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... curious, like I was from Mars - to them I might as well
be. Finally I decided to suppress my macho and ask directions. I
approached one man - "Selamat Pagi (good morning). Gubeng Station?".
He understood the greeting but not the question. I repeated -
"Gubeng, Gubeng Station". He called over some friends.
They didn’t understand me either. After a few more tries one ...
... the first station and were not hopeful of seeing any. We then heard some trees moving and saw a flash of orange. Eventually a mother carrying a baby appeared, followed by her other offspring. The older one was around 5 so had started to climb on his own. The youngest was really keen for some banana, he probably wasn't old enough but this didn't stop him holding his hand out to his sibling (check out the awesome picture!). He was unsuccessful ...
... and we were greeted by an enthusiastically noisy local band, singing everything from traditional Indonesian love songs, to the Beatles with a bit of country and western thrown in for good measure. The next thing I saw was the free wi if, excellent news, so we log on and download our email, mostly from john Lewis :) and try to upload our blogs. Try being the operative word because as more passengers and crew left the ship ...
We spent the last weekend in Bali in a frenzy of eating with a final farewell dinner at Sardine in Seminyak. Just too good for words! We had gone to the beach for sunset and came across a concert of " Snoop Dog" or as I believe he has changed his name to "Snoop Lion" an American Rapper that Liam thought was great. Tickets all sold out but we stood on the beach behind the stage and could hear it all. A bit sad saying farewell to the gang at the airport followed by ...
... started chatting to Matt. I found out he was the guide of the couple behind us. one came from Indonesia and one the Philippines. It turns out they both now live in Singapore and the guy was actually an undercover detective! I saw his badge and everything! He was great giving us loads of advice on Singapore and even gave us his personal details and that of his police crew in case we got in trouble.
We ended the tour, had a lovely lunch in ...