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... gained a
wife or, your my wife now. Kirsty also mentioned that no one had asked the
woman in this who's wife they wanted to be. They were very emotionless as well,
you would not have believed they were in love. My wooden puppet I bought Shinta
was the star princess. All in all it was very good and enjoyable. ...
I've been on the road for almost 6 weeks and have only written 2 blogs so I'm way overdue. I've been in Indonesia for the past two weeks so that's what this post will be about.
Indonesia is the fourth biggest country in the world, has over 17,000 islands (8,000 of which are inhabited), and is predominantly Muslim except for Bali which is hindu. The country defies homogenization: there are hundreds of distinct ethnic groups and languages. It was incredibly difficult ...
... she put in her dish was lizard. I managed to find a couple of things including crispy Tempe, that was actually very tasty and I even had seconds. The rest was fried to smithereens and it's contents questionable. Jo had made a school boy error picking up a durian flavoured dessert, it's pungent, sickening smell filling the air. Leila has yet to sample the delightful fruit and we have been meaning to find one as Rose has said she will give her £5 if she does it Leila decided ...
For this trips, I did not plan the itinerary at all. Instead, I asked my colleague, Keri if she could shared her itinerary with me and she gladly shared with me. My sister decided to fine tune it just one day before our departure and seriously i have not taken a serious look at it.
Overall, i was plain lazy to work on the itinerary.
First stop: Cave tubing at Goa Pindul
Decided to leave the hotel early today to beat the traffic and also at least a ...
... can tell you its worth exploring every level, its five kilometres in total.
Now don’t be disappointed when you first arrive, as it looks like the temple has been unloving restored, but once you get through the very well-tended temple gardens, the temple sits atop a hill overlooking an amazing landscape. The surrounding volcanic hills and jungle are a site to behold and in every direction you the look the view is simply stunning, especially if the weather ...