Friday, September 26, 2014

20 September 2014

My dad passed away.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Bali Best Eggs

I have mentioned it a lot of times before, but... i would like to mention it again. Hehe. My favorite city in Bali is Ubud. Why? This post will explain one of the reason.
So, the first time I went to Ubud, my hubby took me to a very memorable and beautifully vintage place.
The name is Igelanca.
Totally homey! Love it!

The place called Igelanca. It is located on the main street of Ubud. They served homemade dish that taste seriously delicious! What's very weird is.... they serve the best pouched egg I've ever tried! I dont know what they're doing to the eggs, but I assure you.. it is not just the typical egg. Hehe.
I've been here lots of time, and tried almost everything. Everything taste superb! So dont hesitate.  Just try everything, cause they are all yummy! The value for money is also the best.
So, overall, this is my favorite resto across the island.

Okay, thank you for reading. :)

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Nau Capsule Hostel Bali

One of my hobby is travelling. 
When I was in college, everytime I had a college-break, I always tried and made time for travelling.
There was one time when I and two best friends went for a trip around Java... couch-surfing.
I am not doing it as often now. But everytime I have a chance, I and my hubby always travel around the island (or, sometimes, even further)

So, there is this new hostel in Kuta called NAU. It is Balinese word for homey or cozy.
The hostel, in my opinion, is more suitable for backpackers. Coz it only have 2 private rooms, while the others are shared rooms. Still, it's very unique! Because..... it is the first hostel with a capsule room in Bali.

I interviewed Rodolfo, a male guest from Chili, who is backpacking for 4 years already-- circling the world. He said that he had only found this type of room (capsule room) in Japan and here, in Bali.

Apart from that, the hostel, like its name, is very cozy.
You can imagine when I said dorm/shared rooms, or if I mention backpacking hostel, the first thing that come to mind is crappy. Like, messy, stinky, unusually shabby... kind of crappy. But this one is unexpectedly tidy and organized. Don't believe me? I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.

The facade is quiet quirky, rite? It was made from recycled Bintang bottles
This is the veranda
That is me and Romain (a French guest of the Hostel) hanging out in the Lobby, busy with our own gadget.
The private room
This one is my favorite! Tadaaaa.... Capsule room.
There are more types of rooms that you can choose. I will try and ask for some more pictures.
And, by the way, I can get all these beautiful photos, thanks to the architect and the hostel management.
Also..... despite my personal relationship with the architect, I think he did a very great job!

They are crazzzyyy with Indonesian's Mega Mendung batik pattern!
It's all over their walls!!
P.S For more info and online booking click here, and for more information about the architect click here or here. Or ask me directly on the comment section. Thank you guys for reading!

Monday, February 10, 2014

The Art of Killing Free Times

I am actually full of opinions. Like when Schappelle Corby went out of jail, or Antasari Azhar went into jail, actually I have a lot to say. But the thing is, I am not one of those people who gets loud and say it all out. I mean, I am not quiet or anything. I love to fool around, saying weird things with my friends. But unless you ask me, I will not go around  shouting things.
Well, some people have similar personalities, some others are completely the opposite. Some might think my kind of people (kekekekk) are cowards. But, well, if you ask me, I think meddling with people's business is somewhat impolite. And, talking about things that we are not a hundred percent sure about, is stupid.


There are always two sides to every story. Right or wrong can be subjective sometimes. And it is true that some things are (without no questions) absolutely wrong. I mean, like.... Taking Someone's Life... For me, whatever the reasons, whoever you are, no matter how bad the situations are, Murdering a person is just wrong.
But things like Corruption... I mean, of course it is wrong! You can not just go around stealing things from poor people. That part, I completely agree. But to put corruptors in jail? Well, it might sound unusual to you, but I don't think corruptors should be put in jail. Yes, they should be punished of course! Just not by imprisonment though. I think it is too easy for therm... just sleeping around and eating free things from our tax money. (no way! i did not pay tax to be used that way!) I would love it better if the government told them to do social punishment for the rest of their lives. For example : Being a janitor or a street sweeper. And... to add to that... just take all the things they have (as a compensation for the country's loss) Like their houses, cars, etc. Anyone agree?

P.S Ah... Killing free times, writing blogs, and putting thoughts into something concrete... Love it! Haven't done it for a long time. yay!

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Ouch! Chopped!

Recently, perhaps due to my (as always) packed schedule, I forgot to take good care of my hair. It became long, messy, dry, and then starting to fall apart.
So, after (seriously) a lot of thoughts, I decided to cut it short. I'm feeling like starting anew with my hair. Cut all the bad parts off, and grows better plus healthier new ones.



Though I've grown it for more than 1.5 years and it felt heartbreaking to chopped it. I pulled myself together.


I was not quite happy with the result, cause I had specifically told the hair dresser to make it at least long enough for me to do a bun. And she cut it waaaaayyyy too short, imho.



My hubby said that I look 10 years younger. Haha. What's that actually mean? Did I look 40 before?

Monday, November 18, 2013

Bali Belly 아리랑

Oh my GOD!!! I feel like my blog is some stranded, unclaimed, full of spider web, rustic storage! I am so sorry, dear blog, for i do not visit you often. I am busier than ever! I know I always said that as an excuse, but I am busier than ever!

Bali is raining all the time nowadays. After almost 2 months without rain here, in Denpasar. Now, it is drenched and soaked in rain after rain.

Ah, anyway... now that I am here...
I want to recommend my new fave restaurant in town. The food here is super delicious!!! The size of it is GIGANTIC (that's what my hubby said, and he loves to eat!). And for a meat-eaters, this is like heaven.

The name of the restaurant is Arirang. It is a Korean restaurant in By Pass Sanur, owned by a very kind Korean man. Lots of Korean that visit Bali came here. And that is, actually, what attracted me at first.

The price range is affordable. You only need to preapare around IDR 150k for two people, and I can assure you that your stomach will explode. The Dak Gan Jeong is perfect, and it cost only 55k with (like I mentioned above) gigantic size.

For those who visit Bali and stay around Sanur, this restaurant is totally recommended.

P.S this blog becomes more and more like a food blog. Kekekekk...

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Every Once In a While...

...  I wanted to post pictures without naration. Hehe

top by Zara, jeans by 90 degrees,
floral heels by Up, bag by Charles&Keith

DISCLAIMER

DISCLAIMER
This blog is copyrighted by blog owner [copyproof]. All blog contents are not for public use. Please do not use any photos or any blog contents without permission [the use of contents without blog owner's permission will be considered as crimes]. Thank you so much for reading.