Tag Archive: nomad

Balige, Where I’d Rather Be (With My Best Friends)

Speaking about best friends, I confess that I have three very closed friends that I’ve been known since the very first days I stepped my feet at my university. Along with these three… Continue reading

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Vangölü Express Took Me Enjoying Visual Feast of Turkey

Winter almost comes to an end as I could feel the spring is in the air. Winter break holiday was over for two weeks now, but I still remember clearly the short trip… Continue reading

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Volubilis Takes Me A Step Back in Time

My second day in Meknes, I visited Volubilis, one of Roman ruins in Morocco. Due to its location located 35 km out of Meknes city, I was not be able to travel there… Continue reading

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Images From Van to Tatvan

There were not so many stories to tell during my journey from Van to Tatvan. Apparently, Tatvan was not in my bucket list. Nevertheless I gave a day to see the city where… Continue reading

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Van, My First Trip to the East Turkey

East Turkey always attracts my attention for some reasons. For its mixed culture between the Turks, Kurds and Arabs. For its beautiful landscape that I just could see from my friends’ Instagram. Or… Continue reading

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Let’s Go to Meknes, The Other Empire City of Morocco

If you ask me, “What’s your favorite city in Morocco?” My definite answer will be ‘Meknes’. Located in the northern part of Morocco, this city was used to be the capital of Morocco… Continue reading

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The Last Day in Paris

“You’re not visiting Paris unless visiting Musee du Louvre”, my friend, Sebastian said when I told him that I will spend my last day in Paris by getting rest at home and doing… Continue reading

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I’m Taking You to Cape Town, This Time

“Are we in Europe?” That was my first question once Sari and I stepped our feet out of Cape Town International airport. Unlike other trips that I normally did with myself only, this… Continue reading

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Autumn Brought Me To Yedigöller National Park

Weekend, and autumn was still there. It was my second year living in Istanbul, and I didn’t want to miss to witness the beauty of autumn this year. Last year, I was too… Continue reading

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Fethiye, Short Summer Break in Mediterranean Sea

After found out that I had chronicle back pain in the last June, my summer break was far from expected. I canceled many plans I made, and focused on my therapies and treatment.… Continue reading

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Places I Visited in Kampala

With the mindset, “I would always have time to do sightseeing in Kampala, I would never had chances to explore some touristic sites in the capital of Uganda. Until a day, when my… Continue reading

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Being Stuck In The Queue Line of Chateau de Versailles

“Nurul, are you sure that you don’t want me to get you the online ticket?” Coralie asked again for the very last time when I told her that I would like to visit… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Istiklal Street

Who doesn’t know Istiklal Caddesi or Istiklal Street? If you’ve ever traveled to Istanbul, I am sure that you’ve heard about this street, even just once. Located at historical area Beyoglu (Pera), Istiklal… Continue reading

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Look Further Into The Magical Medina of Fes

As suggested by other travelers, I hired professional guide to accompany me to see further the Medina of Fes. For your information, Medina in Fes is the largest one in Morocco. Even, I… Continue reading

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Meet Fes, The Largest Medieval Settlement In The World

Located in the northeastern part of Morocco, Fes is the oldest city in Morocco and capital of the Kingdom in the 13th century. Beside a home for the oldest university in the world,… Continue reading

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Bosphorus, The Delta Where The East Meets The West

September last year was one of transitions of my life journey. That was the time when I decided to leave my home country, again, head to Turkey to pursue my further education that… Continue reading

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Bogor Botanical Garden, The Oldest Botanical Garden in South East Asia

One day, my eyes caught an announcement at one of photography community websites. It announced a photo contest held by one of the biggest telecommunication company in Indonesia. The purpose of the contest… Continue reading

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Jinja, Where Nile River Starts to Flow

Once upon time, one of my Ugandan colleagues told me, “People always connect Nile River to civilization histories in Egypt. But did you know that apparently the source of Nile starts from my… Continue reading

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Paris, J’arrive

It was 5 am in the morning, my stuffs were readily packed. I would leave Amsterdam in the next hour, heading to Paris, where my good friend, Coralie, lived there at the moment.… Continue reading

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Phuket Town in A Day

My sister had complained that I was not a good travel mate for her. When we traveled together to Phuket, instead of spending so much time wandering around to see what’s happening here… Continue reading

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