On the Street… St Vincents Plaza, Melbourne

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Often when I run into someone on the street I like to watch them for a few minutes before I say “Hi” to see if I can catch them in a natural unguarded  moment. It’s in those moments… Continue Reading

Visiting Autonomy Emporium

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – This day, we bring you to Autonomy Emporium to find balance in our life. Welcome To Autonomy Brave New World … Where Autonomy is for one, but its power can be shared by all. Blending high quality with… Continue Reading

The Floresian Expression

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Notice how different the style and pattern is from the Floresian grandpas. Eeeek… I love their wooden-hats! Does a government have a responsibility to preserve some cultural identity or is it more important to prepare the indigenous for… Continue Reading

Black Adilette Slides From Adidas

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – I picked up a new pair of pretty classic slides sandals from Adidas originals lifestyle shoes. I was looking for a pair that would “go with everything” and these managed to win the sandal unisex of style, comfort… Continue Reading

True Travel Style Never Dies

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hello travel junkies! This day, we bring you to the red Australia post box at Harbourtown, Perth – Western Australia. To me, clothing is a form of self-expression – there are hints about who you are in what… Continue Reading

On the Street… Claremont Quarter, Perth

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hi travel junkies! This day, we bring you to Claremont Quarter, Perth – Western Australia. It’s nice to still be surprised by someone’s unique look. In this period of overstyled “It Boy with Dogs” someone marching to their… Continue Reading

The Travel Junkie Modern Classics in Vietnam

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Kisses from Saigon…. Here are some of my favourite trends this Vietnam trip! In fact, I see them more as my modern classics now, as I have happily adopted them into my fashion repertoire and they are here… Continue Reading

Beautiful Laga Handbags For Travel Junkies

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hi travel junkies! I found this amazing Laga Handbags — handmade in Aceh, Indonesia by women who survived the tsunami that took the lives of over 285,000 people. The handbags are sewn on pedal-driven, non-electric treadle machines. Each… Continue Reading