Summer Flounce

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Wander Lost

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Did 'running away' ever crossed your mind ? If the answer is yes, then you're a normal human being. And you better do it. 
I haven't moved on from my 5 months study (and mostly vacation) in UK, and I don't think that I ever will be. Since then, I always try to convince my friends to travel. But to travel is not just sleeping in a hotel, or do some shopping spree, or go to the most famous landmarks. To travel is to learn : get to know the people, wander off to places that noone has ever talked about it in trip advisor, sleep in a place you never thought of doing (e.g.: backpacker hostel). Always remember that every miserable things you've experienced during your trip, might turns out the most memorable thing in the whole trip. What is a holiday without great stories? 

I have been going to several places in Indonesia since I go back, haven't got the chance to post in online. Besides, I 'll never get enough of encouraging people to travel. 'Why didn't I write it and encourage more people?'. And so I do. 
Top - Topshop
Shirt (worn as outer) - Primark
Skirt - Omweekend

Thursday, May 28, 2015

2 AM

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2 AM is for the poets who can't sleep because their minds are alive with words for someone who's not there, for the alcoholic drinking themselves into amnesia for someone who left.
2 AM is not for the lovers asleep in each other's arms.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Come Out and Play

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Yes, I know the weather is a bitch lately in some countries. But in my country, the weather is always a beach (cept it's raining). It should be still a rainy season, but if you're lucky, the suns will be friendly and shines all day. And that, what happens today. So here I am, out and all smiles.

Cotswolds (Part 3)

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There's no other words to describe Bibury, our destination in our last day in Cotswolds, than 'tranquility'. Sadly, it was raining again, but we were getting used to it. So we opened our umbrella with smile.
Bibury was unexpectedly very touristy and small. We could do much more if it wasn't raining, so we just ended up taking 1 lap walk around the small area and ate fish and gelato afterwards.