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... pour into Spain only to complain that the food is foriegn', and therefore inedible, and 'why is it raining?' in Spain
Our boat leaves Bidan Island beach in a flurry of emotional 'goodbyes' from both sides.
We are heading for the tiny village port on the mainland in our nuclear missile powered boat, skippered by the ever-reliable Patsu, our bags firmly wedged into a space in the bows.
Our next destination, Penang.
This time, both Tracey and I are ...
... Step outside. A sudden struggle to swim to the surface and catch your breath under the oppressive weight of hot, unmoving air; humid, stubborn, all encompassing. Glorious.
Wander. Wonder. Drink in the energy of this exotic, sensory maze of daily life progressing around you and then sweat it back out again. You there, and you: Who are you? What is this place? Your skin is burnt chocolate brown, and yours coffee-with-milk; and there olive, and here ...
... wasting an extra five minutes, before discovering we had to exchange our online booking for paper tickets at an office that no-one actually directed to us properly (lots of general directions, and the odd wrong direction altogether) and finally we were told by the bus driver that our ticket wasn't going to take us to Penang! After quickly running back to the office to verify our mistake, we actually did have the right ticket but we now had to catch the slightly later bus - maybe that ...
... He soaked the filter in a warm water bath, spooned the freshly ground coffee beans into the bottom of the glass "hopper", filled the bottom half with water which is heated by a bunsen type burner and before our very eyes, with some physics related reason I do not fully understand, the coffee is brewed to perfection. He then ceremoniously poured the coffee into the cups for Tony and me to enjoy.
Having witnessed this process ...
... End, which she rarely visited. About 45 minutes later Elaine was back, her work permit application having been granted. Well done I said to Jim, for sorting out Elaine's business and for fixing a chance meeting between her and the Thai lady. Yes he said, "some strange things have been happening", and that recently he had had two couples staying at his guest house, who both conceived children; "not ...
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