April 18, 2017
January 11, 2017
10:30 AM Raihan Fauzan
After approximately 3 weeks holiday, I started my routines again. Now, I'm going to tell you about my holiday experience. Happy reading!
My holiday began on December 24, after receiving report cards on December 23. From December 24 to January 1, I attended Math Training at Pribadi Bilingual Boarding School Bandung in order to prepare myself for the olympiad. Yahya also attended it, but only for 5 days. Thanks to that Math Training, I could improve my skill (a little). I also got many new friends. That was a really great time!
On December 31, I gathered with my big family at my aunt's house. We ate, had chat, and took pictures. Finally, on the New Year's Eve, we went to Kota Baru Parahyangan to watch the fireworks display. I took pictures of the fireworks, and I think that was amazing!
One day after the Math Training ends, I went to Bogor with my cousin, Icah, and stayed at her house. On Saturday, December 31, Icah and her parents, Om Toto and Mama Erna (that's how I call them), were from Indramayu. They stopped by and stayed at my aunt's house for 2 nights. Then I came with them to their house in Bogor.
On Monday, December 2, first day at Bogor, we just stayed at Icah's house. We were tired after the trip. On the second day, we visited my aunt's house in Jakarta. I met my cousins after long time no see. In the night, we went to Kelapa Gading to watch Cek Toko Sebelah, a movie by Ernest Prakasa (not Ernest Giovani). The film was really amusing and we had a great quality time! After that, we went back to Bogor and we were happy because Amen (his real name is Rossi), my cousin, came with us!
|After 6 years|
On Wednesday, we visited my uncle's house in Rempoa, Tangerang. We went there to pick up my cousin, Kiki. Luckily, his dad gave him permission so Kiki could come with us to Bogor! On Thursday, we went swimming at Sport Center Bukit Golf Riverside Cibubur. We were so happy because the last time we swam like this was when we were still in Elementary School. We took some pictures, and it was really fun!
In the night, my parents came to Bogor to pick me up. We stayed for one more night. Finally, we went home on Friday. Although I only had 5 days for my 'real' holiday, I got a great time.
Thank you for reading!
December 19, 2016
November 9, 2016
10:18 AM Raihan Fauzan
|Makahiya / Shameplant|
Source : gmanetwork.com
Source : myths.e2bn.org
November 1, 2016
10:52 PM Raihan Fauzan
Bandros is a double decker bus prepared for taking tourists around Bandung. It easily became an amazing attraction.
Bandung is a creative city with ngariung (gathering) culture. There are so many creative communities with high potential. You like skateboarding? Or even beatboxing? Everything’s available here in Bandung!
Come to Bandung, and you’re gonna be satisfied. Any cuisine, from Aceh to Papua, is available. Bandung also has unique cuisine, with its unique name. Cimol, cilok, batagor, gehu, and many more. Yummy!
Bandung can be great of course because of its mayor, Ridwan Kamil, who is often called as Kang Emil. Kang Emil optimizes every coherence through social media. What’s the impact? Bandung is rewarded some appreciations on public services and became the big three of Smart City in Indonesia.
|Ridwan Kamil on Twitter|
10:35 PM Raihan Fauzan
Otters are carnivorous mammals in the subfamily Lutrinae. Lutrinae is a branch of the weasel family Mustelidae, which also includes badgers, honey badgers, martens, minks, polecats, weasels, and wolverines.
The word otter derives from the old English word otor or oter. This, and cognate words in other Indo-European languages, ultimately stem from the Proto-Indo-European languages root *wódr̥, which also gave rise to the English word "water”.
The gestation period in otters is about 60 to 86 days. The holt is built under tree roots or a rocky cairn, more common in Scotland. It is lined with moss and grass.
An otter's den is called a holt or couch. Male otters are called dogs or boars, females are called bitches or sows, and their offspring are called pups. The feces of otters are typically identified by their distinctive aroma. After one month, the pup can leave the holt and after two months, it is able to swim. The pup lives with its family for approximately one year. Otters live up to 16 years; they are by nature playful, and frolic in the water with their pups. Its usual source of food is fish, and further downriver, eels, but it may sample frogs and birds.
Otters have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs. Their most striking anatomical features are the powerful webbed feet used to swim, and their seal-like abilities holding breath underwater. They are notable for their ability to use stones to break open shellfish on their stomachs. This skill must be learned by the young. Otters are active hunters, chasing prey in the water or searching the beds of rivers, lakes or the seas. Otters are playful animals and appear to engage in various behaviors for sheer enjoyment, such as making waterslides and then sliding on them into the water.
Otters hold on to each other while sleeping, so they won’t be separated <3
October 5, 2016
10:25 AM Raihan Fauzan