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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Indonesia # Pray for Japan

Earthquake and Tsunami Update

Updated March 16, 07:15
 

Strong earthquakes hit the Tohoku Region in the afternoon of March 11, triggering several meter high tsunami waves that caused massive destruction and loss of human lives in areas along the Pacific coast of eastern Japan, especially in Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima Prefectures. The earthquake itself caused major damage in areas close to the epicenter, as well as scattered fires and damage across the Tohoku and eastern Kanto area, although it did not cause widespread damage in any major city as seen in Kobe in 1995. The tsunami, however, caused extensive damage beyond imagination in coastal areas along the Pacific coast of northeastern Honshu.


Damaged nuclear plants Two nuclear plants at the coast of Fukushima Prefecture suffered damage from the earthquake and tsunami. Authorities have issued evacuation orders to people living within 20 kilometers of the first plant and within 10 kilometers of the second plant. Furthermore, people living within 30 kilometers of the first plant are asked not to remain indoors and close all windows.
No radiation dangerous to human health has been measured outside of the evacuation area. Prospective travelers to Japan should keep an eye on the quickly evolving matter, but avoid the sensationalist type of media as their source of information.
Power shortage
The damage to the nuclear plants is causing power shortages in Eastern Japan. As a result, rolling blackouts are carried out in the Greater Tokyo Region (except most of central Tokyo), western parts of the Tohoku Region and Niigata Prefecture for an undetermined period of time. Power is switched off for 3-hour periods in rotation between designated areas during daytime.
Some areas of Tokyo and the following major tourist destinations will be affected by the rolling blackouts: Yokohama, Kamakura, Hakone, the Fuji Five Lake region, the Izu Peninsula and Nikko.
Effects on transportation
All major airports (except Sendai Airport) are open and operating.
Due to the power shortage, many train lines in the Greater Tokyo Region are operating at reduced frequencies, stop service during certain periods of the day or are completely stopped for the entire day. All major train lines in Tokyo's city center are running, but many at a slightly reduced frequency.
  • Access to Narita Airport (Tokyo) for March 16:
    • Keisei trains, including the Skyliner, will be running according to the weekend timetable.
    • JR trains resumed operation all the way to the airport, albeit at a reduced schedule. The Narita Express remains out of service.
    • Most airport bus lines (with some exceptions) are scheduled to operate today.
  • Access to Haneda Airport (Tokyo) for March 16:
    • The Tokyo Monorail is scheduled to run according to the weekend timetable.
    • Keikyu Railways is scheduled to run according to the weekend timetable.
    • Most airport bus lines (with some exceptions) are scheduled to operate today.
All shinkansen lines, except the Tohoku/Akita/Yamagata Shinkansen, are operating normally. Service along the Tohoku Shinkansen has resumed between Tokyo and Nasu-Shiobara, but is unlikely to resume along the entire line soon due to worse than expected damage to tracks and stations.
Otherwise, train service in the Tohoku Region is taking some first steps towards normalization. Trains are now running along the entire west coast and along parts of the Tohoku Main Line. However, almost all other train lines in the region remain out of service.
Trains are running normally in the other parts of Japan, including the Kansai Region around Osaka and Kyoto, the Chubu Region around Nagoya (except some parts of Shizuoka and Yamanashi that are also affected by the blackouts), Kyushu, Shikoku, Hokkaido and Okinawa.
Effect on trips to Japan
For the above reasons, prospective tourists are advised not to visit the eastern Tohoku Region and to reconsider traveling to the Greater Tokyo Region and the western Tohoku Region in the near future. Visits to Western Japan are currently not affected by the disaster.
Because only five days have passed since the earthquake, various issues remain unclear. However, they are likely to become more comprehensible within a matter of days. If feasible, people with travel plans over the coming weeks and months are advised to observe the situation for a few more days before making eventual postponements or cancellations.


FULL CREDIT : japan-guide

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

PurE LoveStory - Plurk Layout by Eshu

Sedikit cerita kisah pernikahan kami melalui snapshot2 ituuw... hmm,,, gmn menurutmu? pasti jawabnya: narsees couple haghaghaghag XD

Windows of Couple's Life - Plurk Layout by Eshu

Bikin lagi bikin lagi layout,,,,, kali ni wallpaper desktop dr wallcoo... hoho keren2...

Silakan diunduh :)

 Buka jendela hatimu.. halah :p Klik di sini




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Selamat mencoba... \\ (^__^) //

semuanya pernah aku coba,,, aku lagi suka child married inih... hohoho, 
mengingatkanku pada si Kk di kantor T__T *sibuknyaaaaa diaaaa* 
~~~bisa ga ya berfoto spt itu dengan nyuaaaa :D

Monday, March 14, 2011

TRIPLE S Plurk Layout by Eshu

Hohoho... mba Fani,,, ini requestnya sudah saya penuhi :D


Untuk meng-copy layout di sini

gambarnya bisa dikecilin :)
 kalo kegedean

Selamat Mencoba
Arigatou ^_^


Thursday, March 10, 2011

Kura-kura Rempong

Pengalaman belanja pertamax bareng suami.... hohoho,, si Kk minta di list dulu barang yg mau dibeli.. Wedeeh ternyata banyak, dr yg bentuknya besar sampe kecil2...
Makanya dibagi 2 yg gede2 belinya di toko kelontong dkt rumah aja... 

Oalah ternyata banyak yg belum dibeli.. 
Ya sudah jadilah kita ke Giant Margo Depok. 
Hm, beli sana sini, klimpungan dah pegimana bawanya ni barang2... satu trolly penuuuhh.. naek motor pula. 
Dan, berkat kekreatifan kami berdua jadinya begini nih: saya seperti kura2 rempong haghaghaghag



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