Family Trip to Jogja & The Surroundings!

Yogyakarta or Jogja has been one of my family’s favorite destination to go for vacation. I couldn’t remember how many times we have visited this city and this time, we decided to explore a bit of the edge of the city from Magelang, Kulon Progo, to Imogiri. There are a lot of new spots around […]

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Menganti Beach, A Beautiful Coastal at Kebumen

As part of the hometown trip, my family and I went on a road trip to Yogyakarta. Unlike what we usually did, we took the southern coastal route of Java Island. We did the similar trip years ago, but now the roads along the way have been so much better where you don’t have to […]

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Exploring Lawa Cave, Purbalingga

Once or twice a year, I went back to visit my hometown in Pemalang, Central Java. It’s a small town, but very close to my heart as I grew up there. As a traveling junkie, I just couldn’t keep being quiet at home. It was a sweet coincidence that some of my cousins who lived […]

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The Breathtaking Budapest

  Cannot believe that it’s been one full year I didn’t do any blog post. A lot of things happened, life went on, and I kept my traveling geekiness going throughout the year of 2018, but I never posted anything on this precious blog. I was struck when two weeks ago, one of my friend […]

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My Favorite City, Salzburg!

This time, I will tell a story of my experience visiting Salzburg, a small town in Austria – at the border of Germany, who is able to capture my heart instantly. This story is still part of my journey of visiting Eastern Europe, after the last time I told you my experience in Vienna, the […]

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A Perfect Solo Trip in Vienna, Austria

The perks of going to Europe is you can visit many cities from various countries in the short period of time just by going by train. The next city that I visited was, Vienna, Austria, which is located only 3-hours away from Prague by train. Vienna has always been on my mind. One of the […]

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A Sobering Trip to Terezin Concentration Camp

On my third day in Europe, I had a sobering trip to Terezin, a sleepy countryside one hour from Prague. This place holds one of the darkest chapter of the history where tens of thousands people died there as a result of hunger, disease, and inhuman treatment in the prison during the World War II […]

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