The Travel Cravings before Your Trip

Preferentially by any circumstances, the minor modification of my blog which presently displays the next milestone of my trip constantly caught my attention (take a look at the main sidebar). Nearly in 2 months time, my next trip to Bali, Indonesia started to exhilarate my adrenaline of excitement; the similar kind of feeling that I had before my last trip to Boracay, Philippines early this year.

As lunatic as it may seem, I have indeed booked another flight ticket to Bali, a week after I returned to home from Philippines. I believe most of you can relate to this eagerness of feeling to extend another vacation from a recent vacation. Notwithstanding, I was fortunate to get the best flight deal during that period.

While writing this post, ‘Eat Pray Love‘ is running in my mind.

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Months in Review: July 2013

July is all about the ‘Ramadan’ month where Muslims (including myself) were fasting during the daylight hours from dawn to sunset. To be exact, the first day of fasting was on 10-July. That also meant lesser sleeping hours for me, where I usually woke up at 5:00 AM for ‘sahur’ (to consume early meal before fasting), go to work, ‘iftar’ (break fasting) at around 7:30 PM, settling all household matters, prayers, emails, watching recorded TV series and go to bed mostly at midnight, around 1:00 AM.

And it wasn’t just about fasting, here’s the journey of July.

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Months in Review: March 2013

Reading latest Lonely Planet Euro Edition while enjoying the Famous Amos Almond Dark Chocolate Muffin Top. The kind of life I wanted.

As a matter of fact, March wasn’t literally a great month for me, and my family. In spite of being the longest month of working (solid, full days without a single Public Holiday), many hateful incidents happened, and most of my plan didn’t go as well as I expected.

Blowing Your Brain Fuse with Debts.

  • Credit Card – Terminating one of the zombie cards by my birthday this year. I still have another 8 months to accomplish. That’s the main reason why I said it was a haunted debt, and March made it clearer by ruining my plan. I eventually used the card to purchase something expensive. You may discover what was it by the end of this post.
  • Saving and Other Income – Strangely, I couldn’t afford to allocate time to advance my research. If you’ve read about my Feb reviews, you’ll perceive about the stagnant income stories. Saving? Another 50 bucks and coins collected for the third month. Good thing.

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Months in Review: February 2013

The short Valentine’s month. It was a less productive month for me (blame all the Public Holidays), however it was such an amazing month, for Coffee and The Sky was born on 10-Feb-13. Simultaneously, 10-Feb was also my 1st Anniversary, which sums up together becoming the greatest month. Mood was still leaning towards the excitement of fulfilling my 2013 Manifesto.

Flashback to Mr. February? Here it goes.

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