Grand Setiabudi Hotel
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... I am no Steven Spielberg and the recordings turned out to be like the Watergate Tapes (at the time). I am sure the neutrons of the cars exchanged outer electrons we were that close. Well the fact we were driving so fast may have prevented that, even though electrons are used to travelling at the speed of light. I am sorry I do not have video of either drive, although I am ...
... we walked to Kawah Upus which was unfortunately closed to the public. Upon speaking to a security guard it turns out the crater is closed to the public due to the level of volcanic gases now being poisonous - worth the risk for a good picture though surely? With the final stop in the park being Kawah Domas, a constantly active crater, we had to enlist a guide for this section. The walk down to the crater from Ratu was pretty steep and definitely wouldn't be ...
... back they scored again and then PERSIB got a penalty. It all seemed to be goiing downhill though. Once the other team was ahead and all we got was a penalty kick, both teams were falling all over the place. At one point four people were down and they only had 2 teams of stretchers. Well the crowd was so agitated they were throwing hundreds of water bottles at the riot police and on the field, they were burning chairs, jumping down from the stands and rioting about and ...
... than either of us thought we would. The tarps of the stalls makes good shelter from the sun and is noticeably a few degrees cooler compared to the sun.
After the cooking supply store we went to an electronics centre that was pretty impressive inside with lots of air conditioning. Very cool but nothing Kyle and I needed.
Walking through the streets, it felt a lot more third world. Buildings were significantly more dilapitated and the streets looked like they'd ...
... my Mum's hugs can't be substituted or bottled for me. So a Mum Hug will be the first order of business.
Right now, Kyle and I are preparing our students for the semestral exams, which to be honest has been pretty stressful. Most of our students are not native English speakers....in fact probably only 7 kids in the whole school are (our Chaplain's kids) so testing is a bit of a struggle. But we've managed to get some good done.
Kyle had his ...