a blog by Galuh

a blog by Galuh

Larashati

Larashati

a blog by Galuh


Recent Posts

Two Eaglets Waiting for Their Mother

Two Eaglets Waiting for Their Mother

  Galuh: On the tree there is an eaglet’s nest. An eaglet is waiting for her mother searching for food. Who is the eaglet’s name? Daya: Hmmm… Popo. Galuh: Okay, Popo. Popo is not alone, he’s with his sister named… Pipi! Her name is Pipi. […]

Sisters in Danger

Sisters in Danger

Just a year ago, some friends forwarded the announcement created by Sisters in Danger (SiD) to me. As they put their selves as a band campaigning for anti-violence against women and children, SiD needed a voluntary dancer who’s willing to take part in the clip […]

Sit Back and Relax with Bukan Perawan Maria

Sit Back and Relax with Bukan Perawan Maria

We welcome 2018 by bringing a little dismay and anxiety. This year, the election of the regional head will be held in numerous areas, followed by the presidential election in the following year. Hey! It gonna be the two year-marathon that drains your energy. Not […]

Jessica on Inspyro Moves

Jessica on Inspyro Moves

Dance art in Bandung has less lively atmosphere than other cities in Indonesia such as Jakarta, Jogja, Solo, Padang. It’s easily noticed, for example when there’s an event or festival on a national or international scale, Bandung isn’t counted in. The event starts in Jakarta […]

How A Hectic Mom Looks Back at 2017

How A Hectic Mom Looks Back at 2017

Widely said that we need to reflect on history before making our steps into a better future. Unfortunately, reflecting on what happened during last year has already made me want to hide my face, let alone making a new year resolution. Comparing what I’ve planned […]

Where to Eat in Bandung?

Where to Eat in Bandung?

Do you go to Bandung for new year’s holiday? My out-of-town friends often ask me where the nice place to eat in Bandung. Hmm… I’m also an immigrant here. I’m not really a newcomer though, but it always feels like just yesterday I moved to […]

Bobo Papa, Toko Mama

Bobo Papa, Toko Mama

My first period of time living in Bandung were about a few friends, jobless, lack of activity, but I encouraged myself to take a walk as much as possible. Zen didn’t always have time to go with me. We didn’t have a car and moreover, […]

Aesop’s Fable: The Salt Merchant and his Donkey

Aesop’s Fable: The Salt Merchant and his Donkey

A peddler drove his Donkey to the seashore to buy salt. His road home lay across a stream into which his Donkey, making a false step, fell by accident and rose up again with his load considerably lighter, as the water melted the sack. The […]