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... going back out again in search of food. Eventually coming across a large mall, avoiding the lure of Pull & Bear we went straight for some food in a basement food court. Selecting our own dishes this time, I went for some Korean food rediscovering just how wonderfully tasty and spicy it is - Korea didn't get its fair shot of food places to fully evaluate how good it is, but recalling the few dishes we had, the food was ...
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The standard start to the day, run and swim then breakfast, oh and not head out to the office on Young Street Halifax. Trying to cut down on the noodles and rice (both staples served at all meals) and stick to fruit and vegetables. The gang went into town, I stayed back and relaxed around the villa.
Another flight missing, this time an AirAsia between Surabaya (second largest city ...
... cool enough to need a jacket. Dinner was at Dago Penyawangan - everything was excellent, from the cumi cumi to the sambal fish and tauhu, and the colenak (Portmanteau #2 - colenak is from 'dicocol enak'), made of cassava, coconut and brown sugar. Yum! And I've not seen bandung on any of the menus so far...neither have our Indonesian friends heard of it! Another chop suey or roti canai? Tonight, two more of Shobs' ex- colleagues get in from Jakarta for a Bandung break with ...
... br> I love that we had this experience and that we have Alice the Aussie, Darcy and Asep and Ninin who are so kind, but in the end I miss home. We will have these experiences that we'll be able to say we did.
I've got a stack of practice exams for my students, my instant mocacinno (as they spell it) has gone cold, my Kobo has updated and I'm listening to Skrillex's Kyoto, but I'm sitting at my desk in Bandung, Indonesia working a day-to-day life....Life goes on friends :)
... as there would be of me actually catching him should I find him and he ran away… Chalk it up to a learning experience: The next Indonesia that grabs my **** is getting dropped like a pair of Snetsy’s pants at a party!
Thankfully the rest of Saturday night was actually pretty good though. We went to Camden Bar again and were joined by Jerome (fellow BBS teacher) and Dennis (a former BBS teacher). They ...