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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and Joyce had floral wreathes in their hair and appropriately smaller bouquets as fit their station. I was dressed appropriately in my golfing garb – Lulu Lemon golf shirt, khaki shorts, and my well-used Auzzie leather hat. Pastor Paul was dressed elegantly yet appropriately for the setting and best man Chip looked a little like a short Adam Sandler, but more like 50 First Dates than The Wedding Singer.
It was immediately clear that the green of the ...
... ground with a menacing stare
The squeaky chatter of a thousand flying foxes returning to their hanging branches
Following the call of the Gibbons at daybreak
Swinging through the trees Tarzan style (the gibbons, not me)
Whooping it up with the morning love song
Whoop, whoop, whoop - Whoooooooo
"It's gonna be another great day!"
Wake up and smell the coffee!
... for two months, and will have lived in Sumatra for six years when we take her to Kazakhstan in August 2014. She is a global nomad. She developed her love for golf on the Chevron Camp in Rumbai, a suburb of Pekanbaru, Riau on the island of Sumatra. Rumbai is one of the few places in the world that I can take Chandi golfing and let her run free. From a dog's perspective, there is nothing quite like the feel of wet grass soaking your underbelly as you race from hole ...
... like fire grates.
Of course, given the way my second item worked it possible the same process was operating!
My second objective seems the simpler. Buy a ferry ticket to Batam, going through the Riau Islands. Sadly I had 4 travel agents tell me either that they didn't arrange ferrys, or in 2 cases that ferrys ...
... was smooth and interesting with lots of big cargo boats about us. We have one night on this Island until we leave tomorrow to do a 30 hour boat trip to Jakarta. We have paid $25US to get into Indonesia and I was excited to see that we got a great big sticker filling a whole page in our passports. The currency is Rupiah and we are back into the world of 14,000 to a pound. (I loved Singapore with $2 to £1) the border ...