Here we are, Hamka and Jenny, a travelmate who always dream and learn, think and wish, feel too much. Have lots of passion to travel around the world. It is a very big place, we saw only small part of it, might not finished in one life journey, and we’re dying to see more about it.
Live in different place doesn’t mean it’s difficult for us to travel together. Yes, we make our own journeys, but if we have the time why don’t we set the date and meet somewhere? So pack the bags, buy the tickets and go! Explore Indonesia and show the uniqueness to the world!
HAMKA RASUFIT (HAMKA)
A geek, a guitarist, a photographer. Hamka lives in Malang and study informatics engineering. Ability to work anything. He likes to kill the time by staying in his room with comics and internet. A mountain climber who fall in love with sea. Has mission to climb make his step on seven summits in ten years. Spent his childhood in Enrekang which has beautiful nature view makes he loves Indonesia, even too much. “I was born and set to be an adventurer and I can find everything in here, Indonesia.”
With great idea to design this site, Hamka collaborate it by his eyes to captures awesome pictures. Want to be a photographer for National Geography. His favorite words: “Meet me in the border!”
JEANNE SVENSKY LIGTE (JENNY)
A coffee addict, an adrenaline junkie, a singer bathroom. Jenny lives in Makassar and study industrial engineering. She’s also a part-time worker as a tutor who teaches Bahasa Indonesia. Like to spend her time by sitting in a corner of park with book and ice cream. Loves beach and waterfall, lots of passion about underwater view, rapids, and bungee-jumping! Has a weird obsession about reptile. Born as a half Netherlanders with not-so-Indonesian name doesn’t mean she would rather to be an European. “The best fact that God gave to me is I was born to be an Indonesian.”
Jenny writes articles on this site and let her brain to make some weird concepts. Dream to be a journalist and writer for National Geography Traveler. Her favorite words: “Bring me to Eiffel, I’ll tell you there!”