Giving a new definition to going to lunch at an ‘out-of-the-way’ restaurant. Video of the entrance below
Lunch was at this Chinese place – which apparently was worried about not knowing what day it was so they had a dozen calendars on both walls.
Calendar of a local Catholic Church. Members of the LDS Church will recognize the artwork as (I’m pretty sure) technically belonging to the LDS Church!
This one too!
Loaded down with stuff
The store needs new mannequins
Taking ugly bobble-head dolls to a new low….
Always activity at the traditional market
Popular seafood restaurant in Tangerang
Pick your fish out of the tank
This fresh fish is 31,000 Rp per 100 grams or $10.25 / lb. No charge to cook it. It was absolutely delicious. Fresh fish dinner for two – about $20.
At the fabric store with our friend Khuldip (all the fabric stores are owned by Indians). DeeAnn bought some batik fabric for a couple of outfits.
Only about 1/3 of the LDS hymnbook is in Indonesian. This is the translation team (far left and far right are from Salt Lake) – the rest are native Indonesians who speak outstanding English -charged with translating the rest of the hymnbook. A tricky job as Bahasa Indonesian uses more words, the phrasing is different and it’s tough to make words rhyme.
Selling peanuts, flowers and a few vegetables
At the tailor telling them what she wants.
Where I get my haircut – 50,000 Rp. ($3.75)