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... fair bit of traffic because it was Sunday. All the Sunday drivers were out. I was surprised by the elaborate new express toll road that bypasses lots of traffic as you travel East from the airport.
It was nice to arrive, throw on some togs and sit by the pool until the sun went down. Which is what i think I'll be doing today and ...
... wine and is extremely strong.
As the dancers came on it became pretty obvious just how big of a celebration this was to family, friends and even neighbours who had all gathered out on the streets to watch. The dancers came out one by one and enticed men from the audience with a white ribbon which I think was to symbolise fertility as they went around the mens waist whilst they danced with the girls. After a while the dancers decided to invite us to get ...
... why I also returned yesterday just for a few quite ones recovering from severe sunburn. Later that night went to newest edition along Jl. Danau Poso called the fire shed. It is the brain child of a few Aussies. It is a simple pub with great food (head chef is Australian aswell) and memorabilia all over the place. Talking with one of the owners over a toilet visit, I was informed all the memorabilia is actually just photos printed off the net. ...
... my time in and away from the run down classrooms of Sayan 4 is great, the friends I have made from all corners of the world are simply amazing, they feel like family after such little time, and the lessons I have learnt from their simple happiness, constant smiling and appreciation although having so little ! This trip was everything I could have wished for besides the passing of my beloved friend and coach. RIP Tom Kelly. ...
As soon as I felt strong enough I hired a taxi to drive to the east coast village of Candidasa.
It is a small tourist town with lots of places to stay in along the edge of the sea.
I moved into a place called Puri Pandan and was very pleased with its very pretty bungalows and gardens with a short walk to the restaurant that looks out over the sea.
Being still quite weak the staff brought my meals to me for the first day.
The next day I heard load thumping ...