He lost both legs during the Jakarta Marriott bomb blast in 2009, but after three years of intense training and rehabilitation, Dutchman Max Boon is back on his feet again, and back in the country he loves.
JIMBARAN (Bali) - Ten years ago this month, many of them rushed to Bali, anxious about the safety of their loved ones after terrorists set off bombs that killed 202 people and devastated the resort island's economy.
He came decked out in the Singapore Cricket Club (SCC) rugby team jersey of 2002, baggy from years of wash and wear, but entirely suited to the solemn occasion.
Jimbaran (Bali): Over 1,000 Indonesians, Australians and others gathered at a simple and solemn ceremony at an open-air plaza here to remember the 202 who lost their lives in the Bali bombings 10 years ago.
SYDNEY - When Mrs Sandra Thompson lost the second oldest of her seven children in the Bali blasts a decade ago, she did not just lose a son, she lost her family.
DENPASAR - After the Bali blasts, housewife Hayati Eka Laksmi, 32, had to wait a week to find out for sure whether her husband Imawan Sardjono, a fireman, was really dead.
DENPASAR - Marketing manager Thiolina Marpaung was sitting in the back of a Toyota Kijang with two colleagues when they felt the vehicle being hit from the rear.
DENPASAR - Three days after the Bali bombs exploded, Ms Ngesti Puji Rahayu woke up at Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar with a stinging sensation on her left side.
DENPASAR - As survivors and victims' families mark the 10 years since the Bali bombings on Friday, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono declared that the attack had failed to produce what their perpetrators hoped for.
KUTA, Bali : CIVIL servant Bambang Priyanto, then 43 and responsible for traffic in the Kuta area, was reading in bed when he heard a powerful explosion.