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  • C'est bien Paris!

    It was my third day in Paris and I felt only 20% better but the show must go on. I have planned to go to Sacre Cœur Cathedral because I regret not going there in 2012. I did not even know about this spot before seeing my friend's photograph. However, the track was...

    0 by Putu Putri Indira, 11 months ago
  • Childhood dream: Disneyland Paris and Val d'Europe

    After accomplishing my dream to go to Greece in 2012 which turned out just so-so, so did Disneyland Paris in 2018. From our hotel in Gare du Nord, we took a RER E in the direction of Tournan, then change to RER A at Val de Fontenay in the direction of Marne La Valle –...

    2 by Putu Putri Indira, 11 months ago
  • Belgium: Huy, Chapon-Seraing and Brussels

    Bonjour à tous! I used to live in a Belgian local family thanks to an exchange program called AFS (American Field Service). It is adressed for senior high school students all over the world to have 10-12 months exchange experience living with local families and go to...

    1 by Putu Putri Indira, 11 months ago
  • Japan part 5: Hogwarts at Universal Studio Japan, Osaka

    The route from Kyoto to Universal Studio Japan, Osaka is quite complicated guys, I was kind of tired because of the trip. It was maybe around 2 hours, fortunately we were helped by a high school girl who wanted to go to college, because the platform numbers were so...

    1 by Putu Putri Indira, 11 months ago
  • Japan part 4: Kyoto

    Konnichiwa, people!  Today we are going to explore Kyoto! I'm so excited. So after taking a shower, we went to the bus pool which is right in front of Kyoto Central Station. Inside the station there was a bakery, and the ticket turned out to be a one-day pass. This bus...

    1 by Putu Putri Indira, 11 months ago
  • Japan part 3: Shibuya and Akihabara

    The days in Japan were not like holidays, it gave me the feeling that I was the part of the citizens. I am in love with all their tidiness and orderliness without any loss of creativity madness. Today we tended to be more relaxed, because we want to save energy for...

    0 by Putu Putri Indira, 11 months ago
  • Japan part 2: Gotemba premium outlet, rich enough ?

    This morning we had to get up earlier because we were heading to Gotemba Premium Outlet located in Gotemba, Shizouka. To be honest, I was not really interested in going there, because it was far and only consists of expensive outlets that might be unaffordable and a...

    0 by Putu Putri Indira, 11 months ago
  • Japan part 1: Tokyo

    Going to Japan was one of my main goals, at that time it was still very ambitious to go to Japan using my own savings. Why Japan ? One day my mom said Japan will really suit me and my life style which tends to be organized and kind of clean. Some friends and instagram...

    1 by Putu Putri Indira, one year ago
  • Indonesian Archipelago Series-5: Komodo Island

    My last posts kind of broadened your options about places to visit in Indonesia besides Bali. This time, Komodo island, is literally a must-visited destination but… it will also depend on the upcoming Indonesian government decision to fully open or close these islands...

    2 by Putu Putri Indira, one year ago
  • Indonesian Archipelago Series-4: City of Heroes, Cok!

    I was born in the city of heroes: Surabaya. Why is it called so? Surabaya is a home for local heroes fighting for the English soldiers who wanted to threaten Indonesian Independence back in the 40s. Also here, the famous phenomenon where they torn off Dutch flag:...

    0 by Putu Putri Indira, one year ago
  • Indonesian Archipelago Series-3: Majestic Lake Toba

    Horas again!  Before my trip from Medan to Parapat, I had a lovely breakfast with my father: Soto Medan. It is basically chicken soup with lots of spices, coconut milk and rice. The best combo of this curry is the fried potato balls. Here, we eat heavy and warm food...

    2 by Putu Putri Indira, one year ago
  • Indonesian Archipelago Series-2: Horas, Medan!!!

    Horas! Horas means salutation in Batak Toba language, a race from North Sumatra, Indonesia. It is supposed to be said with a powerful and cheerful manners (as far as I see). I know it has been thousands of years that I do not write due to my moving to Enschede, NL this...

    0 by Putu Putri Indira, one year ago

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