I was so enjoying the atmosphere, it's so ethnic with the dupa smell (traditional aroma therapy) all around the shop and the gending jawa song (Javanese traditional song). We were so enjoying the moment for we didn't realize we had spent quiet long times searching for batik at the shop. It was almost 9 pm, the officer had announced all the customers through the microphone that the shop was going to close at 9 pm. Knowing that the shop was going to close soon, we decided to come again here tomorrow night, because we still needed to buy some batiks for oleh-oleh (gift).
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