So again, happy new year! Yes, I know I didnt write anything on the 2nd of Jan. I failed on the first day HAHA but that’s okay! Anyway, I’m dedicating my first post to write about my to-do list of 2020 or most people usually call it by NY resolution. I’m not calling it a … More #1 To-Do List 2020
Hi happy new year! I know I haven’t been here for…years? And that’s actually one of the things that I regretted. I wish I had written more & keep the journal alive and my head running wild, but well…it’s better late than never right? Anyway, this is our anniversary! Today 4 years ago I signed … More 30 Days Thought Catalog
Orientation. New friends. Accommodation. SCG Headquarter. Adaptability. If you are missing the first part, go to this link for the introduction. It was the 10th of July when we arrived in Thailand. They picked us up, bring us to our accommodation. Considering that I am involved in an internship program that is fully-funded (not like a short-term … More The first 42 hours with SCG Thailand
It is the beginning of May, which means two things; One, I haven’t written anything for two months; Two, May means another countdown – time for me to move back to Indonesia. The explanation about why I haven’t touched this blog for months is simply because there is always things to do here, as simple … More Countdown Starts, already?
Cycling is a hobby of mine that I have missed, so much. It was something that I did everyday for three consecutive years when I was living in the Netherlands. It was my main transportation and I used to bike everyday & everywhere – school & campus, shopping to Centrum, going to cinema, etc. I … More Adventure on the warmest day of February: Tai Wai to Tai Mei Tuk
Thirty-one days passed in a blink of an eye. Hi! Back again with Amalia who has just recovered from her flu & disastrous sore throat for a week. As I haven’t updated anything on this blog for so long, let me recap what I experienced in January in one post. And also, I want to … More Hong Kong after 31 Days
Landed in Hong Kong International Airport two days ago has officially marked a new chapter in my life. A chapter full of surprises, excitement where new memories are about to be made. On the second of January, I was there standing at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport with my dad, and we had one massive suitcase, … More A new city to call home