This post is more likely for nostalgia. I do remember walking through this area at High Street in Canterbury and then have Latte or English Breakfast tea while working on my work at Café Rouge. Today I am back to my routines in Bogor, working from 9 to 5, and get back in touch with my family in Bandung for the last 3 weeks. Many people asked how it feels back home. My answer would be pretty much the same I reckon, “not too bad”. I guess it because I have been being a nomad for the last 5 years. Continue reading “Café Rouge in Canterbury”
This castle is dubbed as the Loveliest Castle in the world. However, don’t get it wrong as it is NOT located in Leeds. This castle is located at Maidstone of Kent County. I visited this beautiful castle as part of University of Kent’s welcome week event. Besides entering the castle, you could visit the nearest falconry, get lost with your friends at the maze and find your exit through the beautiful underworld grotto. Continue reading “The Leeds Castle”
We visited Wildwood as part of the welcome week for new MSc Student in Conservation pathway. Absolutely worth to visit if you want to find out more about conservation work in the UK. They have plenty native UK and European animals to see with available guide and information board.
A must visit place while in Canterbury that you need to visit either you are religious or not at all. It is the most important centres of pilgrimage in Medieval England. The first advent is very recommended time if you want to make your visit to this Catholic Anglican/Church of England (CoE). Please make sure you check their website for any important events.Continue reading “The Canterbury Cathedral”