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  • [TERIOS] Borneo Wild Adventure – My Road Trip Wishes

    21 August 2015  •   •  7 comments

    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 through a Borneo wild adventure. Of all the Read More

  • Dream of Traveling Around Indonesia

    22 March 2015  •   •  0 comment

    I remember starting to have an obsession for traveling around the world when I was in high school. Stories upon stories from schoolmates originated from diverse countries made me wonder what’s really out there?   A decade later, that dream hadn’t come true, but I was taking baby steps. I traveled abroad within Asia. Amazed Read More

  • #FriFotos – 2013 Best

    3 January 2014  •   •  2 comments

    We’re entering the year of 2014 with #FriFotos, yeayy, we’re back! And this Friday’s theme is #2013Best. (I read that hashtags are becoming more ubiquitous in this year, so get used to it even you’re not on Twitter, guys). To be honest, it was difficult for us to choose which photos that could represent our Read More

  • Bring Indonesian Style Into Your Home

    18 December 2013  •   •  0 comment

    This post is a contribution from Marie Wright, a full-time mother, writer and interior decorator from South London. She balances work, family and home life with the perfect feng shui of island inspired home decor to create the ultimate oasis of calm. And this is her tips for decorating your home with Indonesian style. * Read More

  • Jimbaran Sunset – Friday Photo

    15 November 2013  •   •  0 comment

    Jimbaran area in Bali is famous for its row of seafood restaurants. Visitors go there especially for dinner and jam-pack the beach since daylight. I’m a seafood lover, but I didn’t get the hype. I had a dinner once in Jimbaran, got there when it was already dark. And I also had lunch there once. Read More

  • Terios 7 Wonders: Observing the Road and the Life of Baluran National Park

    10 October 2013  •   •  4 comments

    Day 6-7. Destination: Baluran National Park. It was easy to understand that we were to visit Baluran National Park as the next destination. By location, it’s smacked in the middle of our route. We did about 7 hours on the road and, again, we failed to meet a sunset on this lag of the trip. Read More

  • Terios 7 Wonder: Camping at Ranu Pane, at the Foot of Semeru Mountain

    7 October 2013  •   •  3 comments

    Day 4-5. Destination: Ranu Pane. By this day, I knew more of my bigger traveling family, which are drivers, winners of the Terios 7 Wonder blogging competition, and a few reporters from automotive media; some are pretty senior. It’s interesting to travel with this type of journalists. I’ve learned that these guys are people that Read More

  • Ijen Crater, East Java – Never Hike Again!

    11 September 2013  •   •  0 comment

    Remember how we huffed n’ puffed when hiking a hill on Dieng Plateau? I swore I wasn’t ever going to hike a hill or a mountain again! And like many ‘nevers’, this promise was finally broken, in less than a year’s time. To my defense, I had no other choice. I was going to Baluran Read More

  • Museum Tempo Doeloe – Monday Photo

    24 June 2013  •   •  2 comments

    Museum Tempo Doeloe or translated as ‘old time museum’ is a relatively newly opened museum in the heart of Malang city, East Java. It displays generally the history of Indonesia, focusing more on the history of East Java and Malang. Displayed above is Ken Arok, said to be the founder of Singasari Kingdom in 13th Read More

  • Friday Photo from Indonesia- Rooster over a G. I. Joe

    14 February 2011  •   •  0 comment

    I happen to stumble (and not the website) on this picture through a cousins Facebook account. I swear Facebook does wonders! Meet Azwir Tafsir, an Indonesian photographer, with an album fat of enhanced yet beautiful pictures. I happen to love this one. Quite simple, children playing with a rooster. It’s a common sight in any developing country, especially since boys can’t really afford fancy toys and live in lesser developed areas. But the joy is the same, don’t you think? And you can see that in their faces.