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... going back out again in search of food. Eventually coming across a large mall, avoiding the lure of Pull & Bear we went straight for some food in a basement food court. Selecting our own dishes this time, I went for some Korean food rediscovering just how wonderfully tasty and spicy it is - Korea didn't get its fair shot of food places to fully evaluate how good it is, but recalling the few dishes we had, the food was ...
... again uber busy we left it again. Over food we discussed our options for the rest of Indonesia; whether to take night buses, whether to go to Mt Bromo, whether to fly etc etc and finally decided on a plan. We would be travelling to Yogyakarta by train and then flying to Bali, missing out Mt Bromo and Eastern Java. Whilst it is a sacrifice it makes sense to remove the two days travelling it would take to get there and on to Bali as there's not much else than ...
... but Kyle and Trevor met up with a bunch of the teachers at the bar for Kyle's pre-birthday.
Kyle's birthday at Camden was no where near like last year's - I think it's because we were missing Banks. In any case, plenty of people showed and had a good time, but I was surprised when Kyle came home and it was only 3am (LOL)
The Sunday was another good day. We had a Taco Night. Alice made tortillas and bought taco shells, with plenty of garnishes and meat. ...
... a sheet of stickers you would have to cut out yourself. There were some larger stickers, so Kyle and I bought a big sticker of the local soccer team, the Bandung Vikings (pronounced vee-kings here). They also had some great souvenirs like scarves, hats and keychains for the soccer team. It was neat to see and I thought that would be a neat souvenir for family back home.
We were tired and had walked a considerable amount to get around and the sun had sucked quite a bit ...
... for one that will use the metre, and by a certain time we need to just concede. We've gotten a good routine where we know where to go when we're looking for something specific, especially groceries.
All in all, we've got our routine and life is good. We even slept through our first earthquake! But with it being November, I'm still looking at the calendar and counting down the days until I step onto the flight in Jakarta to go home in December and see my ...