I caught this picture on the way to the Suroba village. Two local residents driving a pair of fixie, which is currently a trend in urban teen today. (Ayos Purwoaji/TravelBoogie)

I met these three young children while doing trekking across Baliem. At first I thought just meet with a fairies who were playing water. Apparently the three of them just children who was in the shower before doing worship in the Church. (Ayos Purwoaji/TravelBoogie)

Almost impossible for the people of Wamena to experiencing the salty-taste. But villagers Jiwika has its own way to get salt. They create the cut of banana trunks as an absorber of salty taste in Salt Spring, a small puddle of water that contains salt located on a mountain top. (Ayos Purwoaji/TravelBoogie)

The tribes of Wamena has a tradition of making mummification, this culture has been done for thousands of years. Unlike Egypt, which uses balsam technology, Wamena people make the mummy with body dry-smoke method for 200 days. They do this to honor their ancestor.