your guide to my indonesia experiences on 1 page Continue reading quick links: indonesia
I never really understood the convenience of Peta Jalur Kereta Api Java until 1) I tried it and 2) I realized how big Java actually is. I didn’t need to constantly ask where the bus station/buses are or wonder if they’re tricking me or stopping at wrong destinations. As long as you’re awake when it arrives at your stop, you’re good. Here are the 3 memorable rides I took Continue reading Stress “less” travel with the Java Train System
it’s been a while! been traveling for the last month around indonesia, and now it’s time for my first post
because i am now officially #funemployed, i needed to ween myself off flashpacking, and started budgeting “for real”. while i only accomplished limiting my alcohol consumption in my almost 4 weeks in indonesia, it did however, make me mindful of how i spent, which gave me insights as to how to lower my spending on my next adventure (such as learning to scooter in 2.5 hrs so i can DIY tours). i literally tried my best to take note of every single thing i spent on, which is so unlike the travel-me
it also gave me an excuse to make a pivot table and presentation out of it #geekalert
i want to buy my childhood. PLEASE let me buy my childhood Continue reading on not-for-sale displays
I’ve been living here for 1.5months now (another 1.5 months to go and I’M DONE!), and it’s high time that I write about my new expat digs.
My officemate and Jakarta BFF, Joey, has nicely offered the extra bedroom in her 2-br flat. And what it lacks in modern fixtures, appliances, and furniture, it certainly made up with convenience. Continue reading on expat living: a few pegs down
Life doesn’t give us purpose. We give life purpose.
The Flash, DC Comics
First off, I want to congratulate myself, for finally getting back to my “running habit” after 3 months in Jakarta. YEY!
And that’s the problem. RUNNING IN JAKARTA Continue reading when we form scary shit in our heads