Category Archive: Travel

Rinca or Komodo Island?

If you have one day only to visit these islands which one should you pick?

Padar island – Komodo Island – Pink Beach & Manta Point

Apparently there are people who only visited this part of Indonesia for 2 or 3 days, go to Rinca which is the island nearest island to Labuan Bajo that has Komodo Sanctuary took… Continue reading

Visiting Komodo Islands – Boats and Hotel

I now think that the most relaxing thing is the combination of a quiet warm morning, broken by the sound of the engine of a small boat and the breaking water against its… Continue reading

Vintage Train to Solo for a Vintage Market

Please please let me know if you have seen cuter trains than this! Where and how can we all see it? This is the train I took to go to Solo. It is… Continue reading

Yogyakarta Sultan’s Palace – Kraton

I am not going to bore you with details of the Keraton, the place was interesting enough and worth the visit for those who has never been. I wouldn’t expect anything “impressive” from… Continue reading

Taman Sari – Royal Baths

I love this place the most out of the places I visited in Yogyakarta this time around. Why you say? Because  : 1.It is called a Water Castle I just love the name,… Continue reading

Borobudur Sunrise

Have you had any of that moment this year? The moment that you realise that your memory tends to play tricks on you? That moment came to me when I visited the Buddhist… Continue reading

More Ice Cream Sandwiches and Bao

Bao and its Ice Cream Sandwich. On my last update, I said that I could not get  to try Bao Ice cream Sandwich. It was simply because we went to the place really… Continue reading

Tour of London’s Best Ice-cream Sandwiches 

Rumour has it that the next few days in London would be the hottest days in one of the hottest August they had for a while. I thought it would be the perfect… Continue reading

Scilly Food

Did you think I was done in telling you about the Scilly Isles? Hah! you are so scilly! Of course not (╬ Ò ‸ Ó) , after all I am here to bore… Continue reading

Scilly Birds and Seals

“There is seal over there on your left, you can see, popping her head out” said our guide and captain of the boat who had a strong cornish accent, which almost sound like… Continue reading

A Scilly Trip

Do you get it? Scilly Trip, like silly trip?

Summer Greeting, Song & Roscoff, France

The sun is finally shinning again here. I want to say to you all my blog friends, Have a wonderful summer! To those new follower, Thank you so much for following me and… Continue reading

A Brief Encounter with Belgrade

I was supposed to have a full two days in Belgrade, but when the 30 minutes waiting time + 2 hours flight turns into 3 hours waiting + 2 hours flight, we had… Continue reading

Belfast, Northern Ireland

This is throwback, hence the gloomy weather and the dark photos that makes it seem that there is an impending doom. I realised I have been slacked, if you want to know, I… Continue reading

Going to the Market

When I was really little, one of the things that I look forward to is to times when our over-the-road neighbour, Bude (Aunty), ask me whether I want to go to the market… Continue reading

Cold Brew & Coal Brewed Coffee

Did I mentioned that I like Coffee? Haha.. I talked about coffee: In one of my first updates – Kopi Tubruk Where did coffee come from – Weasel and Goats Coffee places in… Continue reading

Made in Indonesia – 2016

I have a confession. I lied in this post. To say that I only buy postcards when I travelled. That is not entirely true. I only buy postcards if I travel in European… Continue reading

Small Monkeys and Batu Putih – Fin

…We got out of the bushes where the monkeys were, and drove a long the bigger red-earth road for about 10 minutes, even deeper to the forest. When suddenly I can see the… Continue reading

Old World Monkeys – Small Monkeys and Batu Putih 2

… The patient ranger, who looks like he played in the sun all the time unlike the renowned north sulawesian of fair skinned type, drove the motorbike a little further and stopped in… Continue reading