hostel life

Wow, It's the longest time I don't write any single entry on this blog, kinda missing it... I've got a lot stories to be told actually, until I don't know where do I start ;) Well. let me start recalling what have been happening for almost 6 months since the last time I blog. April, where the adventure starts.... In April, I flew to Singapore in order to attend a job interview for graphic designer

Transportasi Umum di Jakarta dibandingkan dengan…

Transportasi Umum di Jakarta dibandingkan dengan…

Awal-awal, baca status FB teman-teman yang berada di Belanda tentang bagaimana menyebalkannya NS (Kereta Api Belanda) nggak begitu menarik perhatian gue, toh, di mana-mana alat transportasi umum juga kadang-kadang menyebalkan. Paling enak memang punya mobil pribadi, lebih bebas, dan bisa nyetel musik sesuka hati.

Culture Shock and Reverse Culture Shock

Culture shock is the shock of moving to a foreign country in a long period. Or : a sense of confusion and uncertainty sometimes with feelings of anxiety that may affect people exposed to an alien culture or environment without adequate preparation Reverse Culture Shock:

I LOVE Fireworks

New Year celebration identical with fireworks. Every year we always hear Pro and Contra about Fireworks. To be honest, I do love massive fireworks, and Yes, I heard of people's comments about global warming and burning money for this Fireworks. In my humble opinion, C'mon people... It is not even everyday event. I noticed, Kids do love fireworks.. I assume, because kids really know how to enjoy life. Unlike us, adults are just so boring and fake, sometimes.

Episode 17: In Foreign Eyes

Episode 17: In Foreign Eyes

My dream comes true,I’ve eventually been to The Netherlands for three weeks. And then,I’ve got to face another problem after my return home from Holland,that is I really want to go back to Holland AGAIN!!! Ha Ha , for second visit, third visit.. and so on. I’ve already missed Koffieverkeerd at AlbertHeizn,Stroopwafel

Episode 16: Indonesisch Restaurant

In the Netherlands, Indonesian Rijsttafel are widely known by the Dutch, it means ‘Sharing the table’. After Indonesia’s Independence in 1949, more than three hundred thousand Indonesian immigrant and Indonesian Dutch of mixed origin came to the Netherland, started a new life in the cold country from tropical paradise, they tried to re-adjust their own culture, and they brought Indonesian cuisine with them, introduced this cuisine into Dutch culture in Europe.

Episode 15: Delft Trip or Rondvaart Delft

've finally been to Delft before I left The Netherlands, yes, I didn't spend much time there ,even though it was just my quick visit in Delft, at least, I'm satisfied enough I already step my feet in an inspiring city for famous Dutch painter in 17 century named Vermeer. I wrote an essay about him on my Survey of Art subject years ago, it was the first time I admire his girl with pearl earing painting. Vermeer is known as the master of light, with its camera obscura method of painting in positioning composition and perspective effect . An

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