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... mozna sie wyciszyc, mroczne niebo wypelnione setkami gwiazd, bez latarni, bez samochodow, tylko od czasu do czasu slychac szczekanie psa... Oczywiscie w takich warunkach nie mozna liczyc na goracy prysznic, Mylam sie w malej misce wody na srodku podworka a spalam pod moskitiera na materacu na podlodze w domu na palach. To byla jedna z lepszych nocy, pomimo skromnych warunkow. Wstalam po 5 rano, bez sniadania, z lokalnym przewodnikiem zdecydowalismy wspinac sie 6km do ...
... the thundering vessel enters the Great Lake and the narrow river opens into a vast expanse of water that appears to have no bank on the other side. The chugging boat opens up and belches out a thunderous groan as we pick up speed and head out into the open waters. We rest. Sleeping on the roof, maybe squinting open one eye to see who has surfaced topside. Children in longboats steering small engines with long poled propellers at the end, break the silence. ...
... a bridge, so we crossed to have a look and see if there were any decent spots to sit down. After walking the ten minutes it took to circle the island, we established that no, there weren't, so returned to the beach and sat down at a cafe for some lunch. The cafe had some loungers set up and after having a nap we returned to the bikes and rode home.
In the evening we went to the night market in town, which was best known for serving excellent fresh seafood. Walking along, ...
... and tie) and then flip flops on their feet as they forgot their shoes. we all looked funny. one sis was really kind and encouraged me to get out in the field on saturday which I was keen to do but unsure as I couldnt do much and i only had my travel clothes and shoes but she was insistent it was fine. so i decided it was off to the islands for the rest of the week and then back to the mainland on the weekend for fs and the meeting.
the first island I went to ...
... a little nervous. As we got closer we released they had all pulled over to look at the many wild monkeys that were on the fence at the side of the road. Many people were feeding them fruit and some even were drinking from soda cans etc, was a funny sight ti see. On our way back we got caught up in Sokran where the locals were chucking water and what looked like flour or talcum powder over people. Luckily we didn't get targeted ...