Turn left at the statue and proceed past the Kantor Pos and the Bank of Indonesia and you come to the St Antonius Katolik Gereja.
And if you continue straight on this street you will eventually come to the Kepatihan Building. This is the fresh, young coconut and lemon jusice vendor with his set-up just outside the wall of the church.
Here is one of the larger hospitals here in the city. Rumah Sakit Dr. Oen (dr. Oen Sick House).
On Saturday afternoon, when we were heading for Diah (the mother, the Dad isn't a member, yet), Loan, Kiki, Lala, Luki, Moses, and Enzo's house, we crossed over one of the larger canals Kali Anyar.
This is a neighborhood/village Mas'jid on the road to Diah's home.
And finally, these are the famous "Doll-Faced monkeys" of Indonesia. They are called that because many of the monkeys wear plastic doll faces as part of their antics. The monkeys do various tricks and the boys then ask for money.