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Taylor Swifts 4th Album

Red was a 4th album by a multi-Grammy singer, Taylor Swift. Since her 4th album was released about a year ago she has broken some records and beat other artists. About a year ago Swift has released her 4th album called Red on October, 22nd 2012. Before, she has announced her 4th album and released her first single We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together on August, 13th 2012 via Live Web chat on YouTube to over 72,500 viewers. On her Live Web chat she answered some fans questions from Google+ and sang her first single from Red We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together for the first time. After Live Web chat she also sang some her singles which is not released yet at that time such as Begin Again and 22. After We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together was released, the song reached the top position on the iTunes singles chart in 50 minutes, hence breaking the previous record held by Lady Gaga's song "Born This Way" with a record of an hour, making "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" the fastest selling single in digital history. It also reached at the top of the iTunes in thirty-two countries. One week after Red was released, it become the fastest-selling album in over ten years after selling 1.208 million copies in its first week. Taylor Swift has released two editions of Red, the first one is Red Standard Edition which is has 16 songs in it and the second one is Red Deluxe Edition which is has 6 extra songs. Swift has announced about Red Tour on October, 25th 2012. The tour will be on America only and the tour started on March, 13th 2013. But, on May 2013 Swift announced the Red World Tour will be on Australia and New Zealand from November until December 2013 and the rumor said that The Red World Tour also will be come to Asia and Europe and Indonesia is the one, it will be held on 2014. Swift also brought some guest stars on her tour such as Austin Mahone and Ed Sheeran. She also sang some surprise songs on tour like her unreleased songs or other singers songs or her songs from other albums acoustically. On August, 20th 2013 Swifts tour has broken the record for the most sold out shows! Now, Taylor holds the most sold out shows by solo artist with a total of eleven shows, surpassing artist such as Madonna and Britney Spears. What an incredible! Her singles from Red, her Red Tour and Her album all are amazing.

Pangandaran Beach
The tour to Pangandaran Beach started on holiday last semester. We decided to go to Pangandaran Beach by our motorbike. That was very interesting tour. Riding a motorbike from my hometown, Cirebon, to Pangandaran Beach with my best friends made me feel exited. The tour to Pangandaran Beach began at 09.00 a.m. in the morning and it took 5 hours riding to Pangandaran Beach. There were so many story that my friends and I got when we were in the tour such as there was my friend who got lost, ran out of fuel in the middle of jungle, and so forth. But it was interesting, because it was the first moment that I ever had in touring. We arrived at Pangandaran Beach at 02.00 p.m. and we stright to move to the beach. At beach we just lied down there to stretch our muscle because of 5 hours riding. We also had a lunch there by eating some foods that we brought from Cirebon. That was very nice moment when we shared our own food to others. After we had enough rest, we began to explore Pangandaran Beach. Started by exploring the beach, and the sea using rented boat. Then we went to dive by renting some diving equipment. We could see many coral there. We just had 2 hours to enjoy Pangandaran Beach because we had to come back to Cirebon. We came back to Cirebon at 04.00 p.m. It was imposible to ride in the night, so we just decided to stay over in our friend house in Ciamis and we started to come back in the morning. That was very nice experience that I and my friends ever had. We would never forget that moment.

Leang Leang Cave


On Sunday, my parents, my sister and I visited a cave at Maros called Leang-leang . It was my first time to visit the cave. The cave was famous for its primitive cave wall paintings which were some hand prints and wild boar paintings. The cave and its surroundings was turned into a national park, so it was taken care of. My parents took a rest in a small hut for visitors of the park, while my sister and I adventured around the cave with a guide. We had to climb some metal stairs to get to the cave, because the cave was embedded into a small mountain. Next stop was a place where some seashells littered the ground and some were actually piled into a big mound! The guide said that these piles of seashells are called kjokkenmoddinger, or kitchen trash. The humans who lived here ate the shells and dumped the left overs in their 'kitchen'. The last place was a small museum where they have skeletons of the humans who lived in the caves. The skeletons along with some roughly made jewelry and weapons were placed inside glass cases for display. The walls of the museum were adorned with photographs taken when they did an excavation there. After a quick lunch with my sister and my parents, we decided it was time to go back home. We really had the time of our lives!