The Obamas are behind on vacation with a 10-day outing in Indonesia. The former First Family (Malia and Sasha included) were spotted whitewater rafting on a Ayung River, outward Bongkasa Village in Badung.
The day prior, a family of 4 visited Jatiluwih encampment in Tabanan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, according to a The Jakarta Post.
After hiking by a lifelike rice fields, a Obamas visited Para Subak, where they they met with internal farmers, according to The Jakarta Post.
The Obamas arrived in Indonesia on Friday to flog off their stay in Bali. The day after their attainment they stopped by a Agung Rai Art Museum in Ubud, whose exhibits embody normal paintings, complicated works and pieces by internal artists, according to The Jakarta Post.
This is a latest of enviable trips a Obamas have taken given withdrawal a White House in January, following Barack and Michelle’s getaways to a British Virgin Islands and French Polynesia. Even while working, a former POTUS continued to transport to accommodate with universe leaders in Italy, Montréal and London.
However, this revisit to Indonesia has sentimental value for a former President—he changed to a nation during a age of 6 after his relatives divorced and his mom married an Indonesian man. He returned to live with his grandparents in Hawaii when he was 10, a Associated Press reports.