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Travel Blogs from Surabaya
... an almost impossible feat in Indonesia. Too tired to get on bike looking for food so retreated to bed to sleep. All good until about 11pm when I was woken by loud music coming from the empty restaurant. Car park now FULL and Karaoke in full swing. I think I have found the answer to the war on terrorism. Instead of spending countless millions on war machines just set up thousands of secret Karaoke parlors in Muslim countries where people can burn up ...
As you may already know from my previous post, our grade two students participated in role-playing activities which sent students on the simulated water journeys of people living in five different locations around the world: Kenya, Brazil, Indonesia, America, and Europe. Some had immediate, plentiful access while others faced long walks, heavy and cumbersome toting of containers, filtering steps, and ...
... the resume our personal projects,
you might not want to hire them.
caution when giving someone a chance - it might backfire on you!
the person has little experience, odds are they don't have any
in the local classified section.
the local classifieds section to work.
includes sites like Craigslist.
designers will place their ads ...
17.30pm I go to Sepinggan Airport to flight to Surabaya this evening. I'm done with check in counter and going to go to Roti Boy to buy some bread to eat on the plane. Just 4 steps behind, i meet a guy who tell me that he needs me to take care an old woman. That woman is his friend's mother.I cant say no because it’s an easy thing. I asked that old woman to wait for 5mins because i will leave her to buy some breads. I left ...
... dignity as people wash, eat and sleep right on top of each other. They help each other out when they're vomiting and keep laughing all the way. It feels like there isn't an equivalent of this attitude in England these days? Maybe there is.
Most of the passengers were off to work in the palm oil plantations and mines of Borneo where they spend at least a month away at a time. Entire families moving there to work to destroy the ...