Category Archive: Travel Journals

Let’s Go Somewhere Beautiful, to the Greenery of Lintau

He took me to our first family trip together after we got married to the land where his parents grew up. His mother comes from a village called Lintau, in Tanah Datar regency, West… Continue reading

Lembah Anai, An Eye Catching Waterfall On The Trans-Sumatran Roadside

West Sumatra is a lush beautiful province of Indonesia and Lembah Anai is a relatively small green valley near its capital city, Padang. Lembah Anai waterfall is one of the easiest waterfall to… Continue reading

Jembatan Akar, a Living Bridge in West Sumatra

‘Jembatan Akar’ literally means ‘root bridge’ in Indonesian. It is a bridge built by intertwining the roots of two Banyan trees on Bayang riverbanks. It is located in West Sumatra, Indonesia and it… Continue reading

Cosplay at Japan-Tag 2015 Japan Day

Japantag or Japan Day is a huge annual event to promote Japanese culture held in Düsseldorf. This year’s event was held on Saturday and it was the first time for me to be there.… Continue reading

Nasi Goreng – Indonesian Fried Rice

Everybody in Indonesia knows Nasi Goreng. It is one of the most popular food because of its simplicity and delicious taste. As long as you have rice and egg, you can make it,… Continue reading

Ruins in Porto

Porto is such a beautiful city in Portugal. I did not know much about Porto. So, it comes to my surprise that there are a lot of ruins also in the city center.… Continue reading

Springtime in Bremen City Park

Winter came late last year and spring was also delayed. Now, when people talk about spring, I would imagine pink cherry blossom trees, blossoming roses and green grasses. While it is true, windy… Continue reading

Indonesian Night in Bremen

  As Indonesian students studying abroad, we also have this responsibilities as ambassadors to introduce Indonesian culture and tradition. Of course, we learn and apply local culture, but it’s just a bit sad… Continue reading

Blurry Vajdahunyad Castle

So, apparently ice skating on a frozen lake in front of a 19th century castle is a thing to do in the winter in Budapest Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur  

Ephemeral – Pink Sunset in Budapest

My sister and I visited Budapest on our winter holiday. We arrived in the afternoon and decided to take a walk in the christmast market near the Danube river after late lunch. From… Continue reading