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Short Stories about Crossroads

1.Paris, FranceImagine waiting to cross the road in a city in France where of course French is the official language, but when you look to your left, someone is speaking in some language you don’t know (but definitely not French too), and on your right, someone else is also speaking in another language. And when […]

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Short Stories from Łazienki Park

1.—“There’s nothing to look at.. They haven’t filled the pond after winter.”“Too bad. We shouldn’t have met here—or in Poland, even. Everything is either too cold, or too grey.. Couldn’t even get a proper pink on my coat.”“I presume so.. But if it was not for this place, we might not even meet at all!”“But […]

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Palanga

It depends on every person, how they would like to think about their memories. Well, I probably won’t keep the bad ones for too long, but I guess the nice ones will stay (in what I imagine) .. as mental pendants. A kind of charm, that you can always hold again and reminds you of […]

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Berlin on a Tuesday

March 27, 2018. After 16 hours of sitting on an almost empty bus, mostly filled with Russian-speaking passengers (effectively nullifying me from any sort of linguistic comprehension during the entire ride), I finally stepped out at Berlin’s central bus station. “It is a vacation,” I assured myself. “It is my vacation.”

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How to Do Bjarke Ingels (BIG) Tour in Copenhagen Just Like YouTube’s ‘donotsettle’, But Without Bike (or Internet)

One can argue that Danish architect Bjarke Ingels is the Elon Musk of architecture: a modern-day risk-taker, challenging the boundaries of design with his firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) growing BIGger (heh) every year. Although his works are increasingly well-scattered around the planet, Copenhagen (the firm’s initial base camp) still places first as the city […]

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How to Get to Villa Savoye from Paris

If you are an architecture student/enthusiast and you somehow can make it to Paris for any reason, I strongly advise you to not forget that the most famous building in the world (of architecture students), and the father of all those pilotis you keep making in your designs (duh) is only an hour away in […]

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Things I Had in Mind During The Flight to Istanbul

Or, to make things more chronologically accurate, maybe the title should be Things I Had in Mind Before and After They Serve Me Food in The Flight to Istanbul, but that would be too long and I have spent substantial amount of time to type here instead on the title bar..

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Alone

Nggak tau sih ini post macam apa hehe. Selama ini, selalu terpatri di benak saya kalau di dunia ini, masing-masing dari kita itu sendirian. Kita datang kesini sendirian, dan akan meninggalkan tempat ini sendirian juga. Ya kali ada yang mau ngikut masuk liang lahat saat kita dikuburkan. Ada sih. Yang nurunin jenazah kita. Tapi kan […]

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How to Europe #1: Walk Quickly

Lituania. :O Negara yang baru, beda, dan asing, nggak cuma buat seorang Indonesia biasa seperti saya tapi juga bagi banyak maskapai penerbangan Asia, … karena nggak ada direct flight dari Jakarta kesana. Heu. Totalnya ada 4 penerbangan yang harus saya tempuh dari kota asal saya, Yogyakarta, untuk sampai ke ibukota Lituania, Vilnius: Yogyakarta – Jakarta, Jakarta […]