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... Andy who owns a coffee helps me and drives me to get to spare parts all over the city around. Also, we find by chance someone who has a measuring instrument for adjusting the cylinder. The balance is not perfect and I do adjust it. Incidentally, I notice that the choke cable is too tight. Of course this is not good when the choke is pulled all the time and therefore the engine constantly running too rich. It is clear to me that this is one of the problems ...
... but I cannot take pictures of
them. An elderly women was trying to sell something in the hospital, she was
almost bent double under the things she carried on her back.
Today in the afternoon I received from one of the learners a
recipe for persistent coughing. One cup of lemon grass tea in the morning, in
the afternoon eat sawo fruit and at night drink sweet soya sauce with lime. If
I ever can find out what sawo is I might try ...
... along the foot of the volcano were destroyed, cows were killed and rivers are gone. We reach the top however, we are not greeted by the sight of Mt Merapi as it was covered by clouds. So much for the bump ride up. There is a underground bunker that was built for people to hide in case of eruption. However, it defects the purpose as 2 people was found "cooked" alive in the bunker. The lava was 1000 degree cel even with the thick wall surrounding the bunker. The heat in ...
... it you ask.
Sat having breakfast, I grabbed the sugar only to find a small lizard sitting in the bowl. Never tiried lizard, but Christian kindly allowed it the opportunity to escape.
Leaving the hostel in the dark, we started the trek. The trek is not at all hard, last no more than five hours and leads you up to the base of the volcano, it is possible to go up to the crater, but from the otherside, plus this volcano has a lava cap, so you ...
... of the construction each temple was intended for a family, the central temples for the Royal family, the smaller for the rest of the families in the area.
The temples were abandoned probably around the 10th Century and at some point destroyed by an erthquake, and while the locals knew of the site (and they used stones from the complex as building materials for their houses) they didn't know the origin of the site, which created the legend of the 1000 temples.