Where I Went

I really likes traveling and Photography, so when every place i went i always take a moment to take a picture

People That I Met

Every People is Unique, where they live what they like, and what they look like it is totally all unique

An amazing Thing

God gives us all beautiful things in this world, and i'll share you here...

Good Food

Every place have their own unique food, let me share you what i have eat and found

Unique Culture

Every Culture has it own tradition, and i'll share all the things that i know and found in here..

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Monday, April 14, 2014

85th Story: My Lunchies

Recently i like to share my lunch, and this is some of my lunch...

corn soup, dragon fruit, and orange lime jus
Korean lunch

Chahan rice, salad and honey water
mexican lunch

So this is my lunch on several day, yes it tooks long process but yet you can manage what you eat...

Thursday, June 13, 2013

84th Story: Siomay Pink

When i was going to jog at bundaran HI with my cam. It was a Car Free day. And after i walk at a long side under the bus way bridge I spot this guy with all pink, but the strange is that he is carried a siomay stall with a bike. Then I noted that He is the Siomay Pink guy, Mr.Sriyono. 

His Gerobak Sepeda


But after a while i look at him...i realize that maybe he is kind of siomay celebrity guy, because there is so many girls that want to take a pic with him...

Mr. Siomay Pink with his fans...

Than i try the Siomay, its quite nice, coz its bit different from all the siomay I've tried, and it also quite big and bit expensive one from others...

The Famous Siomay Pink

So...after there is no buyers there, Mr. Sriyono go to other place...

Bye Mr.Sriyono

Friday, June 7, 2013

83rd Story: Prambanan On the Weekend

This Picture i take while im at Candi prambanan, just use your light option to light tungsten (i cant remember whats on text), just take the picture than...u'll got a pretty blue silluet enviroment.

Candi Prambanan Silluette

Thursday, March 8, 2012

82nd Story:Yellow Soup Mushroom in a Pack

Who doesnt know Yellow soup or i can say Soto. Soto is famous Indonesian food, it have a very various name in every province in Indonesia. Lets take a look what wikipedia said about soto:
Soto, sroto, tauto or coto is a common dish, found in many regional variations of Indonesian cuisine. It is a traditional soup mainly composed of broth, meat and vegetables. There is no clear definition of what makes a soto, but normally many traditional soups are called soto, whereas foreign and Western influenced soups are called sop. Soto is sometimes considered Indonesia's national dish, as it is served from Sumatra to Papua, in a wide range of variations. Soto is omnipresent in Indonesia, available in many an open-air eateries and on many street corners to fine dining restaurants and luxurious hotels. Soto, especially soto ayam (chicken soto), is considered as Indonesian counterpart of chicken soup. Soto is a comforting soup, because it is always served warm with tender texture in most of Indonesian households, and naturally considered as Indonesian comfort food".
My Favorite is soto ceker, this serve with ceker (chicken feet), with lime juice, a bit soy sauce and sambal, yummy, it taste so good, because the chicken feet makes the broth is so delicious. But some time my mom serve us a soto betawi, that made of beef or beef offal, cooked in a whitish cow milk or coconut milk broth, with fried potato and tomato.
Sometime I just so lazy to go out to buy food outside when the whether so crazy, I always want a soup if whether getting cold. Then, I found this…Soto Jamur in a pack. Name Sotoji.

A portion of Sotoji

In this pack we can have a Rice Vermicelli (bihun), seasoning, and mushroom

So this is the review from me:
The broth is not as yellow the original one, but the taste has similarity of Soto. The noodle it self has a tender texture. And the most delicious is the fried mushroom that still crunch after cooked, it said its Tiram Mushroom. Don’t forget to add limejuice, cabbage and cabe rawit. It's so good to just eat up the sotoji without rice, maybe you can added chicken suwir or chicken feet.
As far as i taste, this quite good and easy to make, like other noodle. But It's so pity that you can't have it in mini market or store. It said its because this still home made industry. But still If you want to know more further about the Sotoji or order it, you can enter the website here. Still So simple isn't it...

Sunday, January 8, 2012

81st Story: Jaran Kepang Perform @ Kota Tua

The Leader

I know many blogger post this picture earlier than me, by the way I took this picture year ago at kota tua same day as I took tattoo picture. It’s a so yesterday picture or not, u decide…^^ I took this with my 400D Canon and all the lens I have…
Before we go to the next picture, here is about what is Kuda lumping ora jaran kepang is:
Kuda Lumping (literally flat horse; also known as Jaran Kepang in Javanese) is a traditional Javanese dance depicting a group of horsemen. Dancers "ride" horses made from woven bamboo and decorated with colorful paints and cloth. Generally, the dance portrays troops riding horses, but another type of Kuda Lumping performance also incorporates trances and magic tricks. When the "possessed" dancer is performing the dance in trance conditions, he can display unusual abilities, such as eating glass and resistance to the effects of whipping or hot coals. Although the dance is native to Java, Indonesia, it also performed by Javanese immigrants in Suriname, Malaysia and Singapore.

From what I read from bataviase.co.id, the name of this group is Grup Kuda Lumping Turunggu Joyo, with 25 members and all of them is a family member.

One of the members, He drink kerosene and then ejected to make fire

One of the member, playing with whipper

One of the attraction, this child body was wrapped with white cloth, then tied with plastic mine.

The leader, he cursed a spell to the bucket

This two man is possessed than act like a horse

The possessed one, roll over

Little reog dancer

Human Pyramid

This kind of perform is our heritage, and should be preserve. Love Indonesia.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

80th Story: The DOME of Jakarta

Peek a boo, lookie..lookie whats behind

Two days of a holyday, I take this day to take a photo shoot @The DPR/MPR Building. I don’t know why this dome amazes me so much. What I love most is the fountain (sorry I don’t take the pic *sad). Still there is so much spot that I haven’t take, hopefully next time...^_^

If U all don't know what is "The Dome" i mean, here is a bit explanation...

The DPR/MPR Building is the seat of government for the Indonesian legislative, which comprises the People's Consultative Assembly (Indonesian: Majelis Permusyaratan Rakyat, MPR) the People's Representative Council (Indonesian: Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat, DPR) and the Regional Representatives Council (Indonesian: Dewan Perwakilan Daerah, DPD). Sukarno, the first president of Indonesia ordered construction of the building on 8 March 1965 His intent was for it to house the Conference of New Emerging Forces (CONEFO), a rival to the United Nations for Non-Aligned Movement countries. The first conference was scheduled for 1966, and the building was scheduled for completion before 17 August 1966, leaving 17 months for construction. Construction began in March 1965 following a contest for the design. The project was stopped because due to the coup attempt of 30 September 1966. It resumed in 1966, but with the intention to use the building for the legislature. The main building was completed in March 1968. (Wikipedia)

When i take all this pic its 5 O'clock PM nearly 6 that day. Yeah I know its just bit late to take shot, so here is a lil snap from The DPR/MPR Building, enjoy...

The Dome. The Architect is Soejoedi Wirjoatmodjo Dipl.Ing., with the structural engineer Ir.Sutami.

Look at the sky, definitely love it!!

This is a contemporary statue (expression cavity)that stands in the middle of the fountain pool, design by But Mochtar, symbolizes the human incarnation of Indonesia that are essential in the journey through the dimensions (Bali Post).

The other side

It is a big..big..big..letter to read...

Did you know there is a lot of deer at MPR/DPR areas, and there also peacock too, but they not shows up that day *sad

Yuuupp...here is the deer.

And so...we end it on deer, see you around dear... LOL

79th Story : Just Like a Tattoo

Tattoo is just like a fungus in Jakarta, in everywhere even on a street way side there is a tattoo man around.

@Kota Tua, Disposable gloves are used in modern tattooing for hygiene. Modern tattoo machine in use. But I don't know its hygiene or not...

A Tattoo is made by inserting indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment. Tattoos on humans are a type of body modification, and tattoos on other animals are most commonly used for identification purposes. The first written reference to the word, "tattoo" (or Samoan "Tatau") appears in the journal of Joseph Banks, the naturalist aboard Captain Cook's ship the HMS Endeavour in 1769: "I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition".

Many tattoos serve as rites of passage, marks of status and rank, symbols of religious and spiritual devotion, decorations for bravery, sexual lures and marks of fertility, pledges of love, punishment, amulets and talismans, protection, and as the marks of outcasts, slaves and convicts.(Wikipedia)

A Temporary Tattoo Applied, i still don't know its hygiene or not T_T

Today, people choose to be tattooed for cosmetic, sentimental/memorial, religious, and magical reasons, and to symbolize their belonging to or identification with particular groups, including criminal gangs (see criminal tattoos) but also a particular ethnic group or law-abiding subculture. Some Māori still choose to wear intricate moko on their faces. In Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand, the yantra tattoo is used for protection against evil and to increase luck.

So that all my post today, hope you will enjoy the pict, and C U with another story of mine...