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... water for the toilet and shower. Karl also has a gorgeous housekeeper/nanny/cook who even did my washing for me. Happy days!
In the morning I had the chance to spend some time playing with Deeno, he's such a happy, confident kid who has a serious obsession with trucks and diggers. Kisa was at school so we got our reunion later on in the day and she has grown into such a pretty, friendly, little girl.
I won't go into ...
... which was great and we were soon boarding our next flight. The leg room was not so great on our second flight which was too bad since it was 12 hours! The food was much better than it had been on the way over and we were glad we had just gone with regular meals. It actually had flavour and we decided that perhaps they had given us a bland meal on the way over rather than what we had ordered. We arrived home and were very happy when all of our bags made it off the ...
... named hostel. I chose it due to its high rating on hostelworld.com. The hostel was exceptionally clean, which was very welcome, and virtually silent, due to the lack of guests there. This silence was occasionally broken by the painful sound of our Indonesian next door neighbour wailing Craig David songs. There were 2 main members of staff there, and they reflected the diversity of Indonesia. One was a very white lady of Chinese parentage, the other a very dark man who looked ...
... We set off up the hills and steep, rutted roads towards the volcano, seeing other 4x4’s slowly making their way through the darkness too.
We were heading for a lookout point from where it is possible to watch the sun rise over the valley, and see Mount Bromo in the dawn light. It was supposed to be spectacular, but Owen warned us that sometimes it was too cloudy for a sunrise, and sometimes it was too clear as well (I questioned him ...
... conflict between he needs of plants and animals and the needs or wants of people.
And too often it's people who have their way.
But all living things are part of one giant web of life.
And---in the end---they all depend on one another.
So when we think about the future, we must think about living in peace with the land.
Caring about problems in the world, and even having problems of your own,
doesn't mean you can't feel peace ...