderstanding. And then the third conversation happened naturally, and it continues. We have … Continue reading In Life, about Tribulations and Happiness

A Slice of Cheesecake’s Story in Seoul

On my previous post, I said that I did a lot of new things on my first visit to South Korea (I think I’ll do more), one of which was couchsurfing. After giving much thought whether I should do it or not, I finally did it. I’d never had the confidence before, to stay and share anything with someone that I’d never known. However, I gave it a try in South Korea and I enjoyed it; everything that had happened during my staying with three different hosts. My first host was a university student in Seoul. At first I worried … Continue reading A Slice of Cheesecake’s Story in Seoul

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 only they wanted to hear it, but I didn’t think they would. I think I could publish at least two books for those stories (joke). 😀 😀 I might be changing the way of my … Continue reading Short Story of My Trip to South Korea