WPC – The Extra(Ordinary) Room Number


Bali was always crowded during year-end holiday and well, at that time we stayed in a relatively new hotel with a modern style around Discovery Beach, not far from Kuta. Since it was in peak season, all the hotel staffs were busy so we had to find our rooms by ourselves. It did not reduce our happiness though we had to walk along the long corridor that was so bright with colors, but mundane, a bit dull. So modern, seems not in Bali…

The dull modern corridor

The dull modern corridor

Because of the modern style, as in other modern hotels in metropolitan cities, I expected seeing the room number in common as 1, 2, 3 only.

Extraordinary things are always hiding in places people never think to look

But it was not Bali if there was no touch of traditional arts. Every room has a special touch of traditional arts for its room number, including our rooms.

Perhaps for somebody else it’s just an ordinary thing but for me, this was an extra(ordinary), something that’s an ordinary, everyday thing, but also special. Among the modern objects, the small thing could turn into the reality. We’re still in Bali… 🙂

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7 pemikiran pada “WPC – The Extra(Ordinary) Room Number

  1. Hoho, Bali is always beautiful. Last week I also went there, involving myself in some of the most mythical and traditional event in my big family :hehe. Can’t wait to write about it :haha.
    Hey, those are unique room numbers. May I know what is the name of the hotel?

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