Tag Archive: nomad

Amsterdam, From Canal to Canal

I cancelled my plan to visit Keukenhof garden, known as one of the capital of tulip in the world. I must confess that visiting Keukenhof was considered as one of my main “things… Continue reading

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Sunda Kelapa Harbor, When I Tried to Run Away From The Crowd of Jakarta

Living in big city as Jakarta could be exhausted. Long walking hours with cosmopolitan living style, and to mentioning huge traffic jam that could catch you for hours. Yes, it was exhausted. And… Continue reading

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Meet The People of Zaire

Living in Kinshasa didn’t provide me many opportunities to explore the beauty of the country. Beside the unstable political situations, many places couldn’t be accessed by public transport requiring visitors to rent a car… Continue reading

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Phi Phi Islands, They’re Beautiful Without The Crowd

My sister was obsessed with the movie of Leonardo Di Caprio, “The Beach”. I still had no clear clue whether she was obsessed with that good looking actor who won many hearts while… Continue reading

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Welcome to The Roman City of Ephesus

My first Turkey’s trip made me a bit exhausted and also happy in the same time. There were little time I had but a lot of places need to be seen. Ephesus became my… Continue reading

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Pamukkale Means Cotton Castle

It took for 8 hours journey brought me to Pamukkale after fantastic trips in Cappadocia. I arrived at 3 o’clock in the morning at Pamukkale’s bus station and I was half awake when I… Continue reading

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Welcome To Underground City of Cappadocia

I wake up a bit late. When I wake up, sun already shone and I heard some voices talking out of my room. It was still cold, but not cold as the day… Continue reading

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Weh Island, Where Kilometer Zero of Indonesia Starts to Count

During three years my stay in Aceh, Weh Island had been my escape sanctuary every time I was fed up with the hectic of city life. Not merely its location closed to Banda… Continue reading

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King’s Highway, Brought Me to Petra

Petra is always being main destination for many travelers when they’re visiting Jordan, including me. So, after spending three days in Amman, I packed my suitcase to continue my trip to Petra, the… Continue reading

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Visiting Maasai Village, How the Nomads Live

Visiting Maasai Village was one of the programs of our Safari Tour in Maasai Mara. At our second day, after having lunch at the edge of Mara River, Tom, our guide and driver… Continue reading

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Maasai Mara, My First African Wild Life Experience

Knowing that I had lived in Africa for a while, not once friends and relatives asked me the same questions. “So, you’re living in Africa, huh? Do you live in the jungle?” “Yes.… Continue reading

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Istanbul, At the Very First Day

I was exhausted, sweating and near to death due to anxiety of missing the flight, when I finally arrived at Ndjili International Airport. It was raining, causing some floods in many areas of… Continue reading

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Hidden Paradise of Indonesia: Stranded in Tello Island

It was so warm and humid. I was sitting on the deck, watching ship crews preparing everything to ensure there was nothing to be missed before continuing our trips to Hibala. My journey… Continue reading

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Entebbe, The First Leg Got Me to Uganda

Here I am. Sitting at my friend’s house in Entebbe, waiting for the result of election in Uganda. OK, I nor my friend have nothing to do with the election. However, I could… Continue reading

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