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When you go to a ceremony…

When you go to a ceremony…

Wherever you go, Indonesian people will invite you to attend a ceremony. What shall I wear? How to behave in this special situation? You will be welcome everywhere with these 5 golden rules:

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1. Do use a sarong and a selendang (waistband). Also do wear a t-shirt or blouse with at least short sleeves or, if you have it, do wear the typical
kebaya.

2. Don’t sit or stand at a lever higher that the priest(s).

3. Do give or take consumptions, money, etc. with your right hand or both hands, because the left one is considered to be impure.

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4. Don´t pass in front of people who are praying.

5. Don´t enter in a temple when you have your period or when you had a baby within the last 6 weeks.

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Empeñada en disfrutar al máximo cada experiencia de mi vida, me defino como una persona extrovertida, positiva y con un cierto punto de locura. Me encanta viajar y descubrir nuevas culturas, ya sea compartiendo una comida, probando la bebida típica del país o hablando con la gente sobre la religión y otras cuestiones filosóficas mientras vemos un atardecer. En mi camino, me dijeron “no sueñes tu vida, vive tus sueños”, y en ese camino estoy, ahora haciendo parada en Bali. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I love making the most of every experience of my life, I define myself as outgoing, positive and with a touch of madness. I love travelling and discovering new cultures, sharing a meal, tasting the typical drink of the country or just talking about religion or philosophic stuff while looking at the sunset. On my way, someone told me “don´t dream your life, live your dreams”, and I am in that way indeed, now making a stop in Bali.

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