Pickleball with the Jensen’s on Saturday morning.
DeeAnn with our friend Ardi, the security guard
Making noodles at the local market. And they are VERY good!
Carrying little bottles of propane used by the street food carts
This sign indicates the train car is for ‘women only’
Most train stations make you walk up and over – here people just cross the tracks
I have no idea…..
The entrance to our apartment. The angle is so severe that if there are four people in the taxi, it will scrape bottom every time!
Plaza Semanggi charges 5,000 Rp ($.35) to use the ‘short-cut’. Otherwise, it’s another 20 minutes around the long way
DeeAnn’s new friend
Joseph Mak (Bishop Ricky Mak’s son) is our translator at Church. He leaves for his mission to Salt Lake in October.
Typical family of 4 – hoping they don’t drop the kids.
Not sure what “Pizaa” is…..
Jewelry for sale at Dr. Titi’s – made by poor women. She is trying to help them be more self-sufficient by teaching them jewelry making so they don’t have to pick trash.
It’s coffee harvest time – these are coffee beans drying in every yard
Carrying feed for his cattle
Grandma and grand-daughter