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... fruits, and vegetables, including bananas, yams, coconut, and sugar cane. Trade with the Chinese, which first began around 2000 B.C., influenced Indonesian cuisine and is still evident through the use of tea, noodles, cabbage, mustard, soybeans, and the method of stir-frying. The Chinese dish, nasi goreng (fried rice), is one of Indonesia's national dishes ((Indonesian Dances, 2008). By 100 A.D., curries (spicy sauces), cucumbers, onions, mangoes, ...
... to the Northern Hemisphere.
Back to my book The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft and the Golden Age of Journalism by Doris Kearns Goodwin. I have read several biographies of Roosevelt but never of Taft...so I continue to read my way through the American Presidents. It is a good easy book to read to remind me of the political and social history of the USA in the first decade of the 20th century.
Bye for now
... back to Kuala Lumpur, in the same row but with a couple of people between us. It wasn't all that bad as Vicky ploughed through her book, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, and I caught up with the blog - plus after 11 weeks side by side the three metres may have been a nice change! When we landed in KL we had two ours to complete our transfer between AirAsia and Lion Air - in such a big airport we had no idea how it would be. Fortunately it was easy enough, our bags emerging ...
... be fine). You can get sweet or savoury, and they're nothing like each other.
Go to the Shisha Cafe in Kemang. Try not to get my taxi driver who ripped me off. The food is good.
Get a pitcher at Face Bar. Try not to projectile vomit all over the bathroom, but rest assured that the staff seem completely unfazed by it if you do.
After that the chaos will start to get to you.
Needless to say, it ended in Singapore.
... And I wish I had a video camera to film the moment when the bus drive behind us became frustrated at being stuck in traffic to reached out the window to know on the boot of our taxi and yell, 'excuse me’. These things often happen in the big city and sometime what you see truly is unbelievable. In a city this big it is a wonder how things manage to work as something as they do. It truly is the chaos theory in action. ...