It all started when Dimas asked us in our group chat, “hey guys, how is our plan to travel together?” which I excitedly agreed on that. For me, it had been two years that I hadn’t traveled with my friends. … Continue reading
//story and photos by Abraham Ranardo. Travelling to Flores was quite a challenge for us. Because we decided to not use any travel agent, hence we tried to plan the trip by ourselves. However, the information on the internet about … Continue reading
//story and photos by Mohammad Dimas. Closing to our departure date, I was so nervous. I was worried that the trip would turn into a disaster since we didn’t prepare everything. We made itineraries in very last days, we didn’t … Continue reading
//story and photos by Nabila As’ad.
We took a super early flight from Bali. I was so shocked because we encountered two Indonesians who wanted to cut the check-in line (a rare view in Europe). That experience was kind of ruining my morning enthusiasm about Flores. However, when our plane was about to land in Flores, I couldn’t close my mouth and kept pointing, “Guysssss, look. Look. Look. Look at those greenish and transparent beaches.”
Today is already the forth day of 2015. Yeah, a new year, a new beginning! Tho it is a bit late, I want to join the euphoria of making reviews of my 2014’s moments and bucket list for 2015. I don’t usually make … Continue reading
These past five days, the world has been in a deep grief following the siege in Martin Place, Sydney, Australia, and an abrupt massacre at a supported-by-military high school in Peshawar, Pakistan (Yet the not-yet-solved case in Palestine and other cases in the other parts of the world). I was stuck in sadness and bitterness when I read the news :( Those killers were sick! Some men labelled themselves in the name of holy religion (or politics or any other parties) killed innocent citizens. The reasons behind their inhuman actions are being investigated further. The perpetrator in Sydney called himself as a Moslem and forced two hostages to hold a flag with a Shahada*) written on it. This siege scene in Sydney triggered the anti-Islam attitude across the city. However, the citizens’ reactions moved me into tears.
When I scrolled down my Youtube feed, I found this trailer of a new Indonesian movie. Its title made me put a click on it. Can you guess what was the title? Yep! The most
annoying asked question in Indonesia: Kapan Kawin?//When Will You Get Married?
This trailer starts with
Last Tuesday on November 25th, Indonesia celebrated the National Teachers’ Day. The celebration wasn’t as huge as New Year’s celebration but for me, Teachers’ Day has much more meaning than the New Year’s.
On a night before, my elementary school mate, Thowi, invited us to —>
This part is the second most interesting part of my stories about Iceland. For you who doesn’t know what country Iceland is, I screenshot a picture of <!–more—>Iceland (the whole island is the whole country) from my Lonely Planet’s Iceland ebook – … Continue reading
A breezy morning in Ruteng didn’t stop us to wake up early in the morning. We decided to take ojek (motorcycle taxi) to Denge at 8 AM. We only had one thing in mind: We had to reach Wae Rebo village … Continue reading