Wijk aan Zee, literally translates to “district by the sea”, is a small town on the coast of the North Sea in the municipality of Beverwijk in the province of North Holland of the Netherlands. Excuse me for copying this description from Wikipedia. I stayed 2 nights in my cousin’s house in this lovely town … More Wijk aan Zee, Gimme Some #VitaminSea
Amsterdam oh Amsterdam… who doesn’t love this city? I get it that some people might find this city a bit too crowded or even too wild after a little while… but one can’t deny the charm of this city that is a home to 165 canals with 100+ km length in total. In Amsterdam, I … More 10 Places to Visit in Amsterdam
Right after I finished my so-called ♠ 77 Days of Euro Trip ♠ in the end of 2016, a lot of people were asking me about my ♥itinerary, ♦budget, and ♣expenses for the whole 2.5 months. To be honest, I wasn’t sure if I should share about the budget and expenses – as I know these 2 things can … More Backpacking: Europe in 2.5 Months | Itinerary, Budget, and Expenses | Solo Female Traveller from Indonesia
I’ve seen so many articles in the internet, talking about where to find beautiful girls in Europe… so I told myself, why not writing about where to find the handsome guys?! As a non-European girl, I’m pretty sure I can be quite objective when it comes to writing this list. Please note that everything I wrote here … More Where to Find Handsome Guys in Europe
Previously, I have reviewed Hamburg’s main attractions in my post: Hamburg-ering!. Here, you can find random interesting and absurd/funny stuff that stole my attention while I was exploring the city! Make sure you read the caption of each photo to find the description and some tips as well. Thanks for reading! Make sure you also check … More Random Stuff (+ Tips) in Hamburg
My 5D4N stay in Hamburg, Germany was mainly for visiting my old friends – Angi and Michel. They are a couple, originally from Stuttgart, whom I’ve known since I was living in Bali. When I was in Hamburg, it was also Angi and Michel’s last week staying in the city as they were planning to go back … More Hamburg-ering!