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... foreigner here. They're so different to me and I'm so different to them. We have staring matches that eventually just end with a smile.
Two nights ago was the first time I sat down with the family for dinner. We ate with our hands which seemed rather barbaric at first, but I accepted and adapted fairly quickly. The fish that was prepared at the market was out of this world. We had it over rice and a traditional sauce made here. I made the mistake of putting ...
... beforehand, it does not have a lot of special sights or attractions.
From KL, after a short four hour drive (yes, four hours is short once you've lived through a few horrible 24 to 36 hour bus journeys), I reached the Cameron Highlands: home of the tea plantations, strawberry farms, bee farms and biggest 'flower' of the world. Also the climate in the CH was a nice change for once, a lot of rain and freezing cold nights, like a true ...
... so accustomed to living on almost nothing a day, that going back to paying US prices for things will be hard. As will not being able to bargain for things. I imagine that will find ourselves getting into a taxi, and trying to bargain on the price, and getting thrown out onto the curb by an irate Aussie cabbie.
After several hours of looking through guide books, looking ...
... introduced themselves and like a chat when I come. Today the girls in the herbal shop give me some lemongrass tea as an early Christmas present. It is all pretty neat.
There are huge celebrations going on at the moment for the opening of a new temple in our street. Everyone has been busy the last few days making decorations to display outside their compounds and making huge ...
... such as our trip from Lipah to Jimbaran. Lipah is fairly isolated, about three hours drive from Jimbaran, which is near the airport in the southern part of the island. The first hour of this, leaving Lipah, features narrow, twisty roads next to steep drop-offs, populated by a variety of modes of transport, some mechanical, some animal. The standard practice is to drive as quickly as you can until you overtake a ...