jalan jalan in Ubud
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December 25th, 2007 – by: tacco14
Here one of my friend lives, who I hadn't seen for more than 10 years. That's why I came here. And one more thing was to take a diving license.
Indonesian is interesting and a bit easy language. My friend's husbund said "Indonesian is the easiest language in the world. Why it wouldn't be the common language in the world instead of English". I agree with that. Indonesian in grammar has future tense and past tense but I've heard normaly people don't use it. Just put "tomorrow" or "yesterday" then the sentence become future and past. So easy. And I love the sound. It sounds so cute!
My favorite thing to see is that in front of every shop you find flowers and rice in a banboo bowl. Everyday they put it as praying for the good life. I found a old lady in a shop along the street, who was making this banboo bowl. I stayed there for about half an hour trying to learn it but it was more difficult than I saw.
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