Indonesia, Kalimantan, Travel

East Kalimantan Trip|Day 4/4 : Back home

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Last sunrise from Kalimantan

Finally, this will be the last post about East Kalimantan trip in April. 🙂 We had such a short sleep on the last night. We were overnight at Rumah Kedaung Guest House & Cafe. As we arrived there early in the morning, I couldn’t recognize that this place was actually beautiful! It has lots of plantation there. You know, very close to nature.

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Exterior from the main building

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Half outdoor breakfast area

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Interior from the main building where we took our breakfast buffet

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Our ‘messy’ room

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The other room opposite my room

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Goodbye East Kalimantan! Those were such a fun days & experiences!

 

Rumah Kedaung Guest House & Cafe

Jl. Kedaung, Borneo IV, Sei Bedungun, Tanjung Redeb, Berau, East Kalimantan

+62 82153266291

 

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Daily Life, Food

Green tea 抹茶

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I’ve been craving for green tea (抹茶, matcha) products recently. So these are some food that I’ve been ‘collecting’. ❤

Clockwise from top to bottom :

– Herborist Body Butter, Matcha Milk w/ Shea Butter

– Pejoy from Glico, love the matcha cream inside ❤

– Pocky, always my fav

– Kirkland Signature tea bag

– Vorjes Greentea Jasmine Latte

– Kinoko no san from Meiji, green tea mushroom biscuit

– Chocomory choc-o-bar, chocolate bar w/ green tea & rice cracker

– Chocomory choc-o-bites, matcha chocolate w/ almond

– Sencha tea bag from Yamamotoama

– Sunflower seeds from Rebo

– Caramel Corn from Tohato, matcha flavor

Are you matcha fans? Share with me your fav matcha products!

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Rooftop

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Rainy Evening

This was taken from my iphone 5s, sorry for the low quality due to low exposure.

Having a rooftop is always inside my wish list. It’s because I love just to stare far away and enjoying the view. Even, I think I could just stay there alone, think nothing while listening to chillin’ songs and sipping a cup of hot chocolate. Mmm..so relaxing. I felt that I’m lucky that I’m working in a shopping mall (especially in construction dept), so I could have a chance to sneak to the rooftop last night. Well actually because of Mr F ‘access card’. 😀

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Candid by Mr F, I was rubbing my eye actually

There were just two of us here, since some maintenance staffs went back home. I started to drizzle again when we walked around. This was the second time I came, my first was in the afternoon during lunch time.

While the inside the mall was crowded, it was very silent in the rooftop. I wanted to see the sunset, but we were too late. But I was happy that I still can see the pinkish sky even just for a while.

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Taken by Mr F from his phone

We left the rooftop when it starts to rain. Hopefully Mr F brought an umbrella, so we shared the umbrella. *feels so romantic :p

Oh, and it’s been more than a month since I cut my hair short after 5 years. 🙂

 

 

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Indonesia, Kalimantan, Travel

East Kalimantan Trip|Day 3/4 : Labuan Cermin

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Morning view behind our room

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Fried Rice for breakfast (fried rice, fish crackers ‘kerupuk’, cucumber, fried egg)

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our guesthouse

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The village situation

Here we are at Kecamatan Biduk Biduk!

The morning situation lifted up my fatigue from the long journey after around 6hours on the road. We arrived at 3AM the day after with tired face looked like zombies and all we thought were ‘BED~BED~BED~’ O_0

Woken up at 7AM, forced ourselves to take a shower and get ready for breakfast for another adventure! ^o^

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Indonesia, Kalimantan, Tanpa kategori, Travel

East Kalimantan Trip|Day2/4 : Kakaban Island

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Hello! So here I am, still talking about the trip from April.. (sry,been very very busy last month)

So Kakaban Island was the last island to be visited on that day. This island is famous with its stingless jellyfishes. When we arrived there, the island was surrounded by many dead corals at the seashores. It was impossible for us to walk by fin too and we decided to wear our slippers, actually mountain / hiking slippers are recommended. Continue reading

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