Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Sumatera Barat Part 3: Secrets of Ambarita

Journey to Ambarita
We were on the becak motor for about 10 minutes, enjoying each and every sights caught by the glimpse of our eyes. Paddy fields were lined up along the narrow small streets where lots of motorcyclists were honking to one another. Either as a friendly sign or an adversarial reminder, I am not pretty sure. All I know, Samosir should be left the way it is today, because this is where I see nature has been preserved accordingly. Green land and blue sky. Simple combination isn't it?

Saturday, 5 January 2013

Sumatera Barat Part 2: King Sidabutar - Up Close & Personal

Parapat. Early in the morning.

Horas! Good Morning Parapat!
We woke up to the sound of the cockcrowing early in the morning. 


The last time I woke up to the sound of cockcrowing was 23 years ago, where we still had some chickens at the back of the house. It seemed that in Medan, the first ray of sunlight had been penetrating the earth even before the clock read 6:30 am. After Subuh prayer, we went out to witness the view of Lake Toba from our hotel. Sunrise and sunset are among things listed in my “must-do” list while traveling in a particular country.


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Lepas Ni Abang ke

1. New Zealand | South Island
2. London | UK

3. Solo & Jogjakarta | Indonesia

4. Surabaya (Semeru & Bromo)
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