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!
Before I took off to Europe last September, I knew that I had to visit at least 1 of the Baltic States in the north: Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania. Because Finland was the first country I visited in my 77 Days of Euro Trip, and I would continue the journey to the west, Estonia became my easiest … More Stepping into Middle Age: A Day Trip to Tallinn, Estonia
Many kids dream to meet Santa Claus at least once in a lifetime. Guess what, I finally realized this dream when I was already 27 years old! It still felt amazing, and this enchanting experience really left me feeling younger at heart and soul. Santa Claus Village is located in Rovaniemi, the capital city of Lapland, … More Play Kid for a Day in Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi, Finland
It’s been more than 4 years since the last time I blogged! So many things have happened, and I can’t share everything since that’ll be too many stories. My comeback here was actually triggered by some encouragement from my former colleague in Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort: Asti Rassi, the HR Business Partner for Starwood Bali … More Comeback
Hell yeah, and this is my first time writing my own blog! Well, I used to have one, but I guess Friendster blog doesn’t count, eh? :p But I can’t deny it used to be the best place to express any feelings that I had. My feelings when I had to move to another school … More There’s Always First Time For Everything