Like many other fathers during this time of year, Barack Obama has packaged adult a family for a vacation to a place that was special to him as a kid.
The family arrived on Friday in Bali, Indonesia, for a 10-day vacation in a nation where he once lived when he was 6 years old, and they already have their nonsensical family shots of them whitewater rafting together checked off a list.
Barack and mom Michelle were speckled rafting with daughters Sasha, 16, and Malia, 18, on Monday, alternately looking stoic and smiling as they done their approach down a Ayung River.
They will be spending a bulk of their vacation in Ubud, an humanities and enlightenment center, and will be holding a outing to Yogyakarta, where Obama’s mother, Ann Dunham, once did anthropomorphic research, according to The Associated Press.
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Obama lived in Indonesia from when he was 6 to when he was 10 after his mom married an Indonesia male and worked as an anthropologist.
Obama afterwards changed behind to his home state of Hawaii to live with his grandparents.
Ahead of their rafting trip, a family was seen on Sunday taking a travel on a rice patio in Jatiluwih on Bali, that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, according to a AP.
The family outing comes a few months before Malia will conduct off to Harvard University for her beginner year after doing a opening year following her high propagandize graduation.
She will also applaud her 19th birthday shortly after a outing on Jul 4.
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