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They say that the most dangerous part of any day flying is actually the drive to the airport. This was never more true than when we took a transfer from Padang city to the airport. En route, a guy working on a building site who was stood in the middle of the road managed to swing a huge wooden pylon directly into the windscreen of our car. Had we been on a motorbike we would have ...
... all so happy and appreciative that I'm there. On one particular day I had to teach three lessons in a row, and suddenly remembered the "heads, shoulders, knees and toes" song... Despite my terrible singing it was really fun, and gets everyone up and moving!
One of my older "students" has been Uki... He's been keen to learn as much of my "British" accent and slang words as possible, he was already saying "bloody hell" but now I've got him using ...
Shalom after 7 days without internet I am finally for a few
hours in an area with normal communications. This blog has been written on the
roads and I am not repairing any typos as I want to mail it today. Around 12 I
am on my way again to wireless areas.
Today it is Friday morning, and I am sitting on my triple
size bed in the Delhi airport, after a Tai, Indian style, massage.
... had struck off the coast of Java, about 50 kilometers from Yogyakarta. We actually didn't feel anything, but plenty of people did, and several buildings in Yogyakarta were damaged.
We eventually made our way up to the old part of Yogyakarta, north of the kraton, and visited Pasar Beringharjo, Yogyakarta's main market established by Hamengkubuwono I. We wound our way through narrow aisles between endless stalls, marveling at the incredible ...
... touch-callout: none;">To my great surprise and indeed pleasure, Java has excellent roads. I was expecting potholes and bumpy car journeys here, which my mother had mentioned when musing about her own visit to Java back in 1980. But the very opposite is true, with many of the roads laid with smooth, black Tarmac, better than most of the roads back in Europe!
I also came across a toilet with instructions - only in Asia!