This is a very different trip than any other trips I’ve done before and it might not be the usual trips that people will do as well. Last year, when I knew about Armin Only Intense tour is coming to Asia by end of May, and only in Manila and Taipei, I was so excited […]Read more "#astateoftrance – All the way to Manila for #AOMNL Armin van Buuren!"
We expect a lot in terms of animals since the beginning of the trip. We were thinking, it’s Africa, we want to see proper animals like the cartoon. However due to the time constraint, we don’t have time to visit to the safari hence we visited to the only zoo and botanical garden in the city […]Read more "Antananarivo, Madagascar – Looking for the animal kingdom."
We were lucky enough to meet a bunch of schoolgirls who are kind enough to show us around when we were lost. They were on their way to the church for Sunday mass and told us that they are going the same direction. Along the way, they try to chat with us with their limited […]Read more "Antananarivo, Madagascar – Ain’t like the movie. (iii)."
I guess it’s all about embracing the unknown. We wandered, we asked and we are still clueless. The locals been pointing us to different directions, the road sign ain’t helping at all and not to mention the simplified map. We saw the cutest cab ever, feeling the 60’s vibe along the way, while the driver […]Read more "Antananarivo, Madagascar – Ain’t like the movie. (ii)."
My first impression towards this country – where’s the zebra? I assumed everyone heard of the cartoon movie before, lions, zebra and giraffe escape to the land of mighty Africa. I was so looking forward towards the trip as I never been to Africa before, nonetheless Madagascar. Thank god for the business trip, else I […]Read more "Antananarivo, Madagascar – Ain’t like the movie. (i)."
Berlin is so structured in a way, I guess it’s due to the past history. Everything is in order, the buildings seem came out of moulds, it can be quite boring. However I realized there’s some kind of differentiation in the city, graffiti and murals here and there. Yes, the historical part of Berlin is […]Read more "Berlin – my life-changing travel experience. (ii)."
You probably get my story by now (if anyone ever reads it), I traveled to a place when I least expected it. Of course, I don’t know much about Berlin before I went there. Everyone heard about Berlin wall before, so am I. I was a kid when the wall came down, I barely had […]Read more "Berlin – my life-changing travel experience. (i)."
“I think I deserve something beautiful.” ― Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love Whoever read the book or watched the movie before, you’ll understand, this is causing serious wanderlust stirring. For those who are not familiar with this memoir, it’s about a woman called Liz Gilbert who went for her one year long soul searching trip […]Read more "If I’m going on my Eat. Pray. Love journey"
Personally, I don’t like Schiphol Airport (or any other airports, I just don’t like airport). However, I think I’ve been to Schiphol Airport the most, other than the ones at my home country. Hence why, Amsterdam has a very dear place in my heart. I had a lot of great times there. But whenever I’m in […]Read more "Amsterdam – Between the canals and stopovers"
It might be a little bit too late to write about resolutions for this year (Well, so does starting this blog). I think I should begin the blog by listing down my travel resolutions for 2015. Though it’s not a firm decision and many factors are affecting it, hence it’s my travel wish list. I […]Read more "Travel Wish List 2015."