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Be good to yourself – 2

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Last week, I treated myself with a wonderful cute pink raincoat.

It’s part of my be good to myself project. Since I lived in Denmark, I have always shopped in flea markets known as loppemarked. Rarely, I buy new things except when I am travelling. Or when I am sure, the flea markets would not have my size. So, it’s kinda worth-to-tell when I bought myself this raincoat.

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Ostello Bello Grande, Milan

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One word. Fantastic.

 

My trip to Milan is special because I have not been travelling alone for so long. In fact, I could not even remember the last time I travelled alone. So, to lessen my worry, I asked for a hostel recommendation from my friend. And she said that choosing Ostello Bello Grande would never go wrong. And I prove it. Located in Via Roberto Lepetit, 33, 20124 Milano, Italy, this hostel is just 5min walk airport shuttle terminal. It’s also 7min walk from Milan Central Station.


I arrived last night around 1AM. 24h reception welcomed me with a smile and welcome drink. I checked in to a 5-bed-mixed dormitary room which was occupied with me and one guy. Milan was so warm that night but luckily the room has an AC. I slept soundly immediately. Woke up and took a shower, I realised a girl came last night (morning?). I didnot hear her. Thanks for being quiet, good hostel manner.

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Chateau Motel

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District Tonkin

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@Dini’s, in Horsens

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The rain washed Copenhagen crystal clear all day today. And it also brought a mist of grayness to all inhabitans. I could only helplessly enjoyed my homecookes meal to soothe growing melancholiness that arise along with the cold as well as flipping (or strolling to be precise) memory lanes of photos.

And I found these.



Both were taken in Horsens, at a small cozy restaurant Dini’s,  2.5h drive from Copenhagen, when I specially introduced Indonesian cuisine to him.

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Gudeg

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Christmas in a Club

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