For Indonesians, tourist visas to Israel are only available for group travel through travel agencies for pilgrimage purposes. It’s not easy to get a visa, because the two countries maintain no formal diplomatic ties.Continue reading “LESSONS FROM ISRAEL TRIP”
Entering 2020, the world is fighting the corona virus outbreak. Globally, the virus has infected more than 34,400 people, 724 have died.Continue reading “IT SPREADS FASTER THAN THE VIRUS”
RAINBOW PROJECT IN KUPANG INDONESIAContinue reading “I NEED YOUR HELP TO PROVIDE SHOES FOR THESE CHILDREN.”
Last week was tough.
I got a heart breaking email, a young lady who is a wife and a mother, passed away from complications caused by DIPG.
I read on the Facebook DIPG community how many are dying so young, going so soon.Continue reading “CHANCE AND COURAGE”
I cooked this for dinner yesterday for the first time and Tobias told me that this is up there with his favourite dishes.
So, your family and friends are going to love this!Continue reading “SIMPLE VEGAN MAPO TOFU”
One morning as usual we were drinking tea and listening to the radio. News reported the current world’s affairs, including ‘megxit’ (Harry and Meghan decided to quit the Royal Family). Apparently being a senior member of British Royal Family is not their happy place to be.Continue reading “MY HAPPY PLACE”
A BELATED HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL!
Apologies for the delay in posting, I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas & New Year.
I got back home a few days ago from my Seoul trip. This morning, finally I completely overcame my jet lag. And, I’ve got a story to share.Continue reading “ONCE UPON A TIME IN SEOUL”
A week ago, I was sitting on a train to Munich.
The train was busy, so Tobias and me were seated separately.
I was extremely tired from traveling and had not had enough sleep.
As I glanced out of the window, I happened to see my reflection in the glass window, a tired face.
When I turn back to stories I’ve written, Tobias was always there in my story. He is the story of my life.Continue reading “ASK TOBIAS ANYTHING”
One morning last week, I was on the train to home from Frankfurt airport, it was filled with people. A few rows behind me sat a woman with her young son.
There was something about that boy. Those who heard him frowned and glanced at him. Something telling them that they’ve never seen the likes of him before.Continue reading “WALK WITH ME”