Anyway, baru nyadar kalau di #GiliTrawangan ini masih Indonesia, abis sepanjang mata memandang yang terlihat di food market central gili ini Bule alias Turis asing yang ingin menikmati #KeindahanAlam dan #PesonaIndonesia yang keren. Lalu kalian yang orang Indonesia asli pada kemana ?  Ps. eh piscok alias pisang coklat di foto kanan bawah itu cemilan favorite turis asing disini loh.

Anyway, baru nyadar kalau di #GiliTrawangan ini masih Indonesia, abis sepanjang mata memandang yang terlihat di food market central gili ini Bule alias Turis asing yang ingin menikmati #KeindahanAlam dan #PesonaIndonesia yang keren. Lalu kalian yang orang Indonesia asli pada kemana ? Ps. eh piscok alias pisang coklat di foto kanan bawah itu cemilan favorite turis asing disini loh.

Photo Kubitza posted a photo:  Ancestors of the Hopi (Hisatsinom) lived here for thousands of years. Trade brought seeds of corn and other crops into the region. Hisatsinom lifeways changed from nomadic hunting-and-gathering to farming. They began to build multi-storied stone masonry houses clustered in villages in Tsegi/Lenaytupqa (Flute) Canyon, and Nitsin Canyon. Betatakin/Talastima (Place of the Bule Corn Tassels) was home to Deer, Fire, Flute, and Water Clans. Navajo Nation land…

Photo Kubitza posted a photo: Ancestors of the Hopi (Hisatsinom) lived here for thousands of years. Trade brought seeds of corn and other crops into the region. Hisatsinom lifeways changed from nomadic hunting-and-gathering to farming. They began to build multi-storied stone masonry houses clustered in villages in Tsegi/Lenaytupqa (Flute) Canyon, and Nitsin Canyon. Betatakin/Talastima (Place of the Bule Corn Tassels) was home to Deer, Fire, Flute, and Water Clans. Navajo Nation land…

Art'sanália: Riscos de vasos,jarros e xícaras com flores!

Art'sanália: Riscos de vasos,jarros e xícaras com flores!

This photo of Kebo Bule, was taken during my trip to Solo, Central Java - Indonesia.    For stories about my trip, please go to:    - Part One: http://wp.me/p1VkQt-tf  - Part Two: http://wp.me/p1VkQt-vS

This photo of Kebo Bule, was taken during my trip to Solo, Central Java - Indonesia. For stories about my trip, please go to: - Part One: http://wp.me/p1VkQt-tf - Part Two: http://wp.me/p1VkQt-vS

81 Blue Innate (Sahaja) Chakrasamvara and Vajravarahi, between 1975 and 1125, central Tibet, Opaque watercolor on cotton cloth. This is a private collection, Switzerland. the word sahaja means born together. It means Chakrasamvara and Vajravarahi are nondual. "Bule Chakrasamvara embraces Vajravarahi, as she bears the flaying knife and skullcup. The two registers represent the male and female Armor Deities." They protect and prepare practitioner's body to effectively complete powerful…

81 Blue Innate (Sahaja) Chakrasamvara and Vajravarahi, between 1975 and 1125, central Tibet, Opaque watercolor on cotton cloth. This is a private collection, Switzerland. the word sahaja means born together. It means Chakrasamvara and Vajravarahi are nondual. "Bule Chakrasamvara embraces Vajravarahi, as she bears the flaying knife and skullcup. The two registers represent the male and female Armor Deities." They protect and prepare practitioner's body to effectively complete powerful…

Bule de chá verde pequeno (ou servidor licor) quase idêntico ao encontrado no acampamento de um trabalhador ferroviário chinês ao longo da Central Pacific Railroad . Este pequeno pote parece mais com um licor quente / servidor para mim. Ele tem a característica de topo. No entanto, um como ele é discutido em detalhe como um bule de chá pelo intérprete chinês, Chi Shin Kao, na página Central Pacific Railroad.

Bule de chá verde pequeno (ou servidor licor) quase idêntico ao encontrado no acampamento de um trabalhador ferroviário chinês ao longo da Central Pacific Railroad . Este pequeno pote parece mais com um licor quente / servidor para mim. Ele tem a característica de topo. No entanto, um como ele é discutido em detalhe como um bule de chá pelo intérprete chinês, Chi Shin Kao, na página Central Pacific Railroad.

This is Bule. It is difficult to mistaken him. His long brown hair makes him distinctive. You will be surprised to know that when he was young his hair was very bright and because of this he received the name Bule , which means a foreigner, a person from overseas. Soon our foreigner will find the final stop of his travel – the forest of freedom in Central Kalimantan.

This is Bule. It is difficult to mistaken him. His long brown hair makes him distinctive. You will be surprised to know that when he was young his hair was very bright and because of this he received the name Bule , which means a foreigner, a person from overseas. Soon our foreigner will find the final stop of his travel – the forest of freedom in Central Kalimantan.

Hairstyles of the Bule and the N’yem, Cameroon From the Congo to the Niger and the Nile : an account of The German Central African expedition of 1910-1911 Source: Page Related Tags: Cameroon | Central Africa

Hairstyles of the Bule and the N’yem, Cameroon From the Congo to the Niger and the Nile : an account of The German Central African expedition of 1910-1911 Source: Page Related Tags: Cameroon | Central Africa

Well folks it’s “official“, only 4 more weeks of winter according to Punxsutawney Phil. I’m not buying it. How in the world did he NOT see his shadow? Clear bule skies at 7:30 AM in Central PA. From all us

Well folks it’s “official“, only 4 more weeks of winter according to Punxsutawney Phil. I’m not buying it. How in the world did he NOT see his shadow? Clear bule skies at 7:30 AM in Central PA. From all us

Javanese people pray before rituals night carnival "1st Suro" ( Javanese calender) during  Islamic New Year celebrations at Kasunanan Palace on November 14, 2012 in Solo City, Central Java, Indonesia. Javanese will celebrate the national holiday with ceremonies and rituals marking the 1434th Islamic New Year's Eve or "1st Suro". The parade started from Keraton Kasunanan and is headed by a group of albino buffaloes, known as Kebo Bule. Local people believe that the parade of Heirlooms and…

Javanese Celebrate Islamic New Year

Javanese people pray before rituals night carnival "1st Suro" ( Javanese calender) during Islamic New Year celebrations at Kasunanan Palace on November 14, 2012 in Solo City, Central Java, Indonesia. Javanese will celebrate the national holiday with ceremonies and rituals marking the 1434th Islamic New Year's Eve or "1st Suro". The parade started from Keraton Kasunanan and is headed by a group of albino buffaloes, known as Kebo Bule. Local people believe that the parade of Heirlooms and…

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