Well, for me .. talking about Indonesia will not end for a year, since the country, the culture ,,…. all is so beautiful.
Now, im talking about Yogyakarta, well even expatriates already know the beauty of Borobudur… but for my myself, Borobudur has lots of unrevealed secret yet being discovered. Those Why-s are still ringing in my ear, such as why that statue is different from other, why the ancient knows how to make the gutter around the temple, etc.
While thinking, i tried to capture those moments …. and you might agree with me, to see how beautiful the Borobudur is
im so lucky when i met the Fashion Parade in the Malioboro street, to see lots of culture and new fashion idea mixed….
Still remember as well inside my head, the local Javanese who even they are old, but with the smile in her face, she work in the rice field . The sun stroke her small body, but she still working tirelessly. Those men also served for the king, even they are paid low, but they are so loyal, since they believe that the King also taking care of them
After having a bad day at the Bella Vista Hotel, hm i suppose i dont recommend anyone to this hotel… i straight to Ketapang Hotel to pick up my Brother and sister and get a breakfast ( hm, it also too expensive breakfast — had to pay 80 rb for 3 bowls of Soto daging.. HAIZ…)… then my journey ends up at BALURAN
It was a rough journey since there is no asphalt road in Baluran. I say monkey, peacock and peacock and monkey and another monkey haha… but got a beautiful scene with the monkey… all are wild, an funny action.. you can say directly in my pics.. Ah, before you enter the Baluran, there is a Japanese Cave near to the gate, It is not big but so historical, you may find that Japanese used to get in the cave to protect themself
One monkey was staring at our car and look suspicious, when i put down the window, he looked like he was claiming his area and doesnt want me to stay closer.. hahaha… so funny. and another monkey pose like a boss…
and on the way to Surabaya, we stopped by at Paiton, the biggest electricity plant in Java, so if it is off, there will be a disaster in Java.
Anyway, enjoy the last pics…
Since the first temple I saw, seems like I feel “if” my government will put some energy to reserve those templr and perhaps make a great point of interest for people who likes history around the world, I think it would increase national income.
If the government put some extra enery to “not just” put a black n white and boring pics in our history book and replace it like “national geografic mags look alike” I believe we will increase our proud to our country’s belonging ( rather than spend it some countriea else.
Ahhh too bad, look at my pic and you will understans what i mean
After exploring candi Badut in Malang – Tidar area, we begin to get exicting to know the next piece of Majapahit that spread in Malang. This time near to kab tumpang-malang. Candi jago
At first we ask google looks that the location is so caw away. The candi kidal almost untagged I. The google location.
After about 20 to 30 mins from malang, finally we arrive in candi jago. The keeper said that the candi is still being the place to pray for buddhism in waisak. The statues seem unplaced I. The bottom of the small park, but the villager there are quite nice
Now I present you the beautifull moment I capture
The day of ied, usually being used by people to take a short vacation to other city. I took some beautiful photos when I go to candi jago. It places in the middle of a village.
Too bad it is in a poor condition. The statue actually will be liked by foreigner as a point of interest in malang city
And we were unlucky to get this location closed in the Friday… but I let you see the magic through the fence shot
Thia statie belongs to majapahit kingdom which is centered in mohokeero. I’m glad tobe indonesian that has this jewwl in the beautiful land