Amara Bela International Hotel
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Johannes and I were on a mission early to get a solution to our battery issue. We were on the search for either a portable booster, a 24v battery or, at least, a couple 12v car batters we could wire in series to get us in the air. After stopping at a stall that sold some car batteries and various other supplies and aToyota dealership, we realized we should stop asking for a booster. No one had apparently ever heard of the concept, much less ...
slept in a bit this morning after the long day I had yesterday. I worked on some photo editing and catching up on a little bit of writing I'm behind on at the moment. Anto came by at 1100 and invited me to come to eat pizza that Mya had made for me at his friend Tedi’s house. Tedi is also from Ambone, and his wife Mya works at the hospital. They live next to the guest house (Olan’s house) that Hosanna and the kids and I first stayed ...
This morning Anto and I headed first out to Trans Hero so that I could say farewell to Pak Jayus, Edi and Tedi. It was gorgeous when we started out for Trans Hero, and I enjoyed taking in the scenery for the last time on this trip. I was glad to see the forests and ridgeline of the mountain that spans the gap between Makarti and Trans Hero with a beautiful sun behind it. When we pulled in to Pak Jayus's house he and his wife were cutting the tops off of ...
I went and found Anto outside Ibu Olan's house working on the motorcycle at 0730 this morning. I had thought we would meet up closer to 0700, so I headed down to Kusuri via a ride from a man returning there from Hohidiai after dropping his son off at school. Anto had come back from the funeral in Tobelo for his Ambonese friend at 0400, so he told me he was pretty tired already. During the trip back to Kusuri last night his kick-starter had broken off, and he was ...
When Anto and I showed up in Makarti today at 0745 we went straight to Mas Ahmad's house to start the day. He, his brother-in-law Tri, and several older men from the village were already working on constructing a 24-meter long, orange lightning road to protect people working in the sawas from patir (lightning). Makarti has already lost five farmers in the same number of years so the local government has awarded Ahmad the contract to put up two more ...