Bear in mind that most of the infrastuctures here, plants included were totally destroyed and washed away by the huge tidal wave that is the Tsunami. Only few structures managed to survive the impact if I recall correctly and suffered minimal damage. One of it is the Baiturrahim mosque with its later-built minaret seen here. I will post an article on the mosque in the blogspot SENI LAMA MELAYU (MALAY OLDEN ART) later.
Here is an inland view with the mountain Seulawah Agam in the background left. Somewhere behind it lies 'his mate' Seulawah Inong, both noted to be extint volcanoes if I remember correctly. For the record, Agam is the Acehnese word for man of male, Inong is woman or female. Thus the words Seulawah Agam and Seulawah Inong literally mean male and female Seulawah respectively!
The opposite view, that is towards the opposite direction...
And that's my wife to the right and our driver @ tourist guide to the left. That's all here for the night. Cheers! :]