This is a story about me first, not doing enough research about the country, then, running out of money, getting robbed - losing all of my belongings (everything, including my passport) and finally, being sent home because of the missing passport. Pretty intense, right?. Did I suddenly got all the bad luck? No, I wouldn’t say so. It was all only my fault. I
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Granada, the Andalusian capital. The little town where you wander the stretchy white streets and hear the music in every corner! The town where you watch people dancing flamenco, juggling, and doing many weird things the whole day, and never get bored. You can even join them! Though first, you need to notice them and appreciate them. Believe me. Sometimes, this could take a while…
Have you ever heard of the one weird, little, tiny island that looks like a paradise? Like an island from a fairytale that belongs to one of those few islands where you can still experience the off grid way of living? Yes, yes my friends you hear me! The island with long, precious, lonely beaches, dense jungle, and no roads. The one place where the
Let's think! What is the worst situation that you can imagine that could happen? Except for the health problems of course. Well to me, it is getting broke and being totally homeless. Especially when you travel. I am a firm believer that you don't need lots of money to travel. However, what is the point of traveling if you can not buy anything? Not even
Ramadaan! One of the biggest and the most important festivities in all Muslim countries including Indonesia. 40 days of concentrating on your faith by not eating meat, not partying and juust relaxing… When I arrived in Bali, I had no idea that you can actually find Muslims in here. Not to mention what Ramadan is haha! Wasn’t Bali supposed to be Hindu only? Well, apparently
Bali, a place to be! Home of surfers, backpackers, yogis and also people looking for a luxurious holiday for a cheap price. Besides all of its crowdedness, still worth to visit! To not to be a typical tourist, I tried it in a local way .) If you come to Bali, you 're probably going to stay in hotel or hostel. Of course, hostels are great,