A Trip to Vinales

16.05.19 10:35 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

So... where were we? Oh yeah, we were in Cuba, trying to get the most out of our short trip. You know what (please read that in a thick British accent, it sounds much cuter. It should sound like this: yew no wo'?),  I thought as a famous vacation destination, the public system in Cuba must be t...

Moroccan Sahara Camel Trekking and Camping

13.02.18 10:22 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Until the year 2017, I have done camping TWICE in my entire life, you all. TWICE. Please note that this is actually some kind of grand achievements for me. I might seem like having a lot of savage manly traits in me, but deep down inside, I am a dainty, feminine lady. Spending nights in wilderness,...

Fes to Marrakech via Erg Chebbi Dunes - Part 1

06.02.18 11:21 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

I am sure that every one of us has been asked questions to which there is only one correct answer. Let say after a meal at a restaurant, the waiter comes to your table and ask if you would like a dessert, you say “yes”, no matter what you’ve had as a meal. “No” would be an appropriate response. Besi...


30.01.18 08:41 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

It was a dreadful afternoon when we visited Meknes, Fes' sister city. The sun was acting like my mom when she found out I broke her antique vase and hid the shattered pieces under the wardrobe: unforgiving. I was drenched in my own sweat like a pickled gherkin, I was constantly thirsty, and the dust...

Bravo, Jakarta!

26.01.18 10:56 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

I flew back to Indonesia on last November to see family and friends and it was a goddamn mess. Not the friends and family, they were as great as always. I mean if any of them are reading this which I am sure they're not because they think blogging is so yesterday but that’s okay, I love them an...

12 Charms of Fes

16.01.18 09:59 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Fez or Fes, in which both writings should be read as FeZZZ (with big and multiple z, because it is that exotic), is full of charm and memories, especially its medina. Whose memories? Everyone's and every soul's that has lived or visited this magical place. I kid you not, the medina dates back almost...


11.01.18 09:11 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

It was Wednesday and the temperature was “only” -8 Celcius (you know you have been in Quebec for too long when you think -8 C is rather comfortable). After being kept indoor since before the new year due to the polar vortex where the temperature plunged below -25 C, I was bored numb. Even Netflix co...

And Then We Got Scammed in Morocco, Thrice!

04.01.18 08:10 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Guys, I meant to pour down all the stories about Morocco before Christmas but it seems like it will never happen. Mostly because it’s too much snow Christmas season and all its glitters makes me want to write everything Christmas-y instead of everything Morocco-y like I am supposed to.

I was going t...

Things I do to Survive When It's Beyond -20 Celcius Outside

01.01.18 09:57 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Baby, it's cold outside... like cryogenic cold, and it doesn't seem like it is going to get warmer anytime soon. I mean, look at this weather forecast for the following 5 days, it is all minus two-digit celsius. If you think the number shown is awful, there is worse; the RealFeel® Celcius, because i...

Boxotel, Ultra-modern Hotel in Downtown Montreal

28.12.17 11:41 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Yes, I finally write a review of an hotel. I have never interested in writing hotel reviews before but this modern hotel in downtown Montreal was so extra, I just have to talk about it.So here it goes: