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... both must have felt brave and or fit. We showed him the map got the thumbs up and squished ourselves in. We headed out into the traffic held on tight and enjoyed the ride. He did boot Martin out once so he could get us over the railway track, but we are enjoying the ride. But. We forgot about the floods. We are pottering along when we realise we are picking up speed, a bit alarming considering the size of the potholes and the uneven weight distribution ;), ...
... no windows and so much character sounded it's whistle as he chuffed out of the station.
It was difficult to know which side to look as we passed workers in their coolie hats tending the rice crops, the fisherman along the waters edge, the birds as they hovered and then swooped down to catch the fish before the fishermen. It was such a memorable sight.
The train chuffed along, I managed to stand at the back of the carriage so was able to get some great ...
... in the pool including the fish! The only people spared were the King and Queen. It was hilarious and everyone had a good laugh. I have seen these ceremonies a few times before but never have I seen the Captain end up in the pool - such a good sport! Needless to say the pool was closed down after this for emptying , cleaning and refilling.
A special thanks to my friend Gill from England for letting me use a few of her pictures for this blog entry.
... in ancient times) but the other types of meat mentioned, are quite common.
It all comes in standard portion sizes and is eaten with white rice. The sate was good and well prepared and the curry was also good, but not like the Indian method of preparation which we are more accustomed to. The Indian method is thicker and spicier but this ...
... thus explaining every detail in the building. All the artefacts in this building are well maintained right up to the fixtures in the toilets. Even the tiles are in very good condition and are the originals.
There is also an entire floor which was used as a badminton court by the Dutch during their occupation which ...