Saya orang biasa seperti kebanyakan orang lain. Lahir dari keluarga petani di sebuah desa kecil bernama CIGUDEG, sebuah desa kecil yang terletak di Bogor, Jawa Barat, Indonesia. Kehidupan saya yang  sederhana  telah diberkati dengan sukacita. Saya suka alam, budaya dan tradisi.

Saya juga seorang fotografer amatir dengan sedikit keterampilan menulis. Saya ingin menulis sebanyak yang saya bisa, tentang negara saya yang indah  dengan orang-orang yang selalu tersenyum, tentang alam, budaya dan tradisi masyarakatnya yang selalu menarik bagi siapa pun.



I am an ordinary person like most other people. Born from a farmer family in a small village called CIGUDEG, a small village located in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. My simple life has been blessed with joy. I like nature, culture and traditions.

I am also an amateur photographer with a bit of writing skills. I would like to write as much as I can, about my lovely country with its smiling people, about nature, culture and traditions of its people that are always interesting to anyone.


164 comments on “ABOUT ME

  1. I have been thinking of you this Christmas and into the new year – I hope you are alright?! We are all missing you. Hopefully you will come back soon! Thoughts and good wishes I send!


    • Hi Ann. Thank you so much for your prayers and we were all blessed. Now I am well and strong again. I missed you too. Best wishes for you in this new years and in the many years to come.


  2. trimakasih infonya, ada beberapa keterangan lain yang di dapat dari keluarganya Mimosa Baud, bahwa putrinya WA Baron Baud yang bernama Mimosa tidak dimakamkan di Jatinangor tapi di Jepang…


    • Memang simpang siur tuh. Cucunya Mimosa bilang dia punya bukti kalau Baud dan Mimosa dimakamkan di Itali. Ada photo yang menunjukan bahwa Baud dimakamkan di Cigudeg. di foto itu ada foto suaminya Mimosa duduk disebelah makam Baud.


  3. Hi Thank you for stopping by and of course for like too. Your blog and photographs are really amazing and full of life and color. Nice to meet you. See you soon. Have a good day…:)


  4. Very lovely. I am enjoying your blog and hope to visit often! I’m so glad that you’re sharing your beautiful country with us. And I am soooooo glad that you’re giving us the English. I was trying to decode your language–what language do you speak?–when I noticed the translation. Yay!

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    • Hi Laura, thank you so much for your compliment, especially for visiting and following my blog. I understand my English is not as perfect as the native speakers but I think it is better than Google or Bing translators. I hope you wouldn’t mind to criticize the text when you found anything wrong. I am so glad and grateful to be connected with you.


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    • Hi, Natalie, You are most welcome. Unexpectedly I saw an amazing post about beautiful flowers on my reader. There you are. I love your blog and its contents are gorgeous! I love flowers and nature too. Hope we keep connecting. Thank you and best wish.


  5. Thank you so much pleisbilongtumi for your like of Tubularsock’s “Ain’t Life A Bitch:Ukraine”.
    Hopefully you’ll return and we’ll see what happens. I will take some time to review your work that you have presented here. Cheers.

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  6. May I know how to get here from Bubulak Station?
    And may I have the contact person of you or somebody who can take me around the Urug village?
    Thanks in advance

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