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What You Could Get In Ubud For $10 – From Taking Some Photos for the Gram to Pampering Yourself in the Heart of Bali

Back to the $10 series, everyone! 😀

And this time, we’re going to talk about a place that is so close yet so far from me. Why so?!

Well, in case you didn’t know, Bali is still on my bucket list of 30 things to do before turning 30 despite the fact that I’m actually living in Bandung, a city which literally only takes 2-hour flight to Bali.

Anyway, I’m planning out to go to Bali (after the last few attempts) for my 30th birthday in a few months. And just like everyone who’s heading to the island, Ubud is also one of the destinations that I’m planning to go during my first visit to Bali.

Now, now… Thanks to Cat from Walk My World, this week we’re gonna touch the topic about how you could spend your $10 in Ubud. Keep in mind that nowadays IDR is weakening towards the USD so there’s a chance you could even get more things around there at this time of the year. 😉

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Beauty on Borneo Trip: What I’ve Packed Beyond the Clothes to Borneo

Hello, everyone! 😀

So, today marks the first week I’ve been on the road in Borneo. I’m currently in Kuching, a city in Sarawak, the eastern part of Malaysia. My trip has been great so far, despite I had to deal with the heavy raining in some places that I visited. But overall, everything has been great for me.

As I made a poll a few weeks ago about whether I should post something about what I’ve packed for a month trip in Borneo and the response was positive, and now that I’ve got some time to kill after strolling around the city… Let me share with you what I’ve got!

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Cousins’ Short Getaway to Garut, West Java

Earlier this week, my cousins and I had a short getaway to Garut, a small town located around 1.5 hours from Bandung, my hometown.

There’s a saying that cousins are the very first friends we make, and they’re the only friends guaranteed to be there for the rest of our lives. Well, in my case, I’ve got Heri, the cousin that is closest to me as we practically grew up together.

Even nowadays when he lives at my parents’ house, I often joke that he will be the second in line when somebody need to dig my graveyard right after my brother. Yeah, my joke is that dark but well…

It was a real bummer that just a day before the day we planned out the trip to Garut, my cat has gone missing. I got mental breakdown but then the show must go on so I still went for the trip anyway.

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