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Hey Dwarfs!

Hey Dwarfs!

February is such a quiet month cause I haven’t post anything since. And oh, please don’t be bored that I will share about one more visit to limestone quarry. Actually there’s a bit difference because this place more like a fairyland for me. It’s called Bukit Jamur (Mushroom Hill) seems like dwarf house, isn’t it? Bukit Jamur located in the former limestone quarry in Bukit …

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Jeddih the Greenland

Jeddih the Greenland

As I said earlier about the general white limestone, Jeddih Limestone Mountain is one of them. The area is way bigger than Arosbaya but it’s located in the same town, Bangkalan, precisely in Jeddih village – Socah subdistrict. Jeddih become more popular because the access itself nearer from Suramadu Bridge (a bridge that connecting between Java island and Madura island) which means easier to reach. …

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Arosbaya Quarry Limestone

Arosbaya Quarry Limestone

One of the hidden attractions in East Java. Here patterned shades of reddish limestone, a bit different compared to the general white limestones. There are some areas can be explored, many sculptures which indirectly form exotic caves and passageways. These limestone hill is commonly called Pelalangan hill, located in Berbeluk village – Arosbaya subdistrict that can be reached within about 20 kilometers from the downtown …

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Best Aesthetic of Seoul

Best Aesthetic of Seoul

1. Dongdaemun Design Plaza The newest and most iconic landmark of the Korean design industry. Located at the centre of Dongdaemun area, the DDP will serve as a key venue for design-related shows and conferences, exhibitions, etc.   2. Ewha Womans University One of the most popular shopping district in Seoul. You will found Korean college student shopping area which is affordable and stylish, also …

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Greetings from South Korea

Greetings from South Korea

In 2009–when I was in high school, I found a good place called ORE. Guess, it was the first premium store in Surabaya that I really admire. I visited almost everyday, since it’s very close from my school. By the time, after I graduated and went to a college, I met Rama Dicandra–a good friend who introduced me to the Founder, Alek Kowalski and I …

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