Book Talk: A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway

One of my closest friends told me that one of his favorite books was A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. Considering we started a book club recently, we decided to read it together and discuss it as a group one fine morning at a Starbucks. I’ve read a couple of Hemingway’s, and I have only…

Traveling at Night in the Streets of Paris

By Daniella D. I am here once again. It seems like I was just here yesterday, stuffing myself with the most delicious croissants in the world while being too lazy to venture out to explore this magnificent touristic overrated city called Paris. One reason why? The piercing, permeating cold was just too much for my…

Take a Break and Indila

by Devina Gunawan I remember last year I went on Youtube and found Indila’s “Derniere Danse” and I was hooked. I remember listening to the words and feeling, “Oh wow, this is so close to heart.” Because Indila sings from her heart, and her songs are based on real life experiences. She is to me, like…

Intouchables: the Ultimate Bromance 

by Devina Gunawan I remember watching this movie in France, and at the time not many movies could impress me. If anything, I was always skeptical. Every time someone asked me to watch a French movie I’d go, “Why am I being punished?” Not that I didn’t like French films. I liked them. But not…

The Last Day in Pau

by Devina Gunawan I woke up feeling nauseaous. The big room that I had been staying in for over a week now grew bigger and colder and emptier. My clothes were stuffed in my luggage, my files stapled and stacked in my purse, and my many pairs of shoes were no longer on the front…

How I Lost My Virginity to France

by Devina Gunawan That statement applies to a lot of people in my life, and sadly that is the truth. I took my study abroad time in France right after I turned 21. And the truth was that, the whole experience had been a turning point. It was life changing, and I am very much…