Alex used to serve me always a beer “baridi sana” during my long visits in Nairobi.
A small Balinese truck loaded with fresh purple mangosteen stoping on the way to a fruit market.
Sumbawa island located in the chain of Lesser Sunda Islands was famous for its horses and sandalwood during East Indies time. Today this sparsely populated island is far from trade routes and tourist trails.
Brick burning brings modest income.
Balinese volunteer helps to tame traffic chaos during Art Festival in Denpasar.
I bought a very old charcoal iron in Hoi An and some 15th century ceramic coming from famous Hoi An wreck in Singapore. I remember shopping and town’s flavor. I can still memorize some local women. I’m just not sure if everybody wore a hat 😉
Un portrait d’une femme. Elle collectées des pierres pour la vente sur une plage volcanique noire près de Sanur.
The beginnings tend to be difficult. You sell one fruit, then two fruits. One day you will get a capital for 10 fruits. So, maybe a bank loan ? A mission impossible ?
Greetings to Arundhati Roy 🙂
The old man sitting at the front of a shop in Kuta. He is weaving a mat. The beach is only 100 meters away from him. Maybe someone of a few tourists visiting South Lombok buys his mat ?