Sunset Point Amed

We were enjoying the sunset at Jemeluk Beach, overlooking the Mount Agung, it was indeed a great road trip...

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Bambu Indah

This is not an ad! We are not getting paid, instead we spent money... But it was worth it!

Bambu Indah is a jungle boutique hotel in Baung, Ubud - Bali. It's has small houses that are carefully curated by designers and long term residents of Bali, John Hardy. In 2005, eleven antique Javanese bridal homes were brought to Bali, restored, and decorated with the finest details. If you are looking to have a unique experience while being comforted by the luxury of a natural environment, this is the place! I am in a day trip of the pool and restaurant here, it is such a fantastic and serene day!

Perfect contemplation of life!


I am taking a bow... to all bloggers out there that still believe in blogging platform and taking it back to the roots, not consumed by instagram & twitter mainly...

thank you all for stopping by and viewing the post...

Royal Temple Mengwi: Pura Taman Ayun

The Royal Temple of Mengwi (Pura Taman Ayun), is one of the most important temples in Bali. Built in 1634 by a King of the Mengwi dynasty, this impressive complex stands on an island in a river, its inner temple surrounded by a moat. It's Balinese name Pura Taman Ayun literally means ‘Garden Temple in the Water’. Pura Taman Ayun was built as a series of garden terraces with courtyards on different levels. The entire complex was designed to symbolize the mythological home of the gods, Mount Meru, floating in the sea of eternity...

Pasar Bunga Malang (Malang' plants nursery)

The Pasar Bunga Malang or Malang Splindit Flower Market is the biggest flower market in Malang City. It is located in the middle of the city and can be easily accessible from the main road.
Situated on Jalan Brawijaya, west of Montana Hotel 1, South of Achmad Yani Mosque and adjacent to Bird Market, it is approximately walkable by 200 meters west of the Malang City Hall.

Sunday Market Sanur

I am back in Bali and following my routine nowadays. Back to reality is what the called it.
For those who do not know, one of my hobby is pottery. I made mostly functional pcs and to avoid hoarding my pcs, I gave away my ceramics and lately has been selling them in a Sunday Market....

Artotel Beach Club

And so this is how I spent the weekend... on the beach at the beach club and photo courtesy of my "your story" instagram... enjoy!


"True love is not a strong, fiery, impetuous passion. It is, on the contrary, an element calm and deep. It looks beyond mere externals, and is attracted by qualities alone. It is wise and discriminating, and its devotion is real and abiding." ~Ellen G. White

I just love this quotes, this time it is related to my "Randomly" post!

So, to those that have seen my randomly post before, would know that it is about many things that I heard, places I went, people I've met—that touched my life. I am striving to stay awake to be in the moment, soak on the smell, mentally captured what I saw and listens to the sound—snap I went to captured these moments as they come.
Enjoy the picture after the jump.

Jazz Traffic 2018

Jazz Traffic Festival is a live music jazz festival held in Surabaya city for 2 days (Saturday and Sunday) and it is annual! The lineup are always great and the fact I loved is that the musician are always on time! 

August Wedding

I got to attend the wedding of my nephew... it was such a great gathering and ceremony... love it!

Volendam, Netherlands

It is a good day here in Volendam, I don't have anything to say really. But if you want to read about the city; you can always read here from the last year I visited the place. 
Enjoy the pictures after the jump....

Helsinki, Finland

Touch down Helsinki, too bad it was just for 2 days (one night ūüė≠) here... I am running around Europe you guys, in less then a month! Facts and fun are more below,

Fisherman's Bastion, Budapest

Fisherman's Bastion (The Hal√°szb√°stya) is a terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style situated on the Buda bank of the Danube, on the Castle hill in Budapest, around Matthias Church. It was designed and built between 1895 and 1902 on the plans of Frigyes Schulek. Construction of the bastion destabilized the foundations of the neighboring 13th century Dominican Church which had to be pulled down. Between 1947–48, the son of Frigyes Schulek, J√°nos Schulek, conducted the other restoration project after its near destruction during World War II.

Its seven towers represent the seven Magyar tribes that settled in the Carpathian Basin in 895. From the towers and the terrace a panoramic view exists of Danube, Margaret Island, Pest to the east and the Gellért Hill.

The Buda side castle wall was protected by the fishermen's guild and this is the reason why it was called fishermen's Bastion. Other people say, it got the name from the part of the city, which lies beneath the tower. The guild of fishermen was responsible for defending this stretch of the city walls in the Middle Ages. It is a viewing terrace, with many stairs and walking paths.

A bronze statue of Stephen I of Hungary mounted on a horse, erected in 1906, can be seen between the Bastion and the Matthias Church. The pedestal was made by Alajos Stróbl, based on the plans of Frigyes Schulek, in Neo-Romanesque style, with episodes illustrating the King's life.

Castle Hill, Budapest

Castle Hill is a kilometre-long limestone plateau towering 170m above the Danube. It contains some of Budapest’s most important medieval monuments and museums, 
and is a Unesco World Heritage Site. 

This is probably the biggest post I have ever made, beware of loads of photos, enjoy the pictures!

Liberty Bridge, Budapest

The Liberty Bridge is 333.6 m in length and 20.1 m in width. The top of the four masts are decorated with large bronze statues of the Turul, a falcon-like bird, prominent in ancient Hungarian mythology.

St. Stephen's Basilica, Budapest

Today our route is basically within the Andrassy Avenue, we took the tram and start to walk towards St. Stephen's Basilica. It is a Roman Catholic basilica in Budapest. The name is to honor Stephen, the first King of Hungary (975–1038). 

It is told that Stephen's right hand is housed in the reliquary, it is said that his right hand is "incorruptible". St. Stephen was the sixth largest church building in Hungary before 1920 and now it is the third largest church building in present-day Hungary.