Another pair of sunglasses bites the dust….
A couple kids at the Orphanage in Jogja. The boy is the son of the head, the girl was recently abandoned by her parents so the orphanage took her in.
Selling durian fruit by the side of the road. I’ll bet you can’t wait to try it after you Google it….!
Sad day – Sandy Pagalla is leaving the Service Center and moving to Bali…their gain, our loss!
Sandy’s going-away lunch – Soto Sapi (beef soup). The bowls in the middle are liquid fire….the corn fritters on the bottom right are delicious!
DeeAnn can’t resist – jewelry made by the trash-pickers at Dr. Titi’s.
The LDS Hymn Book in Indonesian. Only about 1/3 of the English hymns are translated into Bahasa.
Another day’s work in the field.
Using her bike for everything
Neighbor of one of the wheelchair recipients came to check us out.
Small barn keeps their goats
This ancient stone is on its’ side and was in the front yard of a chair recipient. Rice is put in the bowl and another stone is used to pound the rice to separate it from the hull.
typical front yard….
Padang restaurants are everywhere – kind of like cafeteria, you just take what you want and get charged accordingly…. 6 of us ate for $12…
Putu – hot rice with brown sugar covered in coconut. Pretty tasty…
He uses a modified bike to carry his goat feed
Jackfruit ready for the picking…
DeeAnn trying Sate Kalong (bat)
Stone carvings at a Hindu temple