Yay! Akhirnya bisa nulis catatan perjalanan #HoneymoonJilidDua (Padahal yang jilid satu aja belum ditulis, duh).
Sebenarnya aku bingung banget gimana ceritainnya, soalnya road trip kami itu 3 minggu lamanya. Dan banyak banget yang pingin aku tulis! Kalau diringkas menjadi satu artikel, kok kayaknya banyak cerita yang dibuang yah, sayang.
Jadi akhirnya aku memutuskan untuk nulis cerita honeymoon kami per bagian, supaya lebih detil dan lengkap dan berasa feel nya – supaya kalian berasa seperti baca diary orang gitu! And then, at the end, aku bakal nulis itinerary lengkap & beberapa tips and trick (yang sampai sekarang masih aku kumpulkan) yang mungkin berguna untuk temen-temen semua. Gimana, sounds good? Iya-in aja yah.
We just got back from our trip to Singapore & Malaysia. Well, it’s actually been one month since our return. But as soon as we got home, I have been busy baking and decorating cakes. And Fred has been busy with his new project. So yes, January is a pretty crazy month. And now I’m glad that I’ll be able to take two months off from February to March to prepare our wedding. (I actually don’t know what else to prepare, but I just found it a good reason to take two months off, lol. It’s an acceptable reason for most people). That means I have more time to read books, update my blog, and cook some awesome dishes!
If you’ve been following my Instagram and Twitter, you might already noticed that recently I’ve been posting quite a few pictures which were taken using my new Smartphone.
Yes, it’s a brand new Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, which is claimed to be a super mid-range smartphone. That being said, this phone was built using Sony’s leading camera technology, great battery power management (mine last for about 2 days!), a beautiful waterproof sleek design (yes, ladies and gentlemen, it is a one damn waterproof smartphone and it looks just exactly like those Xperia Z series!) with an affordable price. If I’m not mistaken, it’s currently being sold at USD 399.
Last month, I was fortunate enough to be invited by Ara Hotel Gading Serpong for a 2D1N stay together with the other bloggers (Yenny, Soya, Aline, and Icha). The event itself was called “Blogger Familiarization Trip at AraHotel Gading Serpong”.
It was my first time going to Gading Serpong and the pleasant stay made my first time in Gading Serpong memorable. It was a very nice escape from the busy over-populated Jakarta!
It’s been ages since the last time I post something on the blog! Gosh, I’ve been busy (and lazy) lately. I found it SO HARD to put everything (effort, mood, etc etc etc) into one place and I just kept procrastinating on pretty much every thing. I HAD THE WORST WEEK, ever. And you know, the traffic in Jakarta really pisses me off, especially on Monday morning AND Friday evening. It’s just crazy. I don’t understand why people could live with this. Perhaps it’s time for me to go back to Bandung, eh? Or Jambi. Anywhere but here. There’s got to be another way.
ANYWAY, enough with the grumbling. So, for the sake of relieving my stressful mind, I went to Marche at Plaza Senayan for lunch during office hour.
I have a good (which is also a bad) news for you guys! I will be moving to Jakarta next week and will start working from there by March. It’s sad that I have to leave Bandung, for good. But, I’m also excited as the same time as I get to explore more foods in Jakarta. Weehee!
And by the way, speaking about Jakarta, I managed to go there last week just to set everything. Stuffs like where I’m gonna stay, how am I gonna make it to the office, and many other small things. Then on weekend, I went for dinner with my sister and cousins. We came across Tokyo Belly at Grand Indonesia right after movie time, just because…. everybody deserves good foods after a tiring week!
If there’s one particular food that I keep craving for, that would be Japanese Food – no need to think twice. So right after coming back home to Bandung after my short trip to Bali early this month (will write more about it later!), I went to Fukuzushi with @nakamajem, just for the sake of fulfilling my cravings.Lanjutkan membaca “Fukuzushi, Bandung”