Café Rouge in Canterbury

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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”

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Peak District: Switzerland in England?

Dari beberapa tujuan wisata alam di Inggris ada yang wajib dikunjungi mulai dari Lake District di Cumbria, Cairngorm di Skotlandia, Snowdonia di Wales dan Peak District di Derbyshire yang acapkali disebut sebagai Swiss di Inggris. Continue reading “Peak District: Switzerland in England?”

All about Canterbury: The Pros and Cons

I moved here after dreaming of studying at DICE, University for quite some time. This is kinda my reflection after almost half a year lives in the UK in particular in Canterbury. Continue reading “All about Canterbury: The Pros and Cons”

The Northern Ireland (3): The Ring of Gullion

The Ring of Gullion Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (OANB) is located in the Northern Island near the border of Republic of Ireland. I had the privilege (probably) become the first Indonesian who climbed this magnificent area.

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The Northern Ireland (2): Belfast City

Belfast, the city with red bricks, terracota colour, titanic city, the troubles, old pubs around the corner and many more. Strolling across this city make you think is this England?

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The Northern Island (1): Gleen Ariff Forest Park and surroundings

One thing about Northern Ireland, The Land of Game of Thrones. The East Coast, in particular, Gleen Ariff is surely beautiful and very refreshing. I was here during Chrismas break to visit my old friend, Dave Tosh, wandering around the hills, farmlands and abandoned castle.

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