Saturday, July 11, 2009

Relaxation and Dream

Always positive thinking and make minimum stress in your life....
Please you see the pictures...
I think you can make some dream..

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Mission Imposible

What is the impression for this pictures?
I think you agree with this snail said...
Please don't say "GIVE UP" in your life, every thing can have way-out...

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Shaggy Goat = Wedhus Gembel

Mount Merapi, Gunung Merapi in Indonesian language, is a conical volcano located on the border between Central Java and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since 1548. Its name means Mountain of Fire. It is very close to the city of Yogyakarta, and thousands of people live on the flanks of the volcano, with villages as high as 1700 m above sea level.
Although smoke can be seen emerging from the mountain top at least 300 days a year, several eruptions have caused fatalities. Hot gas from a large explosion killed 43 people in 1994, mostly in the town of Muntilan, west of the volcano. Another large eruption occurred in 2006, shortly before the Yogyakarta earthquake. In light of the hazards that Merapi poses to populated areas, it has been designated as one of the Decade Volcanoes.

2006 eruption
Pyroclastic flows (2006)
In April 2006, increased seismicity at more regular intervals and a detected bulge in the volcano's cone indicated that fresh eruptions were imminent. Authorities put the volcano's neighboring villages on high alert and local residents prepared for a likely evacuation. On April 19 smoke from the crater reached a height of 400 metres, compared to 75 metres the previous day. On April 23, after nine surface tremors and some 156 multifaced quakes signalled movements of magma, some 600 elderly and infant residents of the slopes were evacuated.

By early May, active lava flows had begun. On May 11, with lava flow beginning to be constant, some 17,000 people were ordered to be evacuated from the area and on May 13, Indonesian authorities raised the alert status to the highest level, ordering the immediate evacuation of all residents on the mountain. Many villagers defied the dangers posed by the volcano and returned to their villages, fearing that their livestock and crops would be vulnerable to theft. Activity calmed by the middle of May.

On May 27, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck roughly 30 miles southwest of Merapi, killing at least 5,000 and leaving at least 200,000 people homeless in the Yogyakarta region, heightening fears that Merapi will "blow". The quake did not appear to be a long-period oscillation, a seismic disturbance class that is increasingly associated with major volcanic eruptions. A further 11,000 villagers were evacuated on June 6 as lava and superheated clouds of gas poured repeatedly down its upper slopes. The pyroclastic flows are known locally as "wedhus gembel" (Javanese for "shaggy goat").

From Wikipedia....

Monday, February 9, 2009

Chocolate of Java

After idiom Tea of Java is very famous..
Now I will try to introduce Chocolate of Java

If you will buy, please contact me in :

Monggo is mean Please...... try Sir and Madam
Chocolate Monggo is a home-made chocolate created in full respect of the old tradition. The genuine taste of Chocolate Monggo with 58% of cocoa gives a strong feeling of pleasure and offers a high quality without preservatives or vegetable fats added except pure cocoa butter and finest Indonesian cocoa beans. The filling are created by our Belgian Chocolatier and inspired by Belgian dan Indonesian recipes.

(Information from blog cokelat monggo)

Monday, January 26, 2009

St. Maarten Airport -- Fascinating WOW

Can you believe this....?

These are some photos of St. Maarten Airport and the planes impress most people on the beach flying over just seconds before touching down at Princess Juliana Airport. This is a just a little too close for comfort.

12 Boeing 747s operate daily to St. Maarten. The heavy jumbo is the most impressive of all and attracts the looks of everybody around...

this photo, from inside one 747 of Air France, it possible to have one idea of the small strip of beachjust before the head of the landing strip for planes in St. Maarten.