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... Watublapi, high up in the mountains. I was the only visitor that day and was greeted on arrival by the villagers in their traditional costumes. I was met by the two Head villagers who did a chant whilst splashing water at my face and head and had to walk through an arch made from banana palms with ribbons attached to make an entrance. As I walked down the village ladies were singing a welcome song to me and I was presented with my very own Ikat woven shawl which ...
... Happy was very good and we met two other travellers from Toronto as well. It turns out we all did the tour together with Alfons. Our first stop was at a Padang restaurant where we chose rice and chicken for lunch to go since there is nowhere to eat along the way. Then we all got into a car and took a short drive past a large bamboo forest to the first village, Beno. Alfons brought us to a good spot to take pictures of the village from above. It looked very ...
... agreed and said this would work.
At the bus terminal, we were unable to find a bemo (a form of public transportation in mini vans) that could take us to the cave. Gusti suggested we rent motorbikes and a second driver and we agreed. So we found someone willing to ride around with us for the day who had a second helmet and Gusti rented a motorbike and two helmets and we were off. The first ride was about an hour on mostly paved roads ...
... and Maaike set to fly to Bali then onto Australia we said farewell and promised to catch up for a pool and a ******** (cards) rematch downunder. It was sad getting on the bus just the two of us as it felt like we had been travelling as a foursome for ages. Good times indeed. Opting for the more expensive shuttle bus we were pleasantly surprised by not only the leg room but also the number of people - one per chair. How marvellous!! Having been told the views were ...
... 100 IR a day) and did the local villages ourselves and
were fortunate to be at Bena village during a celebration. We were
most intrigued by the 'bamboo' guns/ rockets they kids had made. I
was sure someone was going to lose a head, I know I lost a percentage
of my hearing that day. The surrounding area was quite stunning with
lovely forests and majestic volcanoes. The people were incredibly
friendly and were constantly yelling out hello as we ...