Recent Treasure Acquisition

A few hour in this year B.I.W.A Charity Bazaar gave me:
a. A beautiful purple summer batik dress
b. A hippie tie-dyed flowing skirt
c. A georgeus mixed silk pillow case for just 5,000 rupiah (!)
d. and the most “expensive” things of all: Edith Wharton’s “The Custom of the Country” and Paul Theroux‘s “The Great Railway Bazaar” for 5,000 rupiah each and which I have been unable to find in any local bookshop (and extra drops of glee because I also did something for charity).

2 komentar:

Briconcella said...

I read the great railway bazaar too! I liked it very much even if it is very "seventies".

SapiMalas said...

I'm about to read it so I'll let you know how "seventies" it gets. By the way, is it your cat in the picture? Such a cute little thing!


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