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The hidden secret of green




A little while ago I took you to Damme, where the vibes of Summer – for me at least – started kicking off. Read More

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When black is part of Summer color




Nothing is more delightful to me in the past weekend than to see the blue sky displayed in the clear air, replacing the gray cloud and cold wind that made Summer a little bit cold for a couple of weeks. The sunny day at last approached Belgium’s sky. Read More

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Those moments – Travel photography




A vacation plan has made. You are so eager to welcome your departure date. After all, your luggage is ready, also your papers, including your passport if it needed to. Not to mention your ticket, of course. Basically, you  are more than ready. Read More

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Hot Baked Camembert for two or three




What to grab when you are not really into the mood of cooking, and all you have is a pack of Camembert and some vegetables? For me, it is simple, I turn to French baked Camembert cheese recipe. Read More

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BOROBUDUR TEMPLE, the largest Buddhist Temple in the world – Central Java Part 1



 The story begin…

Once upon a time there was a dynasty called Sailendra ruled the great plain     in the region of  Central Java (now is a province of Indonesia). The name of     Sailendra derived from the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit, which means     King of the Mountain.  Sailendra built the Borobudur temple, and it took 70 – 100  years before the construction of the temple completed under King Samaratunga.  Although the dynasty of Sailendra did not appear in history book as much as other famous  dynasties in ancient Indonesia, but their most remarkable legacy Borobudur  temple is the witness of the greatness of Sailendra dynasty and their  devotion to their believe. For centuries the magnificent temple abandoned, and  buried under the volcano dust and soil, until in 1814 British Lieutenant Governor on Java, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles discovered the site where the Borobudur temple located based on the information he got from the native Indonesians. Borobudur has since been undergoing several restorations with the major restoration happened in between 1975 – 1982 by the Indonesia government with the help from UNESCO. Following the restoration, Borobudur temple was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Back to the 60’s babe




I feel fascinated by the fact that the trend of 60’s and 70’s back to the arena of the fashion today. After all, fashion is like never ending cycle. The trends come and go following the evolution and revolution of the fashion world. Read More

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Indonesian spicy roast chicken




It has been a quite long time since I post about Indonesian recipe. Now for this post I would love to introduce you one of the recipes from more than a hundred Indonesian roast chicken recipes. Read More