Holla everyone! For this post we’ll try our best to describe Keuken to all of you who have been wondering all these times and never had the opportunity to experienced it yourself. Let us break it down for you:
We have to warn you, this is going to be a looooooong post. Jump if you dare!
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You will always had a certain first impressions every time you’re going somewhere for the first time. You could fall deeply to that place or worst, you don’t even want to visit it ever again. Well, we’re just the same. We’re the first-impressions-do-matter kind of people, and when we visit the City Square for the first time after the renovation, it was waaaay better than the previous one when there’s always negative rumors regarding the square at night even though there’s a huge mosque there. It was sad, really.
But these days, the City Square is crowded with people picnicking or simply just having their quality time there with their loved ones, especially in the weekend. To put it short, the new City Square is lively. We heart those artificial grass mat and the best thing about our visit is that finally we get the chance to go up top to the mosque tower where we can saw Bandung from high above. It was exciting and a fun alternative spot to spent our weekend around the city, enjoying the new family-friendly public space, just like other tourists does nowadays. Another reason to love our hometown :)
Part of #JellyClub by JellyPlayground.
Taken with Fuji Natura Classica, Yashica FX-3 Super + Fuji Superia 200 Exp., Kodak Gold 200
Bandung, April 2011
Yashica MF2 + Kodak Gold 200
Holla! How everybody’s doing? It’s been busy weeks for us here with our own stacks of works to do and the constant daily reminder of being adult and its routines became less and less fun to deal with. We blame the so-called quarter life crisis.
Obviously, we are older and have to deal with much more mature things now, but there’s still something so pleasingly delightful of having one day off as a grownups, forget all the responsibilities and consequences, and relived the total fun of being a kid, once again.
Here’s a little song for all fellow kid-at-hearts alike.
Happy National Children’s Day to all the kids here in Indonesia. May all the joy and optimism will always live in your hearts.
Morrie’s photograph taken at Nusa Dua, Bali (2009). Holga 120CFN + Kodak Ektacolor
Taman Safari Indonesia, Bogor. 2012.
Taken with Yashica FX3 Super + Kodak Colorplus, Lucky Color