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Monday, 16 May 2016

Palace of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles, or simply Versailles (English /vɛərˈs/ vair-SY or /vərˈs/ vər-SY; French: [vɛʁsaj]), is a royal château in Versailles in the Île-de-France region of France. It is also known as the Château de Versailles.
When the château was built, Versailles was a country village; today, however, it is a wealthy suburb of Paris, some 20 kilometres (12 miles) southwest of the French capital. The court of Versailles was the centre of political power in France from 1682, when Louis XIV moved from Paris, until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in October 1789 after the beginning of the French Revolution. Versailles is therefore famous not only as a building, but as a symbol of the system of absolute monarchy of the Ancien Régime.


EDUCATION TO BUILD A BETTER FUTURE FOR ALL

           Education is a media for us to learn and be a better person. The way people learn may affect the result of it. There might be a lot of differences for the way people learn, it depends on what kind of person and also at how people reapply the education they got. Some might be can learn with a lot of things happens around and the others must have a quite place to get into that learn process. Some might be love to learn with a lot of friends around yet the others love to be alone. There are a lot of different people around us with a lot of things happens on their own mind so there will be a lot of type for the way people learn. To get the best education, we have to know which one is the best way to learn for our self.
Education will bring you to a better world.  The more experience  you have for education, and the world will more trust you, so they will appreciate you even more. That’s why we need to be serious on our education because it will guarantee your future. Education system in Indonesia make the students study all of the school subjects until they graduated from high school. It’s a good opportunity for us to search and find the match subject, one that we like the most. When we find it, we will know what we want to do in the future, what job that we want to get in the future.
As long as we life, learn everything, as much as . Education will not make you being poor, it will not make your life awful. With education you will gain respect. School as high as you can, because chance will not come twice. Do the best, make everyone proud and education will bring you happiness and bright future.

AFIRE LOVE


 Hello folks,now I will tell about one of my favourite songs by Ed Sheeran, Afire Love

"Afire Love"


Things were all good yesterday
And then the devil took your memory
And if you fell to your death today
I hope that heaven is your resting place
I heard the doctors put your chest in pain
But then that could have been the medicine
And now you're lying in the bed again
Either way I'll cry with the rest of them

My father told me, son
It's not his fault he doesn't know your face
You're not the only one
Although my grandma used to say
He used to sing

Darlin' hold me in your arms
The way you did last night
And we'll die inside
For a little while here oh

I could look into your eyes
Until the sun comes up
And we're wrapped in light and life and love
Put your open lips on mine
And slowly let them shut
For they're designed to be together oh
With your body next to mine
Our hearts will beat as one
And we set alight
We're afire love

Love, love

Things were all good yesterday
Then the devil took your breath away
Now we're left here in the pain
Black suit black tie standing in the rain
And now my family is one again
Stapled together with the strangers and a friend
Came to my mind I should paint it with a pen
Six years old I remember when

My father told me, son
It's not his fault he doesn't know your face
You're not the only one
Although my grandma used to say
He used to sing

Darlin' hold me in your arms
The way you did last night
And we'll die inside
For a little while here oh

I could look into your eyes
Until the sun comes up
And we're wrapped in light and life and love
Put your open lips on mine
And slowly let them shut
For they're designed to be together oh
With your body next to mine
Our hearts will beat as one
And we're set alight
We're afire love

Love, love

See the love, the love, the love, the love [3x]

My father and all of my family
Rise from their seats to sing hallelujah
And my mother and all of my family
Rise from their seats to say hallelujah
And my brother and all of my family
Rise from their seats to sing hallelujah
(To my brother and my sister, yeah, ah)
My father and all of my family
Rise from their seats to sing
Hallelujah

To the love, the love, the love, the love [3x]
The emotional midtempo piano tune is a dedication to Ed’s grandfather, who battled with Alzheimer’s for 20 years before his death last year. Sheeran reportedlpfinished writing the track at his grandfather’s funeral. The personal song takes listeners on a heartwrenching journey as Ed recounts the moment his grandfather succumbed to the disease and no longer recognized his grandson.
“My father told me, son/ It’s not his fault he doesn’t know your face/ And you’re not the only one,” he sings.
Ed also writes about what seemed to have been a powerful love between his grandparents, sharing loving words that his grandfather said to his grandma: “Put your open lips on mine and slowly let them shut/ For they’re designed to be together/ With your body next to mine, our hearts will beat as one/ And we’re set alight, we’re afire in love.”
The song concludes with what seems to be Ed and his family at the funeral as a gospel-choir sound echoes over the singer singing “hallelujah.”
This isn’t the first time Ed has paid tribute to his late grandfather. At the Grammy Awards back in February, he paired his Gucci suit with his Grandad’s tie. The necktie featured a pair of boxing gloves and the British Boxing Board of Control’s logo, of which Ed’s grandfather was a member.



source: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/edsheeran/afirelove.html

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

CMPRT!!

hello folks!!.. today i will tell you about my camping experience. i was camping in kiara payung camp place. i went there on December 15th,2015. i went there with 32018 by a MILITARY TRUCK!!(A GREAT TRUCK).i joined the 13th team, that comprising cahaya,farhan,fladio,baskara,satria,dhega, and raihan
we were in a same tent.we built our tent for an hour. And than we go to the field. and than we were in a welcoming ceremony.after that the ceremony were interuppted because it was raining and than we went back to our tent.after the rain stopped,we cooked some food such as rice,sardines and many more.after we ate some foods, we wnet to the scouts competition.my team was not win the game :(.when the night came,my class and i were practicing a flashmob. and we were perfoming that about at 9 o'clock. the next day my team was joining a hiking.the committe put us in the last sequence so we waited for an hour.we was unsatisfied because the hiking was not acctractive.after hiking, we went to the field and went home!!

Sunday, 6 December 2015

MY MATE, MATE IN BAD THINGS!!!!

Hello everyone,tonight.. i will tell you about one of my friend.


I have a friend in my English extra class. He is actually not only my friend from the English extra class but we are in the same school class too. His name is Kemal, Kemal muhammad Nazib.i usually called him kemem. He was born atBandung, 27th of August, year 2000. He is a pretty nice guy. We meet really often everyday because we are in the same class, which is class 10-6.he is quite a bad guy, imean.. not bad like alcoholic or something but he often forget about homework and often forget to wear pin or belt.But he is a nice friend.He is around 174 centimeters tall, his weight is around 57 kilograms. He has a curly hair. He doesn’t have a favourite color, but he says it depends on the situation. His favourite sport is football but he likes other sports too.kemal and i are in the lazy groups, fyi.. in 10-6 there are lazy group and dilligent group :).  

PAVILIUN SUNDA,TRADITION IN FLAVOUR,FLAVOUR IN TRADITION

 Hi everyone,i'm gonna tell you about a restaurant near my junior high school building.(i choose a restaurant near my jhs because i love my junior highschool

PAVILIUN SUNDA

Open Daily :
10.00-23.00 WIB
ADDRESS:
Jl LLRE Martadinata No.97 Bandung Telp 022-4267700 / 022-4267701
Twitter : @PaviliunSunda
PRICE :
Foods : Rp.3.500,00 - Rp.53.000,00
Drinks : Rp.12.500,00 - Rp. 20.000,00


 One thing you shouldn’t miss in Bandung is Masakan Sunda. There are a few that you can check it out such as Mak Uneh, Ampera, Sindang Reret, or Sambara.but i choose paviliun sunda

Paviliun Sunda located in a crowded street and located near famous factory outlets(such as heritage,secret's,etc) and fabulous hotel.So,i think you can rest here after shopping from some factory outlets or you can find your lunch or dinner here if you stay in some fabulous hotel on Martadinata street.The price is a lttle bit expensiv but not as expensive as sambel hejo and sindang reret.

Paviliun Sunda got many delicious food, if you confused about what will you choose, i'm goona give you some advice... :)))))

Gurame Rica, Tumis Bunga Papaya, Udang Bakar Madu, Pepes Jamur Merang, Pepes Ayam, and Pepes Teri are the best food in paviliun sunda, so order it and taste 'em dont forget to bought me some of them.

i think thats all from me, thank you for reading

FORT ROTTERDAM

Fort Rotterdam is a 17th-century fort in Makassar on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. It is a Dutch fort built on top of an existing fort of the Gowa Kingdom. The original fort, Jum Pandan, gave its name to the city Ujung Pandang, another name for the city of Makassar.



Fort Rotterdam lies in the heart of Makassar. It is rectangular in shape, surrounded with 7 meter wall and was equipped with six bulwarks, five of them are still visible: Bastion Bonie (after the Bone state) to the west, Bastion Boeton (Buton Island) to the northwest, Bastion Batjang (Bacan Islands) to the southwest, Bastion Mandassar to the northeast, and Bastion Amboina (Ambon) to the southeast. The sixth bulwark, Bastion Ravelin, is not visible any longer. Some of the bastions still contain some cannons. It is possible to walk over most of the ramparts. A two meter deep moat system used to surround the perimeter of the fort, however only the southwest portion of the moat can still be seen today.
Inside the fort are thirteen buildings, 11 of them are 17th-century original buildings of the fort; most are still good in condition. At the very center of the fort is a church building. Several buildings along the north and south curtain wall still exist: the buildings along the northern curtain wall were some of the oldest buildings (1686), such as the residence of the governor, residence of the senior merchant, of the captain, the predikant, and the secretary, with several storage for weapons. The government's residence at the north-westernmost is nicknamed as "the Speelman's House", however Speelman himself never actually lived in this house. The house was used by the governor of Celebes until the mid 19th-century when he moved to a more comfortable villa in Jalan Ahmad Yani. The Speelman's House now housed one half of La Galigo museum. La Galigo museum kept some prehistoric megaliths from Watampone, as well as ancient weapons, coins, shells, utensils, sketches and stamps. The buildings on the south curtain, originally a storage, housed a museum displaying local skills in silk weaving, agriculture and boatbuilding; and scale models of indigenous boats. The barracks on the eastern wall now housed a small library, featuring old Dutch books that mostly belonged to Reverend Mates, a 19th-century missionary. There is also ships' logs of VOC captains and ancient lontar manuscripts. The department of archaeology is housed in the former building of the head of the administration of VOC; the ground floor of the building, located in the southeast corner of the fort, was formerly a prison.
The other two buildings inside Fort Rotterdam were built by the Japanese during the brief Japanese occupation period.
The southwestern Bastion (Bastion Bacan) contains a prison where Prince Diponegoro was imprisoned for the rest of his life.
The fort is now used to held various events. There is a conservatory for music and dance, archive of the city, and a historic and archaeological institute.

^thats my feet on the top of little tunnel.. i'm sorry that i can't show you the building.. because my camera's memory cards are broken