Odds & Ends

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When we were in Banyuanyar, this man kicked off his boots and climbed the coconut tree – had to have been 90-100 feet.

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Lousy pic, but he’s in there, cutting coconuts out of the tree

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DeeAnn and some new friends

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Got the pose working at age 2, maybe 3!

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One of the villagers in Sragen

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Most Indonesians’ feet are as tough as leather…

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This lady set up shop right outside the office

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Building a new trash receptacle at the office, trying to discourage the trash pickers that go through the trash every night

 

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Statues on our way to the Limbs office in traditional Betawi dress.  Betawi is native to the Jakarta area.

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Jakarta skyline

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Durian fruit stand – the smell of Durian is described as “rotten onions, turpentine or raw sewage..”  Moldy old gym socks also comes to mind.  Indonesians LOVE this stuff….

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Interesting, but bad, pic out the taxi window

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