Thanks for your photo sharing. I really appreciate it.
they bring me lot of info about the old lhokseumawe, my hometown.
I asked your permission to use some of your photos for my research about Lhokseumawe. I lived in Lhokseumawe. Now, I moved to Jakarta for architectural study. if you want to know how Lhokseumawe and Arun now, you can visit my panoramio page.
hi all... I still live in Lhokseumawe, in PT Arun Housing complex.
pioneer camp has replaced now. the houses has been demolished and the bar and its swimming pools are abandoned.
since Arun Natural gas feedstock decreasing, PT Arun make lot of savings and budget cuts. So they shut down some community facilities.
L.S.; LIke to contact with the raja dynasties of Aceh for a research about the present situation of the 101 raja dynasties. Thank you.
DP Tick gRMK/Holland
facebook: Donald Tick
piękne zdjęcie,niesamowite miejsce...pozdrawiam :)
I need help... I'm originally from Sigli. My nice and nephew in Lhoksumawe. Never been home over 16 years. I'm now in Las Vegas, USA
Interior of Yurt in Rochers-de-Naye, Switzerland. You can stay the night here if you wish.
Nice to hear from you again Wahyureza, and thank you for the spelling correction. Yes, I have many many memories of Aceh and wish I could be there again. It was the most memorable time of my life. I just added some videos to the group "I Lived in Indonesia!" in FaceBook from another site in FaceBook where I added them over a year ago.
Regards - LaPhotoBonne
He probably WAS in every other hole bigger than 4 cubic feet during the 17 months he could not be found anywhere! Perhaps you know his whereabouts during those months?
We worked in Aceh 23 years ago! Not at LaFarge, but we were lucky to visit Lhok Nga and stayed a few days in some of the homes. I cannot find any of the houses after the tsunami. They were several stories high. All gone! We were shown inside the old volcano - it was breathtaking and beautiful. We spent time at the beach also and met many wonderful people.