Tag Archive: wanderlust

Khasab, the Norway of Arabia

It was early in the morning when I arrived in Muscat International Airport. Sleeping was the only thing I wanted to do, but I couldn’t. Instead, I must continue my journey to Khasab,… Continue reading

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Karibu….. Welcome to Zanzibar!!

Finally, I could take a deep breath after struggling for almost three hours at Djomo Kenyatta Airport. I had no idea, why the airport was so mess up in that morning. I arrived… 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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Things I Saw in Kuala Lumpur

After having a lot of thoughts and  considering the fact that I am totally stranger in Kuala Lumpur, I came up with decision to hop on hop on hop off bus to explore… 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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Banda Aceh, What To See And How To Get Around

If tsunami didn’t came to Aceh, perhaps I would never visited the most western province of Indonesia for my entire life. Trust me, I was not happy when it happened. Instead, I was… Continue reading

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Bukavu, Once Upon a Time

I was dancing in the rain, following the rhythm of African music and sing along with the singer once a while. “Sawa sawa sawa ne,” my colleague was singing next to me, precisely… Continue reading

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One Day in Alexandria

Rius and I agreed to drive to Alexandria on my third days in Egypt. Alexandria had got my curiosity and was on the list of ‘places I must visit when I am in… Continue reading

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Things I did at My First Day in Cairo

Due to living in war zone area, I got privilege from organization where I work for to have Rest and Recuperation (RnR) every eight working weeks. After two months, separated from other part… Continue reading

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Nias, A New Beginning

I have special place for Nias, the small island located on the west side of Sumatera for some personal reasons. First of all, it was my very first time to travel far away… Continue reading

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