5 Things I Like About Kepulauan Seribu
Born and raised in inland Bandung, I envied the people in Jakarta for having such a great beach getaway to the Kepulauan Seribu, just within arms reach. With only about 2 hours with public wooden boat from Muara Angke Port or 1 hour on the speedboat from Marina Bay Ancol, the residents of the Big Durian can have a sun-kissed tan after swimming in the blue-turquoise ocean. However, as I have traveled and lived in Jakarta, I found that people usually tend to outgrow of this destination. Apparently,
Barcelona – A City Full of Faith
I was sure that there was a sort-of church building in Barcelona that looked like it had been heavily pooped on. I was so sure, I tried to convince Windy and Vindhya that this building was located in Barcelona, although I had no idea what it was called. ‘Have faith!’ was the undertone of my persuasion. ‘Are you for real?’ shined off their faces in reply. Through the power of social media, we quickly learned that my vague inaccurate description was right as somebody did respond and guessed
[TERIOS] Borneo Wild Adventure – My Road Trip Wishes
When it comes to adventurous exploration in Indonesia, there’s just no end to it. This country is huge and full of things that many haven’t seen, been, touched, and heard of. I’m lucky to have experienced a few, but I still need to get to know more. Of all the islands I’ve been to, Borneo – or Kalimantan – is the biggest and one of the most fascinating ones. It’s so rich in culture, history, and definitely nature.
I’ve been only to a few parts of Borneo and awed by the vast tropical