Bahasa Indonesian is easier to pronounce if you speak Spanish. I usually can sing along with the congregation even if I don't understand all the words.
St. John's leadership with their children
For dinner that evening, we went to a new resort on the side of a mountain called "Dusun Bambu." The resort itself is very new and beautifully designed. It was too bad that it was night and raining when we arrived there, but I could still see the potential. It would be a good place to spend a few days!
Since it was higher up the hill and raining, it was fairly cool. This fire pit was in the lobby for one of the restaurants in the complex.
On the other side of this lake are cabins that can be rented. The resort offers hiking trails, archery, and other activities.
A section of the dining room that overlooks part of the resort.
My dinner: fried duck!
The ceiling lighting is made out of bamboo.
Traditional pottery on display
This is a sign for the hotel where I am staying. I took a picture as I was beginning a walk to use as a reference point for getting back in case I got lost.
Clock tower at a main intersection in the city
The rickshaw drivers kept asking me to hire them.
An antique steam roller
This plaque commemorates the founding of Bandung and the building of Java Island's first and important road.
The class I am teaching is on global Anglicanism. It includes some mission principles, ecclesiology, church history, and Biblical theology. A great combination!
Some of the class. I have one more session with them before leaving for Jakarta
The dining room in the restaurant where we had dinner on Monday night after the class.