Volcanic ash has fallen, cover up my hometown Jogja on February 14th, thicker than ever. Those massive volcanic ashes are from Mount Kelud's major eruption which more than 200 km from Jogja. Gloomy morning for us, no more pinky valentine. Hope everything will back to normal, or even better.
It was my first visit to Fauna and Ornamental Plant Market of Yogyakarta, never had a thought that this place was quite crowded. Perhaps it would always be fulfill with buyers if they keep neat and clean to make the visitors comfortable. And I've documented some stuff that got my attentions.
Wonderful Wednesday Night at Sultan Agung Football Stadium, watching Liverpool FC U-17 against Frenz United Indonesia. Another memorable moment with the love of my life football club, Liverpool FC, after LFC Tour 2013; Jakarta last year.
Vegetation around this coastal is one of the visitor's favorite. Don't hesitate to spend your weekend here. Do not need to bring your own picnic treat, only bring some money to order fresh seafood cuisine. Just enjoy the food, wind, shore, under the tree.
Horse Racing Track
Sultan Agung Stadium
November 3rd, 2013
This horse racing is an annual event for Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X Cup. Finest horses from all around Indonesia, raced to be the champions for several categories.
Horse racing isn't yet popular in my hometown (compared to Europe or America) but this kind of event always caught every local attention. They were filled the area enthusiastic, didn't feel hard sunlight and dusty air. They brought their family here, like something very interesting waiting for them. Too bad that the racetrack doesn't have enough facilities for the crowd, so they just watched the race from wherever they like without any rules, appropriate place, and prohibition. Perhaps, the authorities would found out how to make this horse racing track a lot better, and greater events would be coming soon.