The Monkey Carving at Prambanan, Indonesia August 16, 2018 by Michael Lai in Travel, Travel Indonesia, Travel Theme, Tuesday Photo Challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged Indonesia, monkey, Prambanan, stone carving Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Were there real monkeys as well?
Funny, I have not seen any monkey while there. I remember seeing some at Bali.
Haven’t been to Indonesia yet. I did see monkeys in Angkor and even in Singapore…
I saw them there too. Monkeys were introduced to HK when the British built some reservoirs here – to alleviate some slope erosion problems indirectly. Now, I can see monkeys outside my window – even just now, early in the morning.
Is that right? You do have a house in a nice location.
Yes, the location is not bad, a bit rural.
Which you take advantage of, with your long walks in Nature.
Yes, but the days are hot and exceptionally rainy. I hope to get back into walking in September when temperatures fall below 30 degrees and less rainy.
Rainy season (Monsoon?) is like here? May-June to Sept-October?
Starts in March now and ends in October – two months longer than previously without climate change.
It is a bit longer than here. The times they are a-changing.
The last sentence part of the lyrics of a PPM song?
Bob Dylan. 🙂
In my younger days, I listened more to PPM than Bob Dylan.
Makes sense. I probably listened to both equally. (Not to mention Joan Baez)
Yes, Joan Baez too . . . . like Diamond and Rust
Peter Paul and Mary? 🙂 yeah I think the sang it too, but the song is by Dylan. They all sang each others’ songs then.
Dylan inducted to Hall of Fame?
I don’t know. What do you mean?
Sorry, he was awarded the Nobel Prize of Literature rather.
Yep. A bit of a joke, really. Who understands the Nobel(s)
The Nobel(s) are getting political.