Beberapa saat setelah mendarat di Lombok International Airport, satu hal yang menjadi ritual adalah check-in di sosmed. Bukan soal gegayaan, tapi sebagai penanda. Terbukti, beberapa kali fasilitas ini membantu saya mengingat detail perjalanan.
“Miss, di Lombok ya? Cobain sate Rembiga tuh. Aku yang gak doyan sate aja sampe ngabisin 25 tusuk”
Kedua pesan senada ini membuat kening saya berkerut. Sate? Potongan daging yang ditusuk kemudian dibakar di atas bara api kan? Lalu, apa yang membuat sate ini begitu spesial? ah, paling-paling cuma terkenal macam getuk Magelang.
“Waaaa, Mima lagi di Lombok. Kulineran Sate Rembiga doong..”
Museum? In the evening? Well, like…seriously joking? For me, visiting museums has always created a strange excitement. I’m crazy about history, yet, museums, uhm, especially the buildings, give me goosebumps. Spooky. Then, I got this invitation to an event entitled Dolan Museum #1 : Malam bersama Wayang (Visit Museum : An evening with puppets) which was held by Ranggawarsita Museum. Hm… I just had a thought, it must be exciting..there must be many people, then why not? Then from the title, it was clear that the purpose of the event was to introduce various kinds of wayang to the participants. Lanjutkan membaca “Night at Ranggawarsita Museum with The Puppets”→
Most people visit Pekalongan to taste the traditional food, Nasi Megono, or to buy its various kinds of Batik. Others just pass through the city to go to other cities by trains, buses, or cars. Yes, Pekalongan is famous for its food and batik and as a city in the north part of Central Java, yet actually, there are many heritage buildings which are interesting to be explored. One of those is The Sidji Hotel.