Since my last visit to Jakarta in July, I have gotten in touch with many of my Indonesian students. Some of them have married and have children; many are of marriageable age and are planning to tie the knot. How time flies!
The wedding of Anton was at Hotel Mulia, one of the luxury hotels renowned for its exquisite furnishings and state-of-the-art amenities. Co-incidentally, the previous 4 Indonesian students who invited me to their wedding had theirs at Hotel Mulia too!
The good-looking newly-weds
It was a buffet style dinner. The ballroom was beautifully decorated. There were lots of food arranged neatly on tables.
I was too busy catching up with my students that I didn't eat much that night. My hubby managed to get me some soup and Peking Duck in crepe rolls.
Anton and his classmates
I like the idea of a buffet style wedding. I have started gathering information to prepare for my son's wedding. I think he will like this. :D
After the wedding that night, another student whisked my husband and I off to Bandung to take a flight. He was treating us on a trip to Bali. Wheee....!
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