Presentation on theme: "INDONESIA BY Troy Middleton This is the national Emblem of Indonesia & flag Red represents courage while white represents purity of intent. The Naval."— Presentation transcript:
INDONESIA BY Troy Middleton
This is the national Emblem of Indonesia & flag Red represents courage while white represents purity of intent. The Naval Jack of Indonesia
This is Indonesia's money
Duck salad Best restaurant Food at Lombok
More food Traditional desert Grandma’s cake Traditional desert Snake skin fruit with out the peal Snake skin fruit Traditional desert
Taman safari Feeding hippos crocodiles Me &baby Orangutan Olan Lion sitting on rock Malayan Tapir Elephant & baby
Taman safari again Komodo dragon Elephant & family Grey Crowned Crane Springbok Bear sitting
Taman safari again Tiger waiting to get feed Giraffe Me & dad riding A elephant Penguin owl Moose Boar with 4 horns
Kidzaina Fire fighter In jail pretending to be a police officer Making chocolate Washing windows Counting kidzos Acting in Peter pan Chiropractic salons
Ramadan When is Ramadan in Ramadan is a special time for Muslims across the world. Falling in the tenth month of Shawwal, the Islamic calendar, it was at this time of the year when the Angel Gibril revealed to the Prophet Mohammed Allah’s will and so were written the very first verses of the Holy Qur'an. The month of Ramadan is spent fasting from dawn to dusk everyday - it is a time to introspect, reflect and reinforce the bond between the Almighty and the faithful. Ramadan culminates in the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr - when the period of restraint ends in an extravagant explosion of joie de vivre, festivities and feasting. The devout gather together to offer Eid prayers and greet each other in a rejuvenated spirit of camaraderie. Eid is a day of thanksgiving, of peace, of remembrance, of charity and of forgiveness, celebrated amidst great jubilation once the delicate silver sliver of the crescent moon has been sighted. The festival of Eid-ul-Fitr forges fraternal and communal love, self-discipline and commitment to Allah.
Christmas Christmas is celebrated in Indonesia with great fun and devotion. Despite being a Muslim country, Christmas is a popular festival in Indonesia Holiday calendar. Christmas is a public holiday in Indonesia and is celebrated by its people of different religions. Christmas is recognized as a national holiday in the country. All the shopping malls and departmental stores are decorated. It is advisable to shop well in advance for Christmas in Indonesia as the markets only sells the gifts and accessories till the stock lasts with them. So plan your shopping list and budget well in advance for Christmas. Main city centres, shopping malls and markets are beautiful decorated throughout the country. Night Parties and Christmas celebrations are held in almost all the hotels in Bali and Jakarta. Christmas communities in Indonesia organize various parties and small gifts are distributed to children. Christmas in Indonesia is also celebrated in schools and colleges. Christmas celebrations are held in almost all the schools and colleges. Christmas carols are sung by children and gifts are presented to them by Santa. Christmas in Bali, Indonesia: As Bali is the most popular tourist place in Indonesia, Christmas fun gets doubled with beach parties and celebrations. The hotels are nicely decorated with beautiful wreath and a merry Christmas tree. These hotels in Bali and other regions of Indonesia welcome there western tourists with tall decorated Christmas trees. Special functions are held on the eve of Christmas in the hotels and resorts. Tourists just love these Christmas celebrations in different parts of Indonesia.
International School Computers I’m in my Aunties class Clown Photo Yas reading Photo of my auntie's class
Stop monkeying around Monkey eating peanuts Monkey looking around Monkey & her baby A View of where the monkeys live
Land marks This is the Monas monument Tall building Hindu Statue Indonesian house Shopping Mall
What would it be like to live there? I think my family could easily live in INDONESIA because every think is really cheap like 20 for a bottle of water & we would always have some thing to do. I think we could live there!