Last outfit post from our trip to Semarang from last month. Yep, it took almost a whole month to talk about this short trip. Strange how that works out, huh? On the last day, we really didn't do anything but start packing for our train trip home. It has been years since the last time we all as a family rode on a train together. Obviously, with every other trips out of town, we had to bring as much traditional and regional food as possible - both for ourselves and for our friends and colleagues. We spent the last few hours before we had to go to the train station scouring food we would want to bring back home. We arrived at the station around half an hour early. The train hadn't even arrived yet. My sister and I took this opportunity to snap some shots of my outfit inside the station. Stasiun Tawang is the biggest and second-oldest station in Semarang. It was open for public in 1868. The station has a unique way of welcoming each train that arrives there by playing our traditional music of Gambang Semarang by piano, which sounds absolutely cheery and joyful. I love the copper abundance in the structure. Old train stations, am I right?