Reception area of the Six Degree Hostel. Tony with Nacho, one of three cool Spanish guys who were staying there.
Next to a pool table at the Six Degree Hostel. Tony with the three Spanish guys.
Tony in front of the National Monument located in Merdeka Square in central Jakarta. The Monument was built to commemorate Indonesia’s struggle for independence. It stands at 132 metres (433 feet) in height.
Again at the National Monument. Tony with the three Spanish guys.
Tony in front of a bajaj. These three-wheeled vehicles are used as taxis to transport people around the city.
Tony inside the bajaj.
The Green School, Central Bali
Friday, 24th April 2015
The Green School is a world famous school, renowned for offering an alternative more environmental and open-minded education to children of international backgrounds. Some scholarships are offered to children from Indonesia.
Tony playing drums.
Another shot of Tony playing drums at the Green School.
Tony rotating a shiny coloured ball or disk on the end of a thin rope. The ideas is to spin it in a sideways motion without using the wrist!
Another photo of Tony rotating the shiny coloured ball.
Tony with the school children and teachers sitting in a circle on the floor playing drops.
Pontianak, West Kalimantan
Pontianak is located on Borneo, the third largest island in the world geographically.
Friday, 8th May 2015
Tony with Dwi and Eric inside the Equator Monument. Pontianak is the largest city that sits right on the Equator and this monument marks that invisible line. The original monument, built in 1928 out of wood and metal, can be seen in the middle. This is now enclosed by a larger structure. In fact, this no longer marks the true location, because the land has shifted since the monument was built, and the actual line of the Equator is now outside the building. The monument is 3 kilometres (2 miles) from the city centre.
Fenni and Tony outside the Equator Monument.
Saturday, 9th May 2015
Tony being interviewed by Emy in a café.
Tony with Emy and Dwi at the café.
Tony with Emy, Dwi and another guy at the café.
Tony with friends. Group photo at a meeting of the Backpacker Dunia Kalimantan Barat community. In English the name translates as ‘World Backpacker Community of West Kalimantan’. 22 people in total.
Group sitting around a table listening to Tony, who is holding a microphone.
Looking through a window into the bar. The group still listening to Tony.
Another guy talking. He was a backpacker/couchsurfer from Germany.
A lady speaking into the microphone.
Tony with Emy, Dwi, the couchsurfer from Germany, and four others, locals from West Kalimantan.
Group holding a ‘Backpacker Dunia Kalimantan Barat’ banner.
Four beautiful local Indonesian girls.