Food, Indonesia

Traditional Market Oesapa Kupang

August 7, 2015

As an Indonesian, It is quite a shame for me never travel beyond Java Island and Bali. Well, there was this one time I went to Bangka Belitung somewhere in Sumatra Island, but it was a mandatory school trip. This summer I went to Kupang, It is a place that share the same island as Timor-Leste. I went there for a personal, religious, and health reason. So yes, there’s no earth-shattering moment to tell. The most interesting part was only when I visited the traditional market near in the beach and let me tell you that I really, really, really love to go to any kind of market. I find it very fascinating and refreshing. As it is located in the beach, there is no surprise to find lots of fresh, just-catch fishes and any other sea creatures.

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Pictures below were not located in Oesapa Beach, but it is where I stay for eight days in Kupang. Everything in this place called ‘Mekon’ is organic and eco-friendly.

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P.S.: I know that my pictures are not professional enough, but I’ll try my best to improve more in photography.

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