About Me

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Hi, thank you so much for stopping by, and I’m so glad to have you here πŸ™‚

My name’s Noe. A wife and a mom for two nice men, Daffa’ and Abyan. And still dreaming to get a baby girl. πŸ˜€

As you can see at the picture above, you may guess that I’m travel addict. I love mountain, I love forest, I love waterfall, I love the tranquility of village or even a crowded city, but the place I love the most is beach. And I prefer to take my men to go traveling than stay at home, then I have to do all home work like cooking or others. πŸ˜†

I don’t know about photography, but I like capturing moments everywhere I go, even I don’t have any good camera, just a camera from my smart phone. πŸ˜‰

I’m Indonesian who challenge myself to write blog posts here in English. So, let me know when you see the mistakes. πŸ™‚

Regards, Noe.

Mail: noestyle@hotmail.co.id


86 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Its wonderful to meet you, thanks for following my blog and I love yours, it feels pure and honest so I look forward to reading your future posts and all about the men in your life and the no house work πŸ™‚ xxx

    • Hi, Shercb. Thank you for finding my blog. You make my day!
      I love to see a new people who has the same passion like you. You are one of many inspiring blogger out there, i believe πŸ™‚

  2. Hello Noe,

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and following it πŸ™‚

    You have taken some stunning images and it’s really a great effort with a basic phone camera.

    Have a great time and expecting many more images and stories from Indonesia πŸ™‚

    • Hi Sreejith, I guess you are from India. Ah, after finishing my plan to travel around south east asia, I really wanna go to India. I wish πŸ™‚

      And, thank you so much for stopping by here. It’s always nice to see a new friend from aroind the world like you. πŸ™‚

      • You are always welcome Noe.

        Great to see that you are exploring the SE Asia, it’s so diverse culturally and geographically.

        I used to really appreciate the images from Indonesia and all from my friends through this community.

        Hope to see many more new places through your blog.

        Have a beautiful day ahead πŸ™‚

  3. Hi – looks like a nice blog here – and you have a nice eye for some cool photos.
    and you said to note any mistakes….
    well in your about section, when you refer to your sons – it should be “two nice men” (change the a to e for that plural) and then
    but I like capturing moment everywhere I go – add an “s” to moments

    have a nice day –

    • Wow… thank you so much for the correction. I’ll edit it very soon. πŸ™‚
      and I am thinkin about all my blogpost, it must be so many mistakes. Hahaha..
      So once again, thank you so much. You r very kind, nice to see you πŸ™‚

      • well I would NOT worry about it – because in my opinion, I think any grammar mistakes that come from bilingual folks are “classy” and perfectly acceptable. I appreciate that you are writing in English so I can enjoy the blog (without using Google translate for every post cause that is no fun). and so again, I would edit as you go and always set your sights to improve – but in the meantime – know that any little errors are not that big of a deal – and sometimes it is actually culturally enriching – like “hearing” your accent in type. πŸ™‚

        oh- and best wishes on the girl! πŸ™‚

  4. Dear Noe, thank you for following me! You have a lovely about-presentation, and I think you will have your little girl as well! I have one girl and one boy. Children means the world to me, even if mine are grown-ups by now.

    • Oh thank you so much for wishing me. You’re so kind Leya. And I wish you have a blessed day every day. Then someday when you son & daughter will give you some lovely grand children πŸ˜‰

  5. hello and thanks for the pingback on my recent Weekly Photo Challenge! I dropped in to your “about” page, and want to say, “the third time’s the charm!” I had 2 boys first, and then my third baby was a girl! Omg was I ever thrilled! My kids are all adults now,and I have extremely close yet very unique relationships with each of them, BUT my daughter and I have been two peas in a pod since day 1!
    . Right now we’re planning our first trip together to Europe together (she’s travelled the entire world already at only age 26, and I’ve NEVER left the country!) The best part is she’s almost more excited than I am, and keeps talking about how she can’t wait for me to see this…and that…LOL I have a feeling I’ll come home EXHAUSTED!
    You have a great blog! I’m glad you found me so I could have the pleasure of reading about you!

    • Oh! Now you make me envy about your daughter. It sound great and so much fun to travel with her, I wish somedqy I could do that too.
      You know, I’m now 29 years old, and my boys are 7 and 5. I got merried when I was just 20. I was dreaming that when I sons and daughters are growing up, I’m still young and become their bestfriend. Yea… like you with your sons and daughter.
      I wish you have a blessed day everyday πŸ™‚

      • Yes, I SO agree with having kids young..excellent choice on both our parts if I say so myself! πŸ™‚ I’ve got a few friends who didn’t have their first kids until mine were well into high school and college and I see a huge difference in the experience. Yes, i think it’s easier to have a nice house and all before the kids arrive, but on the other hand the older you get, the more particular you are and I’ve seen many older first time parents become SO overprotective and almost stifling toward their children…doesn’t seem very fun for any of them!

  6. Hello!
    Thank you for following my blog. I know how many interesting blogs are out there and feel honored that you picked mine to follow. I hope my stories entertain and inform and my photos bring you joy and wonderment.
    I travel mostly local but try to always find interesting places. I have lived in several different places and dig through my archives of photos to bring glimpses into places I have been. Sometimes I post a recipe because food tells a lot about culture.
    I am not a professional photographer, so my photos are sometimes a little fuzzy and there are telephone poles and wires and other things along with what I was photographing. The older photos are 35mm, the newer are point and shoot digital and a few are Samsung Smartphone.
    I am new to blogging so if you have any advice or critique please drop me a comment.
    Thank you again for following and to quote Mark Twain: β€œTravel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
    Iris the Wanderer

    • Hi, Iris..
      Nice to have you here, and so glad to know that you like traveling. Your blog is good, so there are nothing to advice or critique. I have seen some photos of you, and it proof that you’re great in photography too.
      Yup, so many wonderful blog out there and you’re one of them that made me fell in love. Its inspiring me to learn more about how to capturing something πŸ™‚

      • Ahaha… I’m blushed but shy too. I dont have any camera or great photos like yours. But sure, I’ll learn much from your blog πŸ™‚ and I wish, everytime you visit here, you can see that I’m doing better day by day. I hope

  7. So lovely that I’ve come across your blog πŸ™‚ I am Croatian writing my blog in English, also challenging myself… πŸ˜‰ I love nature, although I don’t travel right now, good thing that nature is all around us. πŸ˜€

    • Oh, thank you sooo much for stopping by here. So glad to have you here. I still have to learn much about english, and we know that practice makes perfect. Thats why we write, right?
      And everybode has their own way to enjoy this life, I love traveling and you love photography… and yeah.. they are our way to enjoy the nature πŸ™‚

      • I don’t know much of Indonesia, except for Bali, but I am hoping to go back some time and explore more of the other islands. Do you live on Sumatra?
        Did you see my travel memoir of Bali on my blog? The first 6 chapters are posted under the “Travel Bali” category, if you are interested in checking it out.

      • Do glad to know you have been in Indonesia, I live in Java Island, and yeah… Bali is the most famous island in Indonesia. But you wish are great to go back, bacause Indonesia Archipelago are beautiful from west to east. Let me knoe once you come, it would be great to travel together. πŸ˜‰
        About you chapter, sure.. I’ll check it out

  8. Hi there!
    Thanks for stopping by to follow my ‘experiments’. I loved your ‘about’ page very much…and am looking fwd to more photographs and posts from you. Stay blessed and keep blogging!

  9. Noe – Thank you so much for stopping by my blog & deciding to join me on my journey! It’s a fascinating world we live in … always an adventure to be found! Hope you enjoy following me on mine.
    Thanks again!

  10. Hey Noe, I guess you have just become one of The Spikey’s, that small clan of folk known to be followers of Uncle Spike πŸ™‚

    Thank you… I really appreciate that as I for one, know how many interesting and entertaining blogs are out there.

    My aim is to deliver an eclectic offering of posts, from my β€˜point n shoot’ attempts at photography, to the sharing of my travel adventures since the 70β€²s, as well as day to day happenings on the farm. Oh, plus a few observations on life as I see it. Of course, if you have any suggestions for me, I’d love to hear from you, serious.

    In return, I promise not to be overbearing with perhaps 2-3 posts a day tops. But if you are at a loose end one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too. I have added plenty of categories to help in said digging process.

    Thanks again for your vote of confidence, and hope you have a great day…


    • Hi uncle, thanks for coming.
      I don’t know about photography, but i love to see every great and beautiful photos by other. and yours are great. I felt in love with the first pic at last wordless wednesday, fishing πŸ˜‰

  11. Salam kenal ya Kakak…
    Aku tinggalkan jejakku di sini ya…
    Apa udah pindah ke web baru ya Kak?

    ayo, komen balik blog aku ya… yeyeyeey… πŸ˜€

  12. Salam kenal, backpacking mum! Mungkin saja dirimu “nggak sabar ngajarin anak-anak bikin PR”, tapi bayangkan, apa saja yang bisa mereka pelajari dengan backpacking keliling dunia bersama ibunya? Salut beneran deh, aku bawa anak-anak jalan deket rumah aja udah teler!

  13. ini semacam masa kecil sy, tapi sekarang gak bisa sebebas mba noe, bisa ke sana kemari. sy udah dg kehidupan yg saya idam2kan sejak dulu. hidup bersama istri dan dua anak di desa. sungguh menyenangkan

  14. Kunjangan balik. Maaf, di postingan yg kepulauan seribu kok saya ga bisa komen ya mbak? Ga ada kolom leave replynya… Makanya jd komen disini. Suka travelling juga ya? Salam backpaker deh πŸ™‚

  15. ada komen dari noestyle di blogku. noestyle ? siapa dia ? ternyata photo dokumentasi backpack di blognya bikin ngiler aja … keren mbak. salam kenal πŸ™‚

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