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... Well, there was Caroline, but although she had noted that I seemed a bit quiet that evening, she assumed it was because I was sad that trip was ending. So, she just chose to go to the gym. I suppose, its only if you like someone that you actually choose to spend your energy on trying to understand that person. So, I wrote a little bit as I had the wine. She joined me at 7 pm, and she got a glass of champagne. I had hoped that we would just order some tapas and ...
... nice meandering walk back into Ubud and we were pretty tired out. In the nicest possible way- we were having a lovely little time.
Next day we had booked ourselves onto a cooking class, the other must-do activity here. This is the third cooking class we've taken on this trip (Chilean, Indian and Indonesian cuisine at our place once we're back, anyone?!) so we had some idea how it might work. This one was a bit different though as the class size was much bigger at fifteen or ...
... there was some unidentifiable weird stuff as well. A plate of what tasted like deep fried liquorice and a lovely big bowl of squidgy green stuff but hey, we had chips! We ate it quickly before the nightly invasion of thousands of flies turned up to spoil it. The weird stuff got shovelled into an empty Pringles tube and stashed at the very bottom of the bin.
We were awoken at 5am by an Islamic call to prayer which was being belted out across town at Kumai. It ...
Happy Halloween! Up at Sparrows **** for flight to Jakarta. Hannah chauffeured me to Welly airport where we shared a last brew and muffin before departing for the lads only part of the trip. It was sad to say goodbye but we'll be meeting back up in November in Bali. Sorry if the next few posts are somewhat light on content as we’re heading to a place called Krui on the southern tip of Sumatra, staying in ...
We'd managed some fitful sleep when the plane landed in Jakarta around 1am. We purchased our entry visas, collected our bags and went off in search of somewhere to sleep. A closed airport coffee shop provided some seating, and we joined a few other weary travellers in snoozing until daylight arrived.
The first bus to Gambir station left at 5am, and arrived in the bus station just as the heavens opened, so we dashed on to ...
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