2 Juli – pkl 18:00 – opening ceremony (Gubernur DKI Jak)
3 Juli – Fun Bike, pameran sepeda, atraksi anjing, konser pemusik jalanan
4 Juli – konser super binatang, orang utan show
5 Juli – Lomba stand
6 Juli – Demo pengolahan herbal
7 Juli – atraksi keroncong, ondel-ondel, gambang kromong, dsb
8 Juli – atraksi terarium, penyuluhan tanaman organik
9 Juli – Kontes Sansivera
10 Juli – Pelatihan Sansivera, talkshow Sansivera
11 Juli – Pelatihan penyilangan Sansivera
12 Juli – pengolahan sampah
13 Juli – Pembuatan pupuk hayati, live DJ
14 Juli – mari membatik
15 Juli – Kontes Adinium
19 Juli – tata cara pewarnaan batik
20 Juli – penyuluhan hydroponik, pengolahan limbah plastik
21 Juli – penyuluhan oleh TRUBUS
22 Juli – membuat taman cilik
23 Juli – Penyilangan Bunga Adenium Baru
24 Juli – Fun Bike dan pameran sepeda antik
25 Juli – Ekstrem bike, Foto Bersama Binatang Buas, Teknik Budidaya Adenium
26 Juli – Demo Pembuatan Terarium, Lomba Kreativitas Anak
27 Juli – Live DJ
29 Juli – memelihara batik
30 Juli – Pembuatan Nugget Jamur Tirem & Ikan Patin, Tarian Betawi
31 Juli – Kontes Aglonema, Seminar dan panggung “Negeri Sejuta Bunga”
1 Agus – Ekstrem Bike, Lomba menggambar, Konser Tembang Merdeka
2 Agus – pkl 18:00 – closing ceremony (Gubernur DKI Jak)
These are events at JCC Senayan and PRJ kemayoran, Jakarta. Feel free to visit the exhibition. Ayo ayo tengok tengok kalau ada waktu… Pameran ada yang gratis, ada yang bayar, tergantung penyelenggaranya… 🙂 Have fun!
Exhibitions at Jakarta Convention Centre – Senayan
37 Indonesia computer
• Dyandra Promosindo,PT
14 Jul 2010 – 18 Jul 2010 Exhibition Hall A + B 62-21 3199 6077
62-21 3199 6177-277
38 Indonesia Expo 2010
• Debindo Multi
21 Jul 2010 – 25 Jul 2010 Exhibition Hall A + B 62-21 830 9716
62-21 829 8004; 8313073
39 National Food Expo
• Panorama Convex
28 Jul 2010 – 1 Aug 2010 Exhibition Hall B (62-21) 2556-5000
40 Jakarta Property Expo2010
• Rumah PromosiIndonesia, PT
31 Jul 2010 – 8 Aug 2010 Exhibition Hall A (62-21)829 3444 – 7
41 Jawa Barat Expo 2010
• Misty Total Media,PT.
5 Aug 2010 – 8 Aug 2010 Exhibition Hall B (62-21) 8370 1142
(62-21) 8379 1072
42 International TopBranded Furniture 2010
• Misty Total Media,PT.
14 Aug 2010 – 22 Aug 2010 Exhibition Hall A + B (62-21) 8370 1142
(62-21) 8379 1072
43 Gelar Batik Nusantara
• MediatamaBinakreasi, PT
18 Aug 2010 – 22 Aug 2010 Assembly Hall 1,2,3
Plenary Hall (Grd Flr)(62-21) 489 6942(62-21) 489 3056
44 Expo 2010
• Panorama Convex
30 Sep 2010 – 3 Oct 2010 Exhibition Hall A + B (62-21) 2556-5000 62-21) 2556-5005
45 The 3rd IndonesianFisheries Exhibition2010
• Wahyu Promo Citra,PT
7 Oct 2010 – 10 Oct 2010 Assembly Hall 2 Assembly Hall 3
62-21 789 2938 62-21 789 0647
46 Indonesia FurnitureShow
• Debindo MultiAdhiswasti, PT
9 Oct 2010 – 17 Oct 2010 Exhibition Hall A + B 62-21 830 9716
62-21 829 8004; 8313073
47 Hospital Expo 2010
• Okta Sejahtera Insani,PT
19 Oct 2010 – 22 Oct 2010 Assembly Hall 1,2,3 Lower Lobby Meeting Rooms
62-21 53677981/2 62-21 53677983
48 Gelar KaryaPemberdayaan
21 Oct 2010 – 24 Oct 2010 Exhibition Hall B (62-21) 8378 5878
(62-21) 8378 7396
Pusat informasi pameran, event, Expo, Bazar dan festival di Indonesia
Bagi yang mau liburan, ikut kapal pesiar sepertinya mengasikkan. Tetapi, kalau tidak dipersiapkan dengan baik, malah jadi BT dan tidak optimal liburannya. Nah, makanya, baca deh tips and tricknya.. Ok, happy holiday!
The art of cruising, like chess and cricket, takes time and expertise to master. That’s why we asked some of the most well-traveled, cruise-savvy folks we know—hundreds of readers and a handful of pros—for their best advice.
1. Traveling with a large family or a group of friends? Bring along walkie-talkies (such as Motorola’s Talkabouts) to keep everyone connected without cell phone roaming charges. Sherry Brooks, Westlake Village, Calif.
2. You’re almost always charged extra for soft drinks, beer, wine, and cocktails at meals. But if you stick to juice, you can drink for free (on most ships). Kathy Pagliei, Swarthmore, Pa. (of Accessible Journeys)
3. On every cruise we’ve taken, my wife tapes a balloon to our cabin door. That way, our stateroom stands out in the long hallway. Eli Rose, Tampa, Fla.
4. Many major cruise lines provide free passage to guests qualified to lecture on board. Call the line’s entertainment office to see if you have the necessary skills. Uvonne McCarty, Sparks, Nev.5. Nearly every cruise line will toss in one free cabin if you travel in a group of 15 or more. Carolyn Spencer Brown, Pennington, N.J. (of cruisecritic.com)
6. If you book while you’re aboard, some lines offer a discount of $175 and up on the deposit for future trips. More good news: You can usually get a refund on your deposit if you decide to cancel later. Jeff Pugel, New York, N.Y.
7. Before booking, check deck plans online to confirm your cabin isn’t beneath a well-traveled area. Many ships have a lido deck buffet, where diners eat poolside. When they drag around chairs, it can make quite the ruckus in rooms right below. N.W. Pope, Scottsdale, Ariz.
8. When cruising with our two toddlers, we book a single cabin with twin beds. Pushing them together allows us to sleep sideways, with one parent at the bottom as a guardrail. This only works if you aren’t tall! Jimmy Kung, Brooklyn, N.Y.
9. To avoid the check-out bottleneck, ask for a printout of your bill the day before disembarking. If there are any discrepancies, you can resolve them early and totally relax on your last day at sea. Jack Sigano, Nutley, N.J.
According to the author of EAT, PRAY, LOVE, in Bali, they found love. Some people really believe the story and there are similar story to the book; so a far-aunty from USA insist that I must read the book. I have the book alright, but I’m more excited to look forward to watch the movie. 🙂 What about you?
The author of Eat, Pray, Love, explains how to upgrade a run-of-the-mill trip into a life-changing journey.
By Nicholas DeRenzo, July/August 2010 issue
There are tourists, there are travelers, and then there’s Elizabeth Gilbert. The best-selling writer makes a nice living from turning simple vacations into transformative experiences. Now, with a new travelogue out, Committed, and an Eat, Pray, Love movie starring Julia Roberts on the way (opening August 13), Gilbert details how to get the most out of any trip—even if you’ve only got a week. The goal: to become part of a place rather than just pass through.
How do you break from the tourist mold andimmerse yourself in a destination?
Stay put. I’ve certainly done that exuberant, I-just-want-to-see-everything travel, where it’s two days in Bologna, two days in Milan. But those kinds of experiences never made it into Eat, Pray, Love, mostly because I never met anybody. The memories that really stick with me involve making friends. I did that in Rome, where I got to know people over the course of months and really became part of their lives. But you could just as easily spend your week’s vacation in one village. It’s amazing how quickly you can become integrated if you try.
Gilbert surrounded by souvenirs from her travels (Ban Baker/Redux) [enlarge photo]
So if you decide to stay put, how do you go about making friends?
In Rome, I just put up a sign in a local Internet café that said, “Native English speaker looking for native Italian speakers for conversational practice.” Not only did I receive free, really intensive Italian lessons, but I made four great friends who showed me the “real” Rome.
How do you document your trips?
When I’m traveling, I don’t take pictures of scenery; better photographers than me have shot plenty, and you can find that stuff anywhere. I only take pictures of the people I become friends with. Also, I never sit down to write anything unless I have one person in mind to whom I am telling the story. It helps focus the piece. I wrote Committed to my novelist friend Ann Patchett.
Is it possible to find an exotic escape without flying halfway around the world?
Sure. I’ve recently become a huge fan of Atlantic City. Step a block from the boardwalk and there are all of these incredible restaurants and stores run by the immigrants who staff the city. My husband and I live about two hours away, and we visit once a month to buy spices and goat meat from this Pakistani guy. When you’re in his shop, you sort of think to yourself, What country am I in? But you’re right behind the Trump Taj Mahal.
And what if you want to go farther for longer?
I went down to Chile for my cousin’s wedding last year. In the airport, I struck up a conversation with a couple from Vermont. They were living in Santiago for six months before setting out for the rest of South America. They were teachers with really lousy salaries, but they had been saving money for 10 years. People say they can’t afford to travel. But if you circle a date on your calendar and make that your single, greatest priority, I guarantee you that you can.
THE GILBERT GLOSSARY
If eat equals Rome, pray equals India, and love equals Bali, what does drink mean? Or explore?drinkvb
“I have really happy memories of what feels like entire weeks spent in Irish pubs.”
“My husband and I lived on $15 to $20 a day for the entire 10 months that we were traveling there.”
“For me, play is overeating, drinking a lot in the middle of the day, wandering through olive groves, and sampling amazing food covered in truffles—I consider that recreational!”
“Not just for me, but for centuries of Europeans. And it’s still underexplored in a lot of ways—and misunderstood.”
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