Bastianos Lembeh Diving Resort
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... is that in Sulut, there is such a stigma against getting tested because of the numbers of devout Christians and Muslims that frown on sexual activity that causes the diseases, despite knowing that it goes on amongst people within the congregations. I mentioned that I had just read about this very topic, and how Ojek drivers are a high risk population because of the seedy places they bring people to, and because sex workers pay them in kind rather than with cash. ...
... near Tankoko, where a few families had gathered to spend the Saturday. The scene there was gorgeous – mostly deserted beach except for some peaceful places above the beach where families were eating lunch and watching their children play in the water. As soon as we got out of the car a group of curious kids mobbed us. I had a good time talking with several sets of parents after I struck up some conversations with them about visiting Tankoko. ...
... to go there anyway since I trusted the Canon authorized store more than anything. We ended up getting the price down a few hundred thousand Rupiah (RP 10,000 = roughly US $10). I’ve never spent millions of anything before, but I did today. It was fun haggling with the workers at the store. One girl was pretty firm about the price, but with enough finessing, we got her to come down a bit. More than she said her bottom line was, so that’s always good. ...
Like yesterday, I didn't have much of a plan for the day other than going diving this afternoon. It was pretty relaxing – didn’t have to get up until about 0800, and the Petra Gareja church bells start peeling about that time anyway to make sure that everyone comes to church on time.
I called Hosanna and the kids at around 0830 after eating breakfast. They had just arrived in Seattle, so I got to speak with them as Hosanna drove south ...
... 1730 each day. By 1800 it's officially night…. you can no longer say 'Salamat sore' at that point, and it switches to 'Salamat Malam' - not hard when it's dark anyway.
The reason the track had so many people was that the local Army post was running an entrance physical fitness examination for about twenty men and twenty women. I asked Bapak about it, and he confirmed that's what was going on. The women 'ran' first - none to quick, and ...