This is not actually a street, but lots of people go through this rail road from dusk til dawn. It’s from one of the most packed stations in this country, Yogyakarta.
We arrived at 6 AM and was greeted by this lovely warm sunlight. It was so pretty that it cheered us up after an 8-hour train ride. The air was breezy in contrast to the warmth, noting us it will be a beautiful day ahead.
It’s a good start for a very much needed vacation. I’m hopeful for this one and too excited to write anything longer than this.
#developingyoureye #travel #indonesia #yogyakarta
A small space with lots of greenery. I’m lucky enough to have this view everytime I need to relax and unwind.
Living in the nation’s capital, every year the green area that are free to the public eye becomes less and less. With all the development and infrastructure, the city is getting packed with humans and concrete. Everything is growing here, economy, pollution, population, you name it.
It’s a good sign for a developing country. However, I cannot deny that the city is not the ideal place to clear out your mind considering the hustle and bustle all around.
But home is home. And mine is nestled inside our nation’s growing concrete jungle. I will not trade this place for another. I want to grow old if God is willing.
Happy weekend 😉
Listening to : Novo Amor – Weather
Lets start with……….Hello!
I have no idea when will you get this. The post office said, around 1 – 3 months!
FYI, this is one of my 2015 resolution. Reconnect with postcards. I’m so excited with this.
Honestly, up to Jan 4th 2015, I’ve forgotten your existence. Isn’t that mean? I still have no clue how to keep up with all the people around me. I want to defy distance and hour (difference).
After that day, I kept reminiscing the old times. We grew up together. Distance shouldn’t keep us apart! My feelings are more important than the fact we’re 10,620 miles apart and its saying it misses you….
So I’m gonna keep up with you………would you do the same too?
A blue cap and a plaid shirt
Glasses and hair well trimmed
Cups of coffee with the family
While classical music plays along the drizzling rain
A friend of mine not so long ago enlightened me with the topic of “change”. We are aware that change is never an easy process, nor it is instant. It takes commitment and determination and no shortfall of patience, but most definitely it takes time.
Change in every aspect also requires a somewhat hefty investment. Let it be financial, men power, machineries, or as simple emotion. So when we could deduce that change is not something to be taken lightly, do we remember to resound that to ourselves?
#change #quote #foodforthought
After 3-4 rounds getting lost in Armenian St., we definitely deserve this. Jackfruit & Gula Melaka! – at The Mugshot
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