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Natural Vegan Non-toxic, Sustainable, KAPOK fiber bedding, doona's quilts duvets, pillows and mattresses. All your alternative bedding answers are here with chemical free long lasting Kapok. We are using a new technique to 'blow' our kapok pillows and doona's and I am sure you will all be really pleased with the results.
Because we make the doona's here in Australia we are able to offer a personalised service. We have noted that in some couples one of the partners sleeps hot and the other sleeps cold....we have a solution, for a little extra we can make your queen or king size doona 1/2-1/2, in other words we can make one side of it with summer weight kapok fill and the other half with winter weight. Tailor made doona's. Send us an email with your requirements and we will contact you.
See under KAPOK in the category listings to the left for our other kapok products.
Timor Treasures has an extensive selection of hand woven ikat weaving textiles suitable for everyone. Collectors and museums will find a range unequalled elsewhere on the internet. Scarves/selendang, Blankets/selimut, Sarong/tais. Each one unique. All hand woven on a simple back-strap loom and sometimes using natural dyes such as indigo, the brick red morinda and often using hand-spun cotton from West Timor, which is one of the only islands in the world still creating authentic tribal art and textiles. Masks, statues, betel nut containers, bone scrimshaw, grass woven baskets and mats, billum bags and horse saddle bags all truly traditional tribal handcraft....can be found by browsing the categories to the left. If you want to look for craft from specific areas just clik the arrow on the Manufacturers drop down then clik the area you are interested in.
FOSSIL Timor Permain, upper Triassic ammonites, blastoids, crinoids, internal and external brachiopods and bi-valves.
You are welcome to phone me, Julie Emery, on 0011 61 7 54491498 or email any questions.
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Reading glasses and vegetable seeds are also in great need and you can be assured that they are given directly to the recipients. Donations can be sent to 132 Sudholz rd, Verrierdale 4562 Qld. 07 5449 1498. Blessings and thanks from Julie and Delphi.
Timor is a land of contrast which could not be shown more clearly than by these OJEK riders who were having a free dress day. These tireless fellows ferry villagers and goods to and from their kampungs off the Trans the Timor Highway that runs like a twisted spine along the mountainous center of the island. The roads they traverse are like the ribs off the spine that carry hum of daily life in Timor are often treacherous and usually eroded and heavily potholed (and we are not even talking about wet season travel here).
My Canadian compatriot Aja and I left the animist village of Boti late one afternoon having gone in to pay our respects to the family after the death of the King Ama Usif Benu. We were walking out along the river bed, as the sun was setting and with miles to go, in the company of 2 Botinese traders. It was clear after a few kilometers we were not going to make the main road before pitch dark so Pak Simon ran off up a side track and enlisted his son and a friend to get us to the main road to catch a night bus, ...that is when I found out just how amazing the OJEK riders (motorcycle taxis) are....forging along boulder strewn river beds, up steep hillsides rife with landslides, adhering to 10cm wide goat tracks all on scooters of 100cc or less...these guys are a doco waiting to be made!.