Calendar 2010

Year 2009 will end soon…. so I think it is the best time to prepare the new calendar for the upcoming year. I still use the same template as I create calendar 2009, you can see the link here. And you need to know that it is very difficult to create one universal calendar that can be used for all people in the world…. the reason is different holidays, for example: in Indonesia 25th December is a holiday but in Taiwan isn’t a holiday hehe. The other example is every country has different independence day and national day… so I just create calendar with red highlight on Sunday hehe…

January 2010:

February 2010:

March 2010:

April 2010:

May 2010:

June 2010:

July 2010:

August 2010:

September 2010:

October 2010:

November 2010:

December 2010:

For bigger version (original version), it’s better to download here. I just use low quality for pdf settings (but I already check it still okay to be seen) in order to save the space and the time to download the file…. many people don’t want to wait so long when they downloading the file….

Anyway hope you like it and we wish you “Happy New Year 2010” ~ I hope next year will be better than this year hehe….


9 thoughts on “Calendar 2010

  1. @Fili:
    Sometimes B&W photo gives you more feeling compare with color photo ~ but people sometimes don’t understand it and ask me “Why you make it black & white?” hehe….

  2. Thanks for your valuable comments.
    My itinerary: Cirebon, Slawi-Guci, Pekalongan, Semarang, Salatiga, Kopeng, Yogya, Purwokerto, Cilacap, and Bandung. [7 days]
    – The perspective church @ St.Joseph, Cirebon
    – The fresh landscape & 2 tang bottle statue @ Duta Wisata Garden Hotel, Slawi, Guci-Tegal [Natural hot-spring swimming pool] belongs to 2 Tang tea Co.
    – The beautiful girl – Dewi [170cm] is the Batik Museum’s guide @ Pekalongan
    – The colorful swimming pool @ Grand Wahid Hotel, Salatiga
    – Kentongan @ Lesehan Restaurant – Kopeng.
    – The patern house & water reflection @ Ahadiat Resort Hotel, Setrasari, Bandung
    – The Cathedral @ Jl. Merdeka, Bandung

  3. Aw, this was a very nice post. In concept I wish to put in writing like this moreover – taking time and actual effort to make a very good article… but what can I say… I procrastinate alot and on no account seem to get one thing done.

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