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"Her name is Ibu (Mrs) Kasih (love), she’s 90 years old and is still selling pecel (steamed veggies with peanut sauce) at Sosrowijayan street in Jogja [in Java, Indonesia]."

Photo and quote by Alda, Matador member.

With only a handful of mud brick houses and a government run school, Dulal Village doesn’t often catch the attention of curious travelers.

"[This is] my star pupil, Susana. For my teaching placement in the village, I was given the opportunity of teaching 7-, 8-, and 9-year-old local students English six days a week. Here, Susana practices grammar in front of the class."

Photo and caption by Will, Matador member.