Tag Archive: solo traveler

I Survived One Night in the Sahara Desert

Spending a night in the Sahara desert was my major travel bucket list when I was in Morocco.  I was not a camping person, and I even did not want to think how… 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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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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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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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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Princes’ Islands Where I Didn’t Meet Any Prince :-)

I’m always obsessed with something related to the Royals. I had no idea from where this idea came from. Probably, it came from children stories books which I read when I was little… 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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A Day in Petra, The Rose-Red City

What I like the most from staying at Cleopetra Hotel was their excellent Jordanian home-made meals that they offered to their guests for the dinner. Every guest was just required to pay around… 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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My 48 Hours in Singapore

“Just relax. Take a deep breath. Again. Do it again,” I was exhausted, sweating and panicking at the same time. I tried to keep myself calm, sat at the bus stop, while trying… 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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One Day in Kigali, And I Had My Heart Broken

Finally I had my first inter nation road trip in Africa. Yes, I made it. After almost two years living in Bukavu, where the border of Rwanda is just few kilometers only from… Continue reading

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Landed in The Land of Fairy in Cappadocia

Due to the limit times, I used service of travel agent to explore the other cities of Turkey during my first visit in the country. The route would be Istanbul – Cappadocia –… Continue reading

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Delft, Vermeer, Coffee, Friend, I and Our Dreams

I am a dreamer. You can call me that way. I dream a lot. I dream to live as stories I’ve seen in the movie. I dream to live in fairy tales as… Continue reading

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