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... flame sculpture at its tip, although today (due to maintenance) it was only possible to climb the steps to the viewing platform. Even this proved quite a challenge as we couldn't find the entrance. A fence surrounded the grounds, and entry was gained via an underpass across a pedestrianised street. After taking in the views in dazzling sunlight we returned to the base of the monument, which houses nearly fifty ...
... 2 hours, just waiting. Finally the lady called me to the window and after that it was 20 minutes and all three of us (Christelle, Dan and I) had done everything and were on the way back to the hotel. They still currently have our passports, until tuesday, but they gave us copies stamped with a sticker saying they were being processed for our Kitas.
Rick and I don't have phones yet, but Christelle does and she was informing Walid about our ...
... a mess. itinerary is indeed shorter, just 3 days with scheduled to visits 2 nearby city. It should be not too much was prepared.
Triggered to less attention is flurry of us. it isn't the first time again, both are equally didn’t very enthusiastic as the first trip to foreign country. Flurries to closing year made lack time to prepare. Even a week earlier I was preoccupied with full meeting, my task in Thursday and ...
... shopping is actually a pleasant experience here..typically Indonesian.. relaxing..
No groceries for this shopper but a bag full still.. lots of trinkets/ candies for folks at home!
The normally chaotic roads have quietened due to Friday Prayer time .. male muslims all attend and pray together for at least one hour.. we luckily/ quickly scoot home!!
... lesson; don’t pull me under and he won’t get his head stepped on. We went for dinner, played cards and had a relatively early night. With Rob’s alarm clock set for 3:30am (I hate that alarm clock on good days, at 3:30am I’m pretty much going to loathe it) as we decided to fly to Bali rather than bus/ferry for 24hrs. Yogyakarta was a good start to my Indonesian beer labels; four in this town alone! Hopefully I’ll get more in ...