Indonesians have the toughest feet on the planet…
Ondel-Ondel – the typical Betawi (Jakarta) characters
The Cipayung area (near Jakarta) is higher in the mountains, so it’s much cooler. Everywhere are these ‘Villa Kamar’ signs, advertising rooms for rent for weekenders.
Mother and her girls watching us visit her neighbors
Lady walking on the street
Her restaurant on her bike
Four on a bike – VERY common
An annoying one-second video of a guy carrying his goods to market.
Just like the US – kids invading the mall after school!
Living right on the ditch….
Typical street food cart – this one serving fried food.
The receptionists at Aryaduta
Always wanted a moo moo roll…
In Bogor, when the traffic is crawling, there are guys selling all kinds of things – this is ‘gamblong’ – sticky rice covered in brown sugar. DeeAnn likes them, I don’t. 10,000 Rp ($.75) for a bag of 10.
This 6 year old from the Jakarta I Ward plays the piano VERY well. We’ve been told the family doesn’t have much in their home, but they do have a beautiful piano for him to play…
DeeAnn selling jewelry made by the “trashpickers” from Dr. Titi’s hospital. Dr. Titi helps them make and sell jewelry so they don’t have to go pick trash…