Jersey – Channel Islands – UK

My last post on a pretty village in Dorset, got so many good response, I started to look for all my pictures of other more obscure places in the UK. It turns out… Continue reading

The Village of Corfe Castle and Swanage – Dorset – England

Having been to many places in England , I would say the south coast is one of the prettiest part of it. Is a place of inspiration for Enid Blyton, Thomas Hardy and… Continue reading

What’s Going On ?

Hi Everyone! You may noticed that I have been absent for awhile. Some of you are ‘what? didn’t even noticed that.’ Hahaha. If you do notice, I have just been really busy at… Continue reading

Eva’s Surabaya

Moving on from Jakarta, don’t fret I might do more on Jakarta, but as Indonesia is huge I want to move on to another part of the country, Surabaya, East Java. This time… Continue reading

Curated Craft Market – Renegade London

This is its second year running in London, the Renegade Market hails from the US. I think they go from city to city in the US, and in Europe they are only having… Continue reading

Favourite Stationery Shops – London

Stationery, is one of my weaknessess, and maybe spelling. :) But have wanted to talk about this for a while. Whenever I travel I look into bookshops and stationery shops, rather than clothes… Continue reading

Maesy’s Jakarta

This time Jakarta according to Maesy Angelina, the other half of Dusty Sneakers, Gypsytoes. Maesy grew up in Jakarta. Her departure to Holland to study was the impetus for her and Teddy to… Continue reading

Porto – Portugal

Happy New Year to you all! My first update of 2015 is going to be my first ever Travel Throwback Thursday Oh No! another one of these you say? well this is just… Continue reading

My 2014 Travel recap and a note to self

I have officially packed away my bagpack for the year. No more travel plans. This year has been immense amount of travelling, that I developed a system to pack quickly and lightly that… Continue reading

The Razzle Dazzle of Chicago – 4 things to do

Chicago funnily enough reminds me a lot of Sydney. Maybe it’s the Skyscrappers and its harbour to one of the Great Lakes,Lake Michigan, that made me think that. A week is probably not… Continue reading

Teddy’s Jakarta

Teddy W. Kusuma, or in the blogging world he is called Twosocks, is a half of The Dusty Sneakers. I tweeted the other day to say this is probably going to be the… Continue reading

Made in Indonesia – Wish List

I know it is only 1 week before Christmas, this update was just a quick one to follow on the good response to the Grensi Update. I thought I share my Made in… Continue reading

Veny and Victor – Grensi – Cool Indonesians

If you have not noticed yet, I love stationery (not stationary or standing still). I found Grensi whilst going through Illustrations, mainly for their illustrated stationery collection of Papua. What I love is… Continue reading

Lorraine’s Hometown – Jakarta

Following my thoughts, I have started asking a few people about their hometown, memories and how they perceive the city they once lived in or still living in. The first person I asked… Continue reading

My Hometown – Real or a faded memory?

When I was studying cultural tourism they say that people are more likely to visit attractions outside their area. If they were to choose to spend time other than shopping they are more… Continue reading

Conversation about Culture – Arranged Marriage or Match Making

In Indonesian Literature there is a book called Sitti Nurbaya, written by one of the country’s famous writers Marah Rusli published in 1966. The story is so well known in Indonesia that it… Continue reading

Dita & Zulfy – Cemprut & Uhkz – Cool Indonesians

One of the things I love to look for going to urban areas are the Murals or what some may say grafitti. I don’t think I have actually seen good ones in Jakarta… Continue reading

Wita Puspita – Design is Yay – Cool Indonesian

This time around I found Wita when I was trawling through Instagram pics of Totoro. Weird I know, but I thought “hmm this girl has similar interest to me”. Sure enough when I… Continue reading

What to eat and where in Vienna

If you are like me when traveling and on holiday, good food is always important. 1.Have a Frühstück A.k.a breakfast or in most cases brunch, this is apparently what the Viennese do. Don’t… Continue reading

Weirdest art exhibition I have been to

They recommend to not do any superlatives on ones blog, because it will be boring if you found yet another one that tops your earlier judgement, and you keep repeating yourself. But this… Continue reading