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And They Lived Happily Ever After


As I stated on my previous post, I just got back from such an unforgettable trip for my best friend, Jane's, wedding. Let me tell you that the wedding was sooooooo fairy-tale like and what made me sad is that it made me want to attend my own wedding too (which is clearly still unclear when it will become reality LOL).

The wedding took place at Ayana Resort, one of Bali's most famous luxury resorts and it has also been very popular for wedding venues among Indonesians also foreigners. I swear the view of the hotel was very pretty and I heard that their service was really good too. Anyway, here are some pictures that we took at Bali. I won't be leaking too many of the wedding pictures since I'll have to let the pretty newlywed hostess to tell the story of her life to you guys.

PS. Photo credit goes to the owner. Some are from my camera, some from Jane's, some from the wedding photographers'.


To my very best friend, Jane. Again I wanted to tell you that I am very grateful for being able to be a part of your fairy-tale-like wedding. The days before and when you started dating, even until the very time you stood at the aisle of the church with the love of your life, I was able to witness all of them and I am thankful that I got to know such beautiful couple like you are.

I hope that for the next steps that you're going to take in your life, you'll always be happy because you already have someone to walk with the rest of your life, and I am joyful to know it. I am thankful that God has sent you such a good man that I know will treat you well (if he doesn't please tell me and I'll help you to kick his ass LOL). 

Also, thank you for the awesome trip, for the new friends you introduced me too, I hope that we'll be best friends for life and let's grow together to be "ayi-ayi gaul" and even "amah-amah gahoel", shall we? Enjoy your new life as a "wifey" and I hope that every day of your life will be filled with joy and blessings. I love you, best friend 

Beijing 798 Art Zone


Yay finally got the chance and time to post about this. I was on a working trip to Shanghai for an exhibition, so I decided to spare some time to fly to Beijing and meet Claudia there. Though it was only for two days, but it was definitely a good time I spent.

After a (free!) Beijing Roasted Duck culinary adventure on my first day, Claudia took me to one of Beijing's art district so called 798 Art District (798艺术区). It has several art galleries inside and of course some photogenic spots where we can take "Instagram-worthy" pictures (read: by that I meant taking pictures with any walls we saw).


After strolling around, of course the thing to do next was to stuff our stomach with some good food, so did we stop at a nice café called Flat White. We ordered pizza and carrot cake for the two of us and to me the taste was pretty decent.


Even though this trip belongs to quite a short one, but I felt really happy to be able to visit new places and spend some time with a good friend. One thing that made me happy is that I got to make blog post like this again, it's been too long since the last time! I (again) hope that I'll be able to post more often from this time on LOL.

Anyway, these days have been so exciting for me since I just got back from a(nother) trip from Bali for my best friend's (Jane!!) super beautiful wedding! I wish I'd be able to make another post about it again since it was such an unforgettable trip and I can't wait to share it on the blog. Soooooo I guess until next time then?