I had a chance to visit Bali twice within a few months. Lebaran Family Trip First was during the Lebaran holiday, in which I can absolutely say no to all my work. With my wife, son, and mom-in-law, we spent 4 days of colorful vacation in Bali. Considering our 23 months old boy Desmond, we… Continue reading Bali Back to Back
Kuala Lumpur and Asian 5 Nations
After a very long time, I finally had a chance to travel again. This time, was for Kuala Lumpur. My brother had the privilege to be the captain for Indonesia’s rugby team participating in HSBC Asian 5 Nations Rugby tournament. My dad was very excited to watch him playing, so he asked me and my… Continue reading Kuala Lumpur and Asian 5 Nations
Be Amazed in Beijing!
Journey to Beijing It was Sunday afternoon at home, when I watched the Singapore Open 2010 final. Indonesia’s Sony Dwi Kuncoro played against Thailand’s Boonsak. It was a tough match for both, but in the end Sony won the game and took the championship. As an Indonesian I am proud of him winning the game.… Continue reading Be Amazed in Beijing!
Indonesia Trip (Part 2)
(continued from http://pascalalfadian.blogspot.com/2010/01/indonesia-trip-part-1.html) Indonesians don’t really like to take public bus for inter-city travel, unless they want to save money. Instead, private companies sell services to transport people from one city to another using minivans. Very similar concept with public buses, only better. And more expensive. Locally they are simply called travel. I took one… Continue reading Indonesia Trip (Part 2)
Johor Trip 2009: The Zon
The clock showed 10.40 am, and I was sitting inside the examination room at NUS. I was doing the last exam of this semester, for the subject “Network Security and Management”. I saw several people had come out, it seemed easy. Myself, I’ve answered all questions, but was not having 100% assurance they would satisfy… Continue reading Johor Trip 2009: The Zon
In contrary to popular belief, going to Johor Bahru from Singapore is inexpensive and hassle-free for Indonesians (and other ASEAN countries nationality). To go there, you can take a bus from either Jurong East, Kranji, or Woodlands MRT. I usually take SBS170 from Kranji. The price is around $1 per ride. Expect some congestion in… Continue reading Johor Bahru