Traveling never been this good! I was on vacation few days before Ied (on July 2015). Me and my whole family went to Bromo!

The beautiful Bromo view <3

We stayed at a very nice hotel called ‘Java Banana’. FYI, this is the hotel they use every year for the event called ‘Jazz gunung’. It was such a very very very beautiful hotel! It was quiet and very relaxing. We only stayed for two days one night. But it is enough for a pleasing short vacay.

The nice weather meets the nice view

One of the hotel's bungalow

Having brother-sister bonding time

Afternoon snacks and tea-time!

On our first day of staying, we didn’t do much because we arrived at noon. We were just relaxing in our rooms and strolling around the hotel to take some photos. The next day, we woke up very early at 3 AM to go on a tour called ‘sunrise tour’. We went there by a jeep and it was sooooo freaking cold. I wore two t-shirts and covered them with a soft yellow knitted sweater, plus a thick shawl, and it was still very cold.

Soft yellow knitted sweater by Sweap Knitwear

We enjoyed catching sunrise at the top of the hiking track. But unfortunately it was so crowded so there wasn’t any good picture of the sunrise :( After that, we got to a tour to the Mount Bromo itself. We can walk or ride a horse to get to the top of the mountain. There were so many stairs, but it all paid off after we reached the top and enjoyed all the beautiful view!

They love taking jump-shots!

Sadly we couldn’t stay long enough because we had to get back to the hotel and continue our journey to Bondowoso to celebrate Ied (the next day).

Over all, it was a very pleasing holiday, with a very cold weather but a very warm greeting from Bromo :)

Hello people! Thanks for keep reading my blog, since I haven’t got many time to post anything within’ last few months because I was out of town to do some researches for my thesis. I really really really hope you guys can wish me tons of lucks! There’s been a lot going on in last few months. I’m struggling with all these college-thingy and still keeping up with everything in social media and fashion industry.  I’m also planning on some major projects coming up very soon in my blog (hint: a lookbook!). 

By the way, last few months I was traveling around for vacation and for my thesis research. I was soooo held up and got many many things to do. But as the bonus, I get to meet my fellow high school friends from ages ago! The funny thing is they have been keeping up with my blog and asking me about my personal signature style and tips and tricks about fashion. It is lovely to know people noticing your efforts :)

Talking about personal style, my style is more like a lil bit edgy a lil bit feminine and a lil bit classic. Edgy means I like it fierce, I like combining styles in unusual and unexpected ways. I like stuffs that’s weird, unique, but also simple and go along with everything. Feminine means that I like everything girly, even when I wear sneakers, I match it with skirts or dresses. And when I wear boyfriend pants or oversized shirts, I match it with handbags and pointed shoes. And classic means that I love love love everything that timeless, and if I wear it 3 or 5 years later, it still matches everything and doesn’t look ‘so yesterday’.

If you ask me how to figure out your signature style, I’d say go for everything you like and feel comfortable in it. If you like it colorful, that’s okay. If you like it boyish, that’s okay. It’s about figuring out what style match your personality and what makes you feel beautiful, makes you feel comfortable, makes you feel ‘YOU’ :)

See you guys in the next post, I will be writing about my travel diaries to Bromo and Bali! <3
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