Greetings from Budapest! Until the day I write this article, I’m still on the third week of my Eurotrip. I post this through WordPress mobile version since I don’t bring my laptop. I promise to deliver more holiday pics as soon as I finish my journey. So far, I’ve learned
Time flies… it’s been over 6 years ago since the last time I went to Alanya and Cappadocia, Turkey. My seven day trip to Turkey was probably the most roller coaster journey ever – distinctively memorable for the unexpected experiences, sometimes unpleasant, that took me to the next level of learning by traveling.
Bali, nicknamed the island of Gods, is one of the islands in the world that could beat the fame of the country where it is located. Flood of foreigners all year long is no strange for a very popular destination like Bali. Last year, my parents, their old friends and
Departing from Scarborough, the eastern part of Toronto where I stayed with my sister in early December, Unionville was the first tourist attraction I visited on the first 3 days of my stay in Canada. She warned me in advance in order not to disappoint me that it wasn’t the
Maastricht might have been more well-known since Maastricht Treaty, which is responsible for Euro and European Union establishment. However, let’s focus on the cultural side of the town rather than politics and European economic crisis. Maastricht is the capital city of Limburg province, the southern part of the Netherlands. Together
CASA LOMA I love castles, mansions and Casa Loma! It is indeed my favourite tourist attraction in Toronto. Casa Loma (Hill House) is in Austin Terrace, the hill part of Toronto, built in 1911 for Sir Henry Pellatt, a Canadian financier. It took 300 men in 3 years to complete
After more than two decades of my life in Jakarta, I’ve finally found an instant getaway to drag me out from hectic, worsening road traffic, never ending dirty political games and corruption sagas in Jakarta for a while without leaving the city. Entering Café Batavia at Fatahillah Square, one of