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... was not in play for the ceremony. May first being a national holiday in Indonesia, the course was very busy with twosomes and foursomes playing back to back. With a quick and decisive sidestep, I moved the ceremony from the green of the 15th to the tee box of the 16th hole. This would necessitate the golfers playing around us, but would put us out of danger of flying projectiles.
Our friend Melanie Hill led the gallery in humming “Here Comes ...
... ground with a menacing stare
The squeaky chatter of a thousand flying foxes returning to their hanging branches
Following the call of the Gibbons at daybreak
Swinging through the trees Tarzan style (the gibbons, not me)
Whooping it up with the morning love song
Whoop, whoop, whoop - Whoooooooo
"It's gonna be another great day!"
Wake up and smell the coffee!
Our dog Chandini is the smartest dog in the world. This is not an overstatement, she is truly exceptional. This fact was driven home this morning on the Rumbai Golf Course, one of Chandi's favorite places in the world. But I am getting ahead of myself. Let me introduce Chandini, a Shih Tzu Poodle whose name is Urdu for "light of the silver moon." The name was a gift from Shamsa Mirza a good friend who worked with us at the International School of Islamabad. Chandi was born ...
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... one insisted ferrys all canceled due to flying being so much cheaper. So in the end I flew. Which didn't get me all the tropical island views and small town stops that I really thought would be ideal holiday time.
Pekanbaru? Think industrial, dusty, dirty and shockingly hot.
Not much else to say on that town...