This post is a brief hello to say that I have made it and am doing well on my 3rd day here. After 28 hours of travel time, I finally arrived in Medan (Indonesia’s 3rd largest city and provincial capital of North Sumatra) on Sunday morning, April 1st. We spent the night there and then traveled by car to Balige on Monday. Because of traffic and a windy road with potholes, the journey took about 7 hours.
Enjoy these two photos below. First, one in Medan, then one of some of the students singing as I arrived at the HKBP Deaconess School. Stories, more photos, and video (I hope) to come.
2 responses to “Horas from Indonesia”
Yay for you on your arrival in Indonesia, Megan, and fun to see a picture of this musical and warm (no pun intended) group welcome! I’m intrigued by the coconut, and happy that you are living out your love of adventure and travel and warm places, along with your calling to serve where you are needed at such a time as this. It’s a win-win!
Love and prayers,
Love the coconut picture! One of my favorite treats in Costa Rica, too! Blessings on this journey, Megan – we are thinking of you here in Tico-landia. Thanks for all of the posts!