Let’s Take a Walk to Taman Bhagawan

Dear friends, it looks like that I have to re-arrange all my posts in this blog. Since I’m on and off due to traveling and working, so forgive me, if the story line is going to be back and forth.

This time, I’d like to share a little about my afternoon beach walk in Tanjung Benoa, Bali.

We were invited for beach dinner and it was lovely. Taman Bhagawan management were very friendly and lovely people. Really nice to meet them. And we’re really thankful that we were invited.

Enjoy these few shots I got. Who can take photos during dinner anyway, right?


Sea and Sunrise

I am not morning person.

I always dislike to wake up early.

But, I don’t want to miss these breathtaking scenery and face tomorrow with tons of regrets.

I wanted to do morning run. But, I made some stops that I can not waste. The view was just to precious not to shot.
Try different angle to get the view of Agung and Batur far away.
I just want to try other colors to get a unique impression of landscape photo. And I like it. A LOT!


From Bali To Java

Late post from my trip crossing half of the island. Starting from Sanur and then flew to Yogyakarta. 😀 Part of the job, but it was a blessing for me. See and know many things without paying anything.

Visiting Yogyakarta, Magelang for Borobudur Temple, Candi Rejo Village, Solo, Prambanan Temple, took train to Mojokerto, afterward with car to Tengger Highland and to Bromo Volcano and ended with climbing Ijen volcano.

More photos will be uploaded later and share a little stories inside each photo.


First Rafting In My Life

Happy. Once again touched the nature. Relaxing and away from work.  Hang out with co-workers feels so good. Loud laughs everywhere along the way to the finish. Even since warming up before starting. Lol. I heard from colleague that our team were the loudest from all the participants from other travel agencies and hotels. Well, as far as I know until this second, I work with cheerful people and feel blessed for it.

Anyway, this rafting competition was held to celebrate Kartini Day. She was a Javanese, a wife and the emancipator in Indonesia. That was why all the participants were WOMEN! 😀