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LET’S BASA-BASI

It has been a while since I caught up with you. We got distracted for a minute 😉 A lot has changed in the meantime, however, we are still building. We did launch an online cooking course, opened the restaurant, and this a while the Coronavirus is still here. 

Virtual cooking class

Virtual Cooking Class

We are going to start with Basa-basi’s very first online cooking class. So exciting! Ten videos with ten different recipes for just €10. Normally, at this time of the year, guests start coming back to the island and we would be hosting…

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Ring on my Finger

In Dutch there is saying ‘A day with a golden edge’, meaning: a beautiful day, with indefinable colors. That is one of those statements a Dutch person can make, of which you think: I have no idea what you are talking about but it sounds nice…

building business in buitenland

Working during Covid19

In the last few weeks we have witnessed so many changes, so fast. This is us trying to prepare for something, while not being sure how to prepare. We take it day by day, keep our eyes open so we can adjust our plans where…

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Jepara, The Neglected Child

In Dutch we have a saying which literally means ‘A neglected child’ which means that something or someone hasn’t been appreciated. I guess that’s what Jepara was, for me, for quite a long time. I just slept there during my transit to Karimun, stayed…

Strand Batu Karas

Batu Karas

Batu Karas is a small fisherman village located in West Java on the south coast of Indonesia. Batu Karas literally means hard stone and this might have something to do with the rocky coastline. This is one of Java’s gems for sure! But what is a gem? I mean…

thank you for coming
While living on the tropical island Karimunjawa, I am always jumping from one unusual situation to another. One day is never the same as another and several special projects keep me busy living. These are experiences I like to share, so scroll along and read my stories.
thank you for coming
While living on the tropical island Karimunjawa, I am always jumping from one unusual situation to another. One day is never the same as another and several special projects keep me busy living. These are experiences I like to share, so scroll along and read my stories.
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