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Among various other commodities, the yellow trucks carry the Raskin supply, the government-issued 3-monthly rice issue of up to 15kg. It's a little controversial, with many people noting that the true targets of the program often missed out, a reflection of the largely external administration of the supply. This is one of many juxtapositions of the country. How is it that you can cruise through the stunning country side, valleys ...
... on Merak, the port town itself. However, on the way in we saw three, all of which looked like they would have been ok for one night. In retrospect we wished we had pushed on to the town the previous evening as that would have allowed us to get an earlier ferry. We took a wrong turn on the way in and started heading, unbeknown to us, towards a large industrial area, which went some way to explaining the over inflated hotel prices. A guy in a car very kindly went out of his way to ...
Overcast 32 / 25
Been discussing our next adventures which will likely be Bali and Thailand. Went out for some appetizers and beverages with some family members to a local establishment called Jardine's. Very open concept with a stage where bands played.
Later we went to pick up supplies for tomorrow’s boat excursion to a local beach island. Went for a car tour of Bandar Lampung.
Motorcycle of the Day: Early ...
Rain 33 / 25
Lazy morning, yes this is retirement. Light breakfast and caught up on the AirAsia plane crash. Ran some errands with our host and then went for a snack after lunch. Everybody went out for a New Year's Eve dinner (quite the feast) and then home to watch the fireworks which went on for many hours. Some dessert then everyone retired. I Skyped with my cousin in Birmingham, England.
Motorcycle of the Day: Dueling ...
... and went across the road to the Pertamina gas station to wash our hands and faces. As we emerged, one of the men came running toward us—the Jakarta-bound bus was leaving now, at 4:00! He’d already brought our packs over to put them under the bus and we climbed aboard our home for the next 25 hours.
At midnight the bus pulled over to the side of the road and the driver turned off the engine. He got out of the bus and headed for a tea stand in the dark. ...