Odds & Ends

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.

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We continue to be astounded at the beauty of Indonesia

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Beautiful…..
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Beautiful flowering plants for sale – about $10
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Navigating the very narrow roads getting back to the Refugee School was a little tricky
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Notice the girl on the back of the bike riding side-saddle.  Very typical.
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School was just letting out
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Shop
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Another shop
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I wonder what they sell…
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Having his lunch…

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I’m not sure….a cartoon character on the street 
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Headed home, snoozing in the back of the truck…
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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.
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I’m not sure what Manuka Honey is, but at $60 a jar it’s under lock and key!
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Yum…Salmon head!  About $1.50 lb.
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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…
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On the way up the hill to the Refugee School, we passed this tidy little house with a beautiful front garden.
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Always love passing the vendors selling stuff on the street
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