As i ever state, i'll make statistic summary about countries that my blog reach on 2017. It's for nothing, just make me excited. When i get bored/stuck/lazy in writing, knowing that my blog reach that far away people, it's kind of energized me. Knowing that little thing i did here are read by people from all over the world (and hopefully it's useful!) Some countries, i never expected because it's really unpredictable! Say, Serbia, Romania, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Ireland, Oman, Croatia, Jordan, Bostwana, Mauritius, Chile, Finland,... i can't stop typing the list, lol. I'm very glad these people stopping by on my blog, because many of these exotic countries are on my travel wish from so long! So, here i present my 2017 blog statistic. For an instant visual, look at the highligted countries on world map on my first picture above.
Đà Lạt is the capital of Lâm Đong Province, the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The city is surrounded by hills, pine forests, lakes, and waterfalls. Because of its geographic, Đà Lạt was developed as a resort by the French in the early 1900s, and many reminders of its colonial heritage remain. Producing a lot of... Continue Reading →
Photo was taken on sunrise at Falajawa beach, Ternate island - North Moluccas of Indonesia on 2015. Equipped with patience and endurance, Anticipation can bring beautiful thing. *** via Daily Prompt : Anticipation
Mũi Né is a town located on Binh Thuan Province, southeast Vietnam. It lays along the South China Sea shore with steady wind conditions, which make it a top destination for windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and other water sports. We were in Mui Ne for 2 nights; one short afternoon, one full day, and one short... Continue Reading →
New Chitose Airport is an international airport located on Chitose and Tomakomai, Hokkaidō, Japan, serving the Sapporo metropolitan area. By land area, it is the largest airport in Hokkaido. Based on experience, here we'll list some essential things you need to know about this airport.
We spent 2 nights at Mui Ne. Read more about places to visit in Mui Ne here. Well, Mui Ne is a small town near beach, 5 hours by bus from Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). And, that's the only public transportation which'll bring you there : the bus. Yep, there isn't any airport at Mui Ne, letalone train. As we've said before, finding halal foods in small and rural places even more challenging than it is in big city. So, among all of places we visited at Vietnam (HCMC, Mui Ne, Da Lat)... eating at Mui Ne was the toughest.
Tidore Island is a part of North Molluccas (Maluku) Province on east region of Indonesia. It is ruled by Sultanate of Tidore, long before Indonesia is formed as legit nation. Sultanate is Islamic form of Kingdom; it is lead by a Sultan. One day, i had a chance to visit Tidore, so i made it to the palace. Very lucky, we were invited to come inside the palace! What it looks like?
Dusk has coming. The sky was painted in orange, sweep by sweep, thicker on each after. Vermillion sky lit up the night, as if fire burning the horizon. Only, this one is much more pretty. I stood outside of my second floor, mesmerized by the moment.
On my birthday this year, i got special gift from a friend who are now in Paris. She is one of my close friend from highschool. We start living in different city since the second semester of our college time. She came back to our hometown (where the highschool is), and took her medical degree... Continue Reading →
Feeling exhausted after walking/shopping around the lively Orchard Road of Singapore? Well, take a rest while sitting and watching the street performers do their attractions. How about eating something to chill your mind out? There is a street food famously attached with Orchard Road, the ice cream! Well, do not overthink it. Of course it won't... Continue Reading →
It was a yellow afternoon on my research days in Jambi Province of Indonesia, precisely at Merangin Regency. I was in a hurry to pick up my clothes on side yard, i left it there to be dried on tropical day sun. Then, i found this gigantic wings creature sitting on my bronze hijab. I was amazed of its gigantic size rather than usual butterflies.