This afternoon we went to a ‘traditional market’ to get some things for the Mercy Home – more on that in a separate post. It was so traditional I was able to capture some good pics:
Not sure what she had in the bag….
Sanding a newly-made chair. They wanted to sell me the chair for 200,000 Rp ($15).
Trimming coconuts and putting a small hole in the top to drink the coconut water.
This guy was selling homing pigeons – 15,000 Rp. ($1.25). My new phone had this annoying 2 second video thing turned on – it’s now off.
- Trash picker
Another trash picker
The son of the pigeon seller
Sewing machine repair shop
More sewing machines
Street vendor. (Soto Betawi – at the warung in the background – is a coconut milk/curry soup – delicious!)
First picture with the new phone
With Jemmy Mongan and Elder Jensen – this was my first round of golf in a year
Sentul Highlands GC in the back….very nice…
Caddies were mandatory….
Gathering wood for sale….