The time’s changing again…. (the DST is applied)

So this is the 4th time for me to experience the time-change in Europe for the graduate study part of my life. The clock was advanced 1 hour yesterday (Sunday, 29th March 2009) which means the summer time (day-light saving time) is applied now.

4 Responses to “The time’s changing again…. (the DST is applied)”

  1. 1 widihandoyo March 31, 2009 at 10:50 pm

    yes.. time is changing..hehehehe..

  2. 3 Ibu Catherine April 17, 2009 at 10:49 am

    It was nice to see your blog, and particularly to see photos of your travel and your home and parents (they haven’t aged much). Any news of the reunion of SIP in Jakarta in January? I’m still planning to go! I’m currently teaching French at the Alliance Francaise here in Wellington. Banyak teman2 dari Indonesia disini. See you soon I hope and have fun in Europe!

    • 4 Dafferianto Trinugroho April 17, 2009 at 12:10 pm

      @Ibu Catherine:

      Thank you for visiting my personal blog. If you write one, I’d also like to visit.
      Thankfully my parents haven’t aged much and are still active as well. But I haven’t met them for almost 1.5 years now, I really miss them.
      I haven’t been updated for the 2010 ex-SIP reunion, probably I’ll try contacting some ex-SIP friends. I’ll let you know as soon as I get more info on this. If you have more info, I’d be grateful if you mind sharing too 🙂
      So Ibu Catherine, how do you like Wellington? Is life enjoyful there (let’s say) compared when you were in France? Maybe I can learn some French from you as well 🙂 Currently I’m trying to get more into Deutsch, but just like the Italian language, it’s quite difficult as well. I just don’t get the idea of giving every object a gender. Bahasa Indonesia is still for sure the easiest language (I think) 😀

      How’s Thomas? He has grown tall I bet.

      OK, hope you enjoy the weekend, regards to your family.

      Best regards,

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