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... am. After inspection and release of Indonesian immigration, contact our tourist assistant who has booked on in kuala lumpur on the day before.
Arrival at Soekarna Hatta International Airport. Which is my first foot step at Indonesia.
Basically Malaysia and Indonesia are two countries that were ...
... walking in the dark down a dual carriageway at that ungodly hour, laden with rucksacks. 400 metres booking.com said (oh how they lie but they have been more useful to us of late since I said I'd never use them again). It was certainly more than a mile but we got there. And we got on the bus that was to take us to our plane. And immediately they asked everyone if they'd like to get off the bus again because Yogya airport was closed due to bad weather. ****. Not like we were relying on ...
... the route because I don’t really trust that (call it my lack of trust in technology, if you want). So I had the two devices cluttering my dashboard. Besides, as mentioned earlier, the phone doubled up as a video cam (I don’t want to splurge USD 200-400 on a goPro yet!)
Finally I reached Tangkuban wading through the ocean of motor bebek (literally meaning duck two-wheelers, implying silly small scooters and mopeds). Now I had thought that Id is a ...
... complications is always a huge boost to my day and positivity.
Things aren't perfect in Indo, but Kyle and I are doing our best to make things work. We still have our days of Hate On for Indo, but it doesn't get us anywhere. We're here so we might as well make the most of it. Me travelling around like a local, is another step.
I'm just putting this positive feeling in my pocket, and keeping it for a day when I'm going to really need it.
... an xylophone you wiggle!
Udjo was an absolute BLAST! They had a fantastic souvenir shop so I was finally able to buy some postcards and other fun stuff. Even bought myself a travel conklah (c = ch sound) which is basically the Filipino sunkah with the shells and the bowls. Awesome game I haven't played since I was much younger, but I've managed to remember the rules and taught Kyle how to play. So far I've won every game, but I'm sure Kyle will figure out ...