In rural India, sociologists have found links between improved electrical...– http://mobile.nytimes.com/2013/05/27/nyregion/preparing-for-hurricane-babies.html
Lost in Scandinavia: Indonesians and their love... →
thisindonesian: It’s no longer a secret that Indonesians love food. Or to be precise: THEIR OWN FOOD. Once we’re living outside Indonesia like we are now, we begin to realize how big sacrifice that is to leave everything behind, especially the sacred 3F: Friends, Family and Food. Our conversations always…
Life in the Windy City & Beyond: Rickshaw Republic →
lifeinthewindycityandbeyond: Earlier this week I went to Richshaw Republic to celebrate a friend’s birthday. Her birthday bash is tonight, but you can’t sit at home on your actual birthday! It’s a BYOB Indonesian restaurant with great food and decor. Some of the items that were hanging from the ceiling are pictured below.
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How To Start Your Own Food Truck! | The New York... →
nypl: Do you have a great recipe that everyone raves about?Before you take out a second mortgage to finance your new truck, stop by this session to learn about life on the streets… Everyone loves ‘em. Heck, the Library enjoyed the culinary delights of a handful of food trucks during our Lunch Hour NYC exhibition last year. Want to own your very own food truck and fill it with your favorite...
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How to eat on the cheap when traveling.
wnyc: Food: “Really nice restaurants often have cheaper menus at lunch or at the bar.” “Eat bigger lunch and a smaller dinner.” “Eat street food. Eat fast food. Eat bad food.” More frugal travel tips - from how to book to what to see - from Matt Gross on today’s Brian Lehrer Show.
Lagu Kebangsaan Indonesia
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Late night noise – Preview it on Path.
You Could Be The Reason That You Haven’t Found... →
It’s not the destination but for the journey.