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Wildlife Wednesday: Javan Rusa

Similar situation faced by the other wildlife animals, habitat of the Javan Rusa is limited due to human activity. Its population in the wild is considered vulnerable according to IUCN.

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Coral Polyps

Day 30 of Underwater Photo Challenge Corals are actually marine animals that made up of thousands of tiny animals called polyps. They bring colors and source of life to the […]

Feather Star Shrimp

Day 27 of Underwater Photo Challenge The shrimps live on a host feather star. They camouflage very well with their host and help the feather star cleaning their wastes. The […]

Raja Ampat ›

Wayag Islands Raja Ampat

Limestone islands in Wayag  (Raja Ampat, Indonesia) are not only amazing to view but also to dive into. The islands are uninhabited, and far from the closest mainland, Waigeo Island. My travel […]

Spain ›

City of Arts and Sciences Architecture

  In response to Daily Post Photo Challenge, I included four images of L’Àgora and Assut de l’Or Bridge in the Valencia’s City of Arts and Sciences complex that I […]

Lost in Gothic Quarter

I traveled with my mother on my second visit to Barcelona (Spain). We decided not to join any guided tours to explore the Gothic Quarter as I was convinced it […]

Barcelona: MNAC

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya or in its shorter name MNAC, is one of important museums in Spain. Located on Montjuïc Hill, a hill that overlooks the city landscape of […]

The Philippines ›

Sun Coral

Day 11 of Underwater Photo Challenge It’s like the sunflower of the sea 🙂 It is actually an animal!

Seahorse

Day Eight of Underwater Photo Challenge A unique species, and do you know that seahorse is monogamous and mate for life? The pictures were taken in Indonesia and the Philippines.

Review: Liquid Dumaguete Dive Resort

During our scuba diving holiday in Dauin (Dumaguete, the Philippines), Dutchie and I  stayed at Liquid Dumaguete Dive Resort. The location is secluded next to the beach, away from busy […]

Christmas Tree in the Tropical Sea

Fifth edition of Marine Life monthly post. Since it is almost Christmas, why not introducing a unique looking worm called Christmas Tree. It is a worm but it will not […]

Top Ten Indonesian Food to Try

Indonesia is an archipelago country that consists of more than 17,000 islands. Imagine if each island has its specialty dishes. The Indonesian cuisine has many offerings and is varied! However, there […]

Five Facts about Amsterdam vs. Rotterdam

Similar to several cities around the world, a rivalry between two cities in the Netherlands does exist: Amsterdam versus Rotterdam. The competition has been ongoing since the 13th century when […]

Panic Attack and Pufferfish

I have been scuba diving for five years in many dive sites, and some of them even considered as difficult ones because of strong current or having numerous sharks and […]

Jakarta..oh Jakarta…

I was born and lived in Jakarta (Indonesia) for nearly 25 years. Having been away from Jakarta for years and now living in its sister city, Rotterdam (the Netherlands), sadly, […]

Top Diving Destinations in Indonesia

Indonesia is huge, and as the largest archipelago country in the world, it is not easy to choose which island to visit especially when we have limited vacation time.  This […]