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... fairly ****** off. And we have free time for 2 hours so me and Vanessa go for a massage I fall asleep the facial was heaven..
Later we all meet and dine together, and then a few of us decide to go out explore we find a nice place across the road playing music selling only strong coffee. This was a good evening spent with locals.
Oh on the way home I fall into wet ...
... some big things were being worked on in preparation for our first port of call. We had locked in a private all day tour with the purpose of taking the trip to Bangung and Lembang, places I remembered as a child. Once the travel agency found out what our objective was, they went in emergency mode to put our request into a workable itinerary because of the distance and time constrain. By 2200 we still didn't ...
... would Shockwave do? Rely on the more logical alternative. Turn around and take the longer route.
That might have been the quickest U-turn in the history of mankind! Came back to the police outpost junction and went on to the Road to Puncak. My hands were numb, tail bone was aching, my feet wet with sweat in the safety shoes were sore and I was Hungry. But, the 220 seemed as rock solid as it was when I started from Jakarta the morning before.no funny noises, same ...
Living in abroad can be tough, really tough actually. I miss home; the family, the friends, the way things work. Despite the fact that I don't drive, I've never really felt isolated when I'm home in Canada, so being completely dependent on Angkots and taxis can be really exhausting and frustrating. Going grocery shopping or even just to dinner, can be a frustrating adventure as you wait for a taxi to come, then get stuck in traffic or maybe the ...
... I got to go Dago Shopping with Alice and the Aussie Fam! I grabbed a cab from my house and jetted to the Anggrek Shopping Hotel that was attached to Riau Junction. Then off we went!
I felt bad for Lee, it was quite the sensory overload for her. It was her first time in Indonesia, and just walking along the street or crossing the street was a bit of an ordeal for her. Don't get me wrong, it's taken some getting used to just to cross the street, but I'm kind ...