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... of trade routes to and from the islands, bringing with them cassava (a tropical root crop) and sweet potatoes. Cauliflower, cabbage, and turnips were brought to the islands about a century later by the powerful Dutch East Indies Company, which gained control of the trading routes. Though the Spanish contributed peanuts, tomatoes, corn, and the widely popular chili pepper, they were unable to defeat the Dutch, who ruled until the mid-1900s (Lifestyle Food, 2010).
... traverse it for a couple days I would guess. We will pass near the spot where the Malaysian Airbus went down a few months ago. There have been large and small container ships passing us, so it is a well travelled important shipping route. So every half hour I have to rise and photo a different freighter in front of Mt Agung. The sea is once again glassy flat and both the sea and air temperature are 30 degrees.
... turned out, Lion Air does not only associate through Ryanair in rhyming names but the quality of aeroplane as well. In the weirdest shaped plane - exceptionally long with seats crammed in we were left with exactly no leg room which was great. Fortunately we knew it would only be an hour flight and having suffered the minibus between Koh Lanta and Satun en route to Langkawi, this couldn't be any worse. We were actually offered some salvation as the air hostess acknowledged ...
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4. Flirtation is cultural. I hypothesized that in England we like to flirt by showing people how fun and sexy we are, but Indonesian flirting style is more about showing off what a good partner you'd be. My colleague who was originally from Java but had spent a lot of time in Australia agreed with that, which is good enough for me but probably needs more research before it could be published in ...
... these few days of rest, as I know I will be in full backpacker mode soon with my Intrepid Tour fast approaching. I am excited for my Intrepid Tour but I have not been a backpacker for many years and I am not so keen on the prospect of early morning wake ups and long travel days. With that I plan on enjoying my over consumption of fruit cocktails, sun and book ...