Midnight Travel in Dieng


  • Location

Dieng Plateau, Banjarnegara, Central Java Province

  • The team

YDXJ2684Faizhal (me), Brata, Vicky, Samsul, and Gilang

  • How to get there

If you use your own vehicle, you can just drive it from Wonosobo to Dieng. The sign and people will help you. If you choose public transport you can use mini bus and the price depends to each driver. Maybe Rp 15.000 – Rp 25.000, not sure about this because the last time I use public transport was 5 years ago.

  • The story

October. The rain comes down everyday in this month which makes most of people choose to stay at their house rather than go outside. Neither was we. Rain or not is always good to know something new. Continue reading

Ngrenehan Beach : Stunning Scene


  • Location

Kanigoro, Sapto Sari, Gunung Kidul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

  • The Journey

It was my last day in Yogyakarta and I decided to visit a beach for sure. I accompanied by Bagus, my friend who lives in Yogyakarta but actually he came from the city as I live. We both went there at 7.00 A.M  by motorcycle to the south of Yogyakarta then we thought Continue reading

Dieng ft. Sandflug : das Paradies


The savannah

  •  Location

Dieng, Banjarnegara – Central Java

  •  The Story

Matthias arrived in Banjarnegara on Saturday then he stayed in my home. The journey started the next day. We went to Dieng early morning then we arrived at 8.00 AM. First place we visited is the sight tower then we continued to Dieng Plateau. I parked my motorcycle then we visit the temple called Candi Arjuna. Continue reading

Mt. Sumbing : Summit Day


It isn’t sandy shore 🙂

It was the last day in Mt. Sumbing, you can read and also comment our first day story here : Mt. Sumbing : First Step

  •  The Journey

Moon in the morning

The alarm rang and it was 2 A.M. We prepared ourselves to get ready for summit. We leaved our tent and brought a few things like camera, water, snack, and more. After we locked our tent we started to walk through the dark and the weapon we had were flashlight. The track seemed harder and rocky. Sometime we did “mini rock climbing” 😀 Continue reading