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... hour, we enjoyed fantastic renditions of "Mr. Blightside" and "Arr of Me". There were other spectacles on show; a Caucasian man with what looked like two Indonesian prostitutes, a local man with his cash rolled and stuffed into his broad ear piercing, a woman dancing desperately in her seat attempting to get her partner into the grove and finally the many, many drunkards going beserk. As we all wearied from our respective day's travelling, home and a bed was very much ...
... belief that white people have come here to spend. A short taxi from the airport cost the standard 200,000 idr (£10), although the driver did his best to put me in a closer hostel than the one I had asked to go to. After a terrifying but nonetheless safe-in-the-end ride he asked for the charge and a 'little bit for luck'. The brief thought that it was purely luck that had got me there with all my limbs crossed ...
... sweet at all compared to what we know from England. As the market was already half closed, which was our stupid rude drivers fault for taking the wrong route (I'm not even going there, we weren't happy with his service at all lets just say that) we made him take us to a super store nearby where we bought some snacks for lunch. I find it really strange that in Indonesia no super markets sell ready to go sandwiches or wraps or anything at all that is ...
... job... for about a month. The room was massive with a private balcony looking straight down at the pool. My plans for the rest of the day were study, watch golf and maybe, just maybe return to the market and buy a few tonnes of Luwak coffee! UBud is definitely a great place if you literally want to fully relax, i.e. it's pretty boring... Looking forward to hopping on a plane to Flores in the morning! 1pm now so this man needs a ...
... that life is not an easy ride….and you must ride it when the barriers arrive and challenge the journey with constant light. If you frown it will follow, if you smile it will follow. Once arriving to my destination in Portugal I wanted to kiss the ground.
I’ve now been living in a confined space for the past 4 months and giving service to the many millionaires that simply need a sign of peace when out at sea. The 38 meter yacht rests on ...