So what should I feel now? My drafts from my travels since Iceland are still drafts. I thought this August I will be more motivated to do some writing but, I ended up being busy meeting friends, and being a couch potato at the same time (netflix and chill they say!).. I'm not a fan … Continue reading Morning commute, my last Sunday in Philippines
a pause from my travelling notes. at the moment, i am listening to Josh Groban's song "To where you are" and at the same time, like all other times.. i think about you. i'm being unfair to feel the need of reaching you whenever I feel this way. it would be nice if i can … Continue reading to where you are, can I come?
DISCLAIMER: this post is based on my experience. i do not claim that everything that i wrote here is true and applicable to everyone, it's still case to case basis 🙂 okay! so many have asked, how did I apply for my scholarship? Erasmus Mundus Program is created by the European Union to invite international students, … Continue reading Erasmus scholarship FAQs and other stuff, Re: IELTS
My featured photo was taken January 2015. Three years have passed since I started working abroad. My world changed from then on.. and now it is more complex and wider unlike before. You cannot really say what will happen in 10 years. But, I'm glad that even my plans didn't go as what I wanted, … Continue reading why I left Singapore.
To end in a positive note each year was always my goal, but it seems that every year, I grow and learn more that things will never go my way the way I want it, and too much trying can only lead to disappointments and unsatisfaction because expectations are always greater than what can be … Continue reading where I am now – transitions, struggles, achievements, and other random thoughts.
Indonesia!! I finally managed to visit it after struggling for many months to get a cheap flight. Just like in Cambodia, I think the odds were in my favour for having the trips with less expensive flights before I left my work Singapore. Fortunately, in those 4 months before I left Sg, I reunited with … Continue reading That surreal feeling at Yogyakarta! (Indonesia Part1)