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Archive for March, 2016

Liburan saya di Pantai Pangandaran Posted by on Mar 30, 2016

Let’s share your vacation story in Indonesian. Tell us about your favorite vacation places, whom you had the vacation with, the best experience and activities in your vacation, and the best mode of transportation. As a start, I write about my vacation in Indonesian. At the end of the story, keywords are  provided to you to…

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Kenangan Masa Kecil Saya Posted by on Mar 29, 2016

Sharing childhood stories is always enjoyable, especially if you want to accelerate the learning of a new language. By talking about experiences and fond memories of your childhood, you can also build relationships with people you have just met. You can tell them about the places you have visited, games and activities, and even your favorite sport. To help…

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Two Weeks in Flores Posted by on Mar 24, 2016

Mt. Kelimutu

Flores is a beautiful island in the eastern part of Indonesia. Those looking to explore a more off-the-beaten-path side of the country will love a trip here. It’s far more rugged and undeveloped than Java or Bali, and aside from the Komodo National Park it’s barely a blip on the radar of most tourists. We’ll…

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Ogoh-Ogoh Competition – Sanur 2016 Posted by on Mar 16, 2016

ogoh-ogoh competition

The day before Nyepi (Balinese New Year) is the ogoh-ogoh festival. Villages across the island create their own ogoh-ogoh statue, a mythological being or demon that help to rid the island of bad spirits. See highlights from this year’s celebration in Sanur, where twenty-three villages got together for a big competition.

Ogoh-Ogoh Festival in Bali Posted by on Mar 14, 2016


The day before Bali’s New Year and Day of Silence, the island is full of terrifying ogoh-ogoh statues. These beasts are paraded through the streets and destroyed or burned to rid the island of bad spirits. Check some of them out in this short video.

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