Thursday, May 29, 2008

Indonesian Food Slide Show

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

My Reflection About The Filed Trip

When I go to the waterfall, I was so happy. In the bus, I thought that it will be fun. When we are walking, I feel very tired because at night before that day, I slept at 10 pm. I need a rest. I need a break. If I walk in the front, I will be so slow. So, I just walk at the back. Until 1 hour, I want to go home because I really tired I want to go back to school. If the way to go back to the bus is the same way, I just want to stay.

After one and half hour, I almost there and I feel so happy. I can hear the sound and wow, the waterfall is very high. It is 150m. When I go to the waterfall, grrr the water is very cold. I really enjoy it, I like the water. It makes me feel good. I want to go there again. After Ibu. Hana said it time to go back, I feel so sad because I can’t play in there again.

After I walk and walk I feel so tired again. I need a rest again. After a long walk, I saw the bus. I feel so happy and then I ran to the bus and waiting for my bag because the person who bring my bag were not yet come. I wait in the bus drinking my drink and then he come and I take it. After the bus went back to the school, the AC is broken. I feel so hot. I want to eat ice-cream. After I come back to the class room, I was take a rest and then I continue my lesson.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Fragile Environments

In East Kalimantan, located on the island of Borneo have a mysterious rainforest. There are lots of animals there. Some of us don’t know about this rainforest. There is one waterfall, lots of trees, hawksbill turtles, sun bears and clouded leopards reside. Longtime ago, there are lots of orangutan there, but now they are not there anymore because so many people just killed them because they don’t like orangutan.

About million years ago, the river is very clean. The color is blue and there is no trash. Now the river is dirty, you only can see trash and the color is brown. So many people just leave the river dirty, they don’t want to clean it and if you go to the forest, as you can see the trees were been cut and there are lot of trash like plastic, paper, and more. And so many people burn trash or trees there.

Now the animals were getting more less because so many people killed them. If you go to that forest, you only can see birds. The other animals were not there because so many people killed them. And the plants, so many people cut so many trees and they build a house.

If you go there, what you see is a house not a forest because now there are lots of houses in there. You can not see animal except for birds. Not only birds, so many people bring goats, chickens, cats and dogs. They sell them and they feed them. They only feed there own pets. They killed a bird and they eat them not like there own pet. They don’t want to killed there pets. Now in that forest there is one public that gives the pollution to that forest. It because of the trash, they throw it to the river and the smoke.

So, if you go there please bring lots of plants and plant them. And don’t forgot to bring a plastic bag for your trash and if you see a trash, please recycle itJ


2008, the nature conservation,, accessed on 25/5/08

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Speed Test

In computer lab, I measure the speed of the internet and this is the result.

The Great Glass Lift (Chapter 25)

The other children are disappiaring. Mr. Willy Wonka looked at the small group and the only two children are Mike Teavee and Charlie and the parents are Mr and MrsTeawee and Grandpa Joe. They were going to the lift and then Mr. Willy Wonka press one of the butten. The lift was look like a glass and that was the craziest sifl that Charlie ever seen there is buttons everywhere, the glass was so thick. There is the lable on the buttons.

Mike Teavee want to go to the television room and the lable said “Television Chocolate” and then Mike Teavee was so happy. The lift go up and down and the sideway and long ways and slant ways and any other way. Mr. Teavee was so scared. The lift was flying sike a rocket. And Charlie said it was fun. Mr and Mrs. Teavee were too scared. And the door was open and everybody must be carefull because there is a lot a dangerous stuff around the room.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The Other Children Go Home (Chapter 29)

Mr. Willy Wonka press the diferent button and then the lift go lower. And then they saw three children, first, it was August gloop, he was look diferent. he was this as the straw. and then they saw Violet Beauregarde she was look healthy but she is purple. Next, they saw Veruka Salt, Mrs. Salt and Mr. Salt. They were simply covered with many garbage. And the last, they saw Mike Teavee, he was very tall. He is about ten feet and thin as a wire. After that, Mr. Eily Wonka press another button and the lift was go up until the lift was flying.

Ancient Egypt (it's only about pyramid and mummifacation)


The ancient Egyptians built pyramids as tombs for the pharaohs and their queens. The pharaohs were buried in pyramids of many different shapes and sizes from before the beginning of the Old Kingdom to the end of the Middle Kingdom.

There are about eighty pyramids known today from ancient Egypt. The three largest and best-preserved of these were built at Giza at the beginning of the Old Kingdom. The most well-known of these pyramids was built for the pharaoh Khufu. It is known as the 'Great Pyramid'.

Click HERE to go to the story about pyramids.

Click HERE to go to the explor about the pyramids.


The earliest ancient Egyptians buried their dead in small pits in the desert. The heat and dryness of the sand dehydrated the bodies quickly, creating lifelike and natural 'mummies'.

Later, the ancient Egyptians began burying their dead in coffins to protect them from wild animals in the desert. However, they realised that bodies placed in coffins decayed when they were not exposed to the hot, dry sand of the desert.
Over many centuries, the ancient Egyptians developed a method of preserving bodies so they would remain lifelike. The process included embalming the bodies and wrapping them in strips of linen. Today we call this process mummification