After delivering supplies to the Refugee School, we stopped for lunch at Ciporo, a resto (what they call restaurants here) right on the river in Bogor.
We continue to be astounded at the beauty of Indonesia
Beautiful flowering plants for sale – about $10
Navigating the very narrow roads getting back to the Refugee School was a little tricky
Notice the girl on the back of the bike riding side-saddle. Very typical.
School was just letting out
I wonder what they sell…
Having his lunch…
I’m not sure….a cartoon character on the street
Headed home, snoozing in the back of the truck…
When taking a cab and we hit the “macet”, we will often get out and walk because it’s faster. Here’s DeeAnn walking through and past the macet toward the office.
I’m not sure what Manuka Honey is, but at $60 a jar it’s under lock and key!
Yum…Salmon head! About $1.50 lb.
There’s a big demonstration in Jakarta today, so taxi’s are in short supply – had to wait about 20 minutes for a taxi at the store today. That’s a first…
On the way up the hill to the Refugee School, we passed this tidy little house with a beautiful front garden.
Always love passing the vendors selling stuff on the street