Tag Archive: travel

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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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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Casablanca, First Leg Got Me To Morocco

I was always curious about Morocco for some reasons that I couldn’t describe by words. I didn’t even know exactly what it was. Maybe I was curious about the landscape of Mount Atlas.… 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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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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Fener-Balat, Another Wanderlust Experience

I can not grateful more for chances to live in Istanbul, the city that always have anything to offer for its visitor in each corner of its city. As we know from the… Continue reading

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White Crater, The Beauty Given By Earth

In one weekend, while I was living in Jakarta, my good friend, Donna came and visit me. She would do something in the next following Monday in Jakarta for her works, it means… Continue reading

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Surprised By The Tulips

I didn’t write frequently in the last few months due to many things happened going on in my life. It was began by beginning semester loading me with abundant new tasks and assignments,… 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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Blangkejeren, Once Upon A Time

Sitting on the big rocks, I tried to catch any sounds coming from the far. The sound which was not familiar and I was doubts whether I even had heard that kind of… Continue reading

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