Long before our wedding day, we’ve been planning for our short honeymoon trip to Australia before the real honeymoon (or should I say honey-year?) starts on 2018.
So the plan is, we’ll go to Darwin and do a road trip from there all the way to Sydney together with Adam & Susan. Then we’ll spend a couple of days in Sydney before we go back to Indonesia. Now we’re still waiting for our tourist visa application which hopefully will be issued next week.
I’ve been trying to live healthier these days. Not only that Fred and I didn’t get to eat out that often anymore, but we also try to avoid eating junk food (that includes my favorite Samyang and Indomie), or any other kind of processed food. That means, say goodbye to our favorite KFC! 😦 And, we try to opt for the natural ingredients whenever possible.
Ubud. It’s one of my favorite area in Bali. It’s green, surrounded by beautiful rice paddies and lush jungles, it’s very noticeably different compared to the other part of Bali. There are no blue beaches here. Only green surroundings. I really love the natural vibe here in Ubud, it’s really charming in its own way. I didn’t get the chance to stay in Ubud for a long period of time. But if I’m given one, I’ll definitely start digging what Ubud has to offer.
This article is written based on my previous experience when exploring Ubud. If you have any other tips or any other cool places that you think I would love to visit next time, please please please share them in the comment box down below! I’d love to go somewhere new.
The wait is over, Daniel Wellington just released its new product this month. And now I’m in love with it. Welcoming Classic Petite to the collection!
The new classic design looks completely different with their other products. It got the contemporary look with the new mesh strap! It’s 32mm in diameter which I think suits my wrist really well! It doesn’t look bulky and it doesn’t look too small. This will be my new best friend from now on. In fact, I’ve been wearing it almost every day right now.
Lately, I’ve been thinking that I used to be so afraid of letting others know what I’m thinking or about my opinion of certain things. So that’s why most of the time I write them on my diary and later blog instead. I was afraid of being judged. Sometimes I still am. I was afraid of having opponents. I was afraid that I would sound stupid. Then I started thinking, why should I be so?
This is not my usual post on this blog. But, I gotta let this all out before I destroy my own wedding dress, seriously. I’m overwhelmed, and not in a good way. Well, actually I can’t destroy it. I rent it so they won’t give my deposit back if I do so. Oh, money… why are you so wasted.
And yes friends, we are having a reception by the end of March. Although both of us strongly refused to have one, for one reason and another, we still can’t completely avoid it. It’s a long story.
You know that one thing I love about Singapore? It’s that it is super friendly for tourists! Getting around is so easy, there are maps for local attractions, you won’t feel like a lost traveler, lol. That’s actually why Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destination in Asia. Oh, if by any chance, you’ve never been here before, there are some info about the country that we think is nice for you to know.