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Feb 17, 2011

Nostalgia : Pasir Mukti Village

I’ve ever written a post about my activities during three months in Pasir Mukti village, Citeureup, Indonesia. This time, I want to share a little about the village itself.

Pasir Mukti is a unique village. In the photo, you can see the long conveyor belt that passes through the village, from the calcium stone hill into a big cement factory. It’s my first time to see a very long conveyor belt (I didn’t know the actual length) passes over a village. What is a conveyor belt? It’s a continuous flexible band moved by a series of rollers to transport objects or material from one place to another.
Located between the big cement factory and the hill, this village has no other option, I guess. Though the conveyor belt moves through along the edges of village that it’s not full with houses; you can see the soft white dust on the roofs.

For me, the most annoying is the sound pollution. The movement of conveyor belt produces noisy sound. But the village people there seemed not annoyed at all, perhaps they have been used to.

This conveyor will be stopped in the night and every praying time for Moslems (several minutes) in the day. I heard this village is given regularly compensation from the factory. The given compensation can be varied; it depends on the negotiation between the local government and the factory.

Every day, about 1.00 pm, you’ll hear the sound of explosion from the mine in the hill far away. It’s not the loud one, but you still can feel the trill.

I really want to visit this village again, one day.

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12 komentar:

Vernz February 17, 2011  

wow.. what a long conveyor..the village people got used to sound eventually.. the prize of modernization...

dropping by Lina for nostalgia

momgen February 17, 2011  

Such a great memories of that place. Happy Nostalgia. Mine is ready too.

sHeNgKaY February 17, 2011  

visiting you from nostalgia..

heres mine..
http://shengkay-mylifemybuhay.blogspot.com/2011/02/missing-roxas-city-capiz.html

Self-Taught February 17, 2011  

Thank you for posting, very useful posting twitting and telling about your blog. Carlos from Tour guide's blog.

Online Unsolved Mysteries Story | Corner Mystery February 17, 2011  

terima kasih mbag lina....keep posting dan selalu setiap saat saya berlangganan disini ^_^

inday_adin February 17, 2011  

I guess when you live in that place you would get used to all the noise and things that are happening. Looks like a very interesting place. I have seen a really huge conveyor belt on our trip last summer and it carries coals. Anyway, visiting you here for NT! :)

Adin B

Aby Tukang Download February 18, 2011  

senang ya mbak mengingat kenangan2 seru di masal lalu, rasanya pengen balik lagi :D

Madzhab Bisnis OnLine February 18, 2011  

Met malam mbak Lina!
lama tak jumpa nich :p

chubskulit February 18, 2011  

That is a very long conveyor belt. Isn't it nice that all our activities are documented?

Daan lang ako sandali, am so exhausted weeee. Thanks for the greetings to hubby's birthday!!

Star-chuu February 18, 2011  

Thanks for sharing this great experience you have.

demonyitogwapito February 18, 2011  

how was the health of the people there since it is a cement factory? for all i know, inhaling air from a cement factory would affect our health because it will damage our lungs, i think.

Mel Cole February 19, 2011  

Sounds like the factory is also a blessing to the villagers...:)

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