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Notes from the Road: Dili, Timor-Leste

At the start of my 14-week venture abroad, I received some critical advice from a globetrotting Confidant, “Find the small things that you like and focus on them. 1.013 more words

World

Xanana Gusmao dan Kirsty Sword Berpisah setelah 15 Tahun Menikah

MELBOURNE - Mantan Presiden Timor Leste, Xanana Gusmao mengaku telah berpisah dengan istrinya, Kirsty Sword setelah 15 tahun berumah tangga. Keduanya memutuskan mengakhiri ikatan pernikahan yang diikrarkan pada tahun 2000. 411 more words

Romance

HIDDEN BEAUTY OF DILI

What is the first thing pop up in your mind when somebody asked you: ‘What do you think about Timor Leste?”

Before I visited the country, probably I would say, ‘err, I heard it’s not exactly safe there,’ or ‘I am not really interested.’ But in 2013 somehow I got the chance to visit the country and now I will say that if you are a traveler, backpacker or just beach lover like me, you definitely have to visit. 1.172 more words

Slice Of Life

Sunrise LNG development delays in Timor-Leste

Woodside has decided to shelve plans for the Sunrise LNG development in the Timor Sea last month. The Sunrise JV had wanted the field exploited using a FLNG facility, while the government wanted gas piped back to an onshore plant.

via Upstreamonline

3.1 FLNG / FPSO / MOPU / Floaters

East Timor To Singapore.

I definitely prefer to fly with Silk Air as opposed to Sirwijaya. For one thing, it is direct to Singapore and not staging through Bali. The International Arrivals in Bali would test the patience of a saint. 62 more words

Travels

My Last Friday In East Timor.

Today is Friday 13th March 2015. Next Tuesday we leave with Silk Air, flying directly to Singapore. After spending a few days there, we next go to Penang and Kuala Lumpur, before catching iur flights back to Aberdeen. 297 more words

Travels

Some Random Moments…

Life in Dili has settled into a bit of a rhythm (of fulltime work and now some study), that it can be tricky to know what to capture in this blog sometimes. 663 more words

Timor-Leste