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... phones, 2nd floor computers, 3rd & 4th floors something else but we never got beyond the 2nd!
Eating in Jakarta was tricky too. One night Bryan found a restaurant on Trip advisor and we took a taxi there. When we got there it was all steak and meat - no vegetarian. So we walked to find somewhere else. With almost nothing else around we ended up in Dominos Pizza. Well it was that or Burger King and they don't sell spicy bean burgers out here!
Another night ...
... we headed to the temple. Borobudur was built in the ninth century and is the most important temple in the world for Buddhist pilgrims, with thousands making the journey to the sight each year. This stunning temple lay hidden beneath volcanic ash and jungle growth for many years and was rediscovered in the 19th century. It was stunning and we were excited to walk up the steep steps to explore the bell shaped 'clocks' on the top. We then went to see the famous ...
Upon arrival, at the immigration desk, the immigration officer asked me where I was from on which I replied "London". He also asked me if I was married and I replied no. Typical Indonesian culture, it may sound rude to an outsider like myself but he didn't mean to say it that way. Anyway, he let me go. As we arrived at the baggage arrival, we found out our luggage was missing from the connecting flight from KL ...
... have difficulties to describe all the things I see, because it never meets the experience of actually being there, the view, the smell, the feeling you have. The words good, beautiful and amazing are not enough to describe it. Lucie and I both enjoyed the quiet days in Amed. One morning we went fishing with one of the local fishermen. We didn't catch anything unfortunately, but it was nice. And another sunrise (!), because we left at 5am. Finally I went diving again! My friend I ...
... while Asmi had parked and told us "kampongchina". With no idea where we were or why we were being tossed out of the car we decided to go for a walk into the nearest building. By this time we were both dying for a wee. So, we enter a local market, so local you could smell where the cow had just been slaughter. After a brief photo or two we had to escape the smell. We figured any toilets we might find nearby would probably be worse than that so the general consensus was that ...
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