Postcards From Solo Sekaten – I have some very exciting postcards to share! January 2013, we visited Sekaten, Solo, Central Java, to meet one of the few remaining traditional playgrounds. Sekaten is a celebration by the Javanese community to commemorate the birthday or… Continue Reading

A Hug in A Bowl: Timlo Solo – Last week, I was invited to lunch at Warung Makan Timlo Sasro 2, a traditional Javanese restaurant in Solo. Timlo is a famous soup in Solo. Timlo is special dish contains of chicken meat chopped into pieces, cooked… Continue Reading

Exquisite Ayam Goreng Kampung Mbak Mul – This week, my friends and I decided on something a bit more – CHEAP AND CHEERFUL. We went to a Javanese restaurant call Ayam Goreng Kampung Mbak Mul. It has been a favorite eating place of Fita Fito… Continue Reading

Pasar Gawok: The Javanese Traditional Market in Sukoharjo – This morning I woke up, looked out my window and OMG it was such a beautiful day! I love to travel like a local and share snapshots from traditional market. We were here, Pasar Gawok! Fita Fito brought… Continue Reading

[Book] 15 Reasons You Should Read ‘Centhini – Kekasih yang Tersembunyi’ – The Historical period of this story is approximately in 1630. Serat Centhini is an insertion of the larger chronicles namely Babad Tanah Jawi (The chronicles of Java). Here are 15 reasons you should read ‘Centhini – Kekasih yang… Continue Reading

Incredible Yoga on Borobudur Temple – Hi travel junkies, I have some fabulous new updates from Borobudur temple to share with you, where International Travel Bloggers spent much of last month. We woke up early and was out the door at 05.00am to go… Continue Reading

Keren Ann : The Best Musician – For the Travel Junkie, Keren Ann is the best musician. In this year, Keren Ann gave me more inspirations for travel around the world – countries meets oceans meets islands meets cultures. Melancholy, fresh familiarity, and a geography… Continue Reading

The Travel Junkie Moment in Karimunjawa National Park – Karimunjawa National Park is one of the six marine national parks in Indonesia and was among the first areas recognised as being important for conservation and marine biodiversity protection. The population of Karimunjawa District is 8,882,most of whom… Continue Reading