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... a bit scary, get back to sleep".
Of course I had to wait for the shaking to stop. I felt like I was holding on for dear life. Liza slept on. When we woke an hour later to get the plane the first thing I said to her was "I think we had another earthquake". She didn't comment and probably thought "oh yeah, sure". I thought "oh yeah, sure". I was half awake. It was unreal. And much much more violent than what happened on the beach.
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Today I woke up early(4.45am) in an attempt to avoid any potential Bangkok traffic/dodgy taxi drivers/not being able to find a taxi and headed off towards the station at 5am. From outside the station I flagged down a cab and he set off to the airport(with the meter on to save money). Thankfully I got a good guy and his total fee was far less than I had expected from my internet research, partly thanks to his knowledge that he could avoid the toll roads at that time of ...
... country which takes in the massively urban and the equally massively rural along with all the islanders. He's managed to find some unity already but of the wrong sort. A 30% rise in the price of fuel is never going to go down well in a country of motorbikes. The demonstrations were starting as we left. But if he can get over that, stability will bring investment. You just have to hope that investment will be spread beyond the confines of Jakarta to the rice paddies that dominate the rest ...
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... 20 minutes or so desperately trying to call the hostel for me on a pay phone (at his expense), and flag down taxis for me. When a few drivers that he spoke to didn't know where the hostel was, he took it upon himself to stay with me until I was safely on my way. Eventually a driver pulled up who knew roughly where it was, and Andrew made him promise that he would take me to the door. As I got into the taxi I gave him a big hug to say thanks, and he gave me his business ...