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Blangkejeren-Langsa Through Lokop

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The journey from the city center of Blangkejeren to Langsa through Lokop only take over 7 hours drive. It was evident to break through the steep roads that cut through the mountains to get to Langsa. I tried to shoot some photos in this journey. 

Blangkejeren-Langsa Through Lokop
PLTD Apung is a offshore diesel- powered electric generating ship where formerly us The journey begins after carrying a camera and buy food and mineral water. We used double cabin car drove to break through the winding roads. I and my friends agreed to have lunch together in the Genting Pining sub-district of Gayo Lues while enjoying coffee.

The car continued until the vehicle speed reaches 60 km per hour. And winding uphill road is not a problem for us, as long as the land is solid. Our vehicles surely penetrate the field.

A few hours later, the group arrived at a dangerous climb before entering the Aih Putih Bridge, vehicles are forced one by one hill. An oncoming car head under pressure not to move a first gear…

PLTD Apung, Fascinating Ship In Residental Area

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PLTD Apung, Fascinating Ship In Residental Area- PLTD Apung becomes a favorable attraction, either the local society or outside area of Aceh. Most of Malaysian are loving to come here. Fascinating ship in residential area. PLTD Apung, Fascinating Ship In Residental Area PLTD Apung is a offshore diesel- powered electric generating ship where formerly used to supply the crisis of electricity power in Banda Aceh City. It will be used when suffering prolonged conflict. It has the weight of 2.600 ton carried by the 2004 tsunami water along 5 kilometer away from coastline and stationed in the center of local village. This floating diesel has a 63 meters length and 1,900 meters area.
What's remarkable is that this enormous ship sits right in the middle of a densely packed residential area. The tsunami hit this place hard, as is evidenced by both the presence of the ship and a smattering of smashed up houses sitting within the confines of this bizarre tourist attraction.
It's possible to …

Mie Aceh: Spicy Noodle with a Serious Piece of Pigeon

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Mie Aceh is a spicy noodle dish from Aceh that uses thick yellow noodle. Cooked well with a spicy curry. Usually served either soupy (mie kuah), half-soupy (mie goreng basah/tumis), or fried noodle (mie goreng). The Acehnese original recipe people usually use beef, goat meat, or common seafood ingredient such as prawn. How about to add pigeon meat as prawn? How good does it sounds?

Mie Aceh: Spicy Noodle with a Serious Piece of Pigeon
According to Specialist Animal Concern Consultant  Dr. Michael Imchen claim that pigeon meat is a sweet and delicate white game meat with extremely low skin fat and low cholesterol value. Pigeon meat is rich in micronutrients and a wide range of vitamins including the B complex, folate and vitamin E and K with extremely low skin fat and low cholesterol value. Luckly i had chance to taste some pigeon meat in my acehnese spicy noodle and it’s sound very appetizing for me. 
Starting from the Junior High School room chat, Agus offer us to try some pigeon meat a…

Ramadan: Tarawih at Great Baiturrahman Mosque

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Acehnese muslims attend a mass prayer session "Tarawih" marking the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in a Great Baiturrahman Mosque in Banda Aceh of Indonesia’s Aceh province on June 17. Ramadan: Tarawih at Great Baiturrahman Mosque In the first tarawih prayer Ramadan 1436 H, Great Baiturrahman Mosque is fulfilled by thousands pilgrims from various region in Aceh Province.


In between tarawih prayer short speech gave by Imam of Great Baiturrahman Mosque persuaded us to not leave tarawih prayer and society should increase the aims in the month which always waited by everyone.
Beside in Great Baiturrahman Mosque, muslim majority in the Aceh district which has 4.2 millions populations began the fasting that compatible with the schedule which had set by government.
Over a billion muslims around the world have begun observing the holy month of Ramadan, expected to abstain during daylight hours from food, drink and smoking and other physical needs from dawn till dusk each …