Indonesia, Bangka, 2011
Bangka is an island on which since 1997 the villagers became rich, because in that year the government had relaxed the strict tin mining rights. There are also pepper, palmoil and rubber plantations for export. Because there is so much more work here than elsewhere in Indonesia, lots of workers from Jawa and Sumatera are coming here.
The houses on the plantations like on these pictures are not constantly inhabited, but only half of the week. Every house has a waterhole in the forest.