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Another very early morning to get up. This time it was even worse, since I had to say goodbye to Yuni and home and not just a hostel bed.
The Aircoach was a couple of minutes early and passed me while I walked to the stop. I had to run to make sure he was not gonna leave without me.
This was the first crucial test for my fixed backpack. It passed.
The Airport was pretty quiet ...
... no idea it was even there. Sean told us how people worship there and made us feel very comfortable about entering and being part of the experience. He explained that those in the Chinese temple welcome everyone and they are very happy to share about their beliefs and culture. Sean was very helpful in telling us about the "etiquette" and how people go about worshipping. For example, when you go to a temple, you are supposed to pray to all the gods ...
... COURSE they have daily mass - three times a day in fact. How to know you're in a Catholic country: Sunday mass times are 5,6,7,8,9,10,3,4,5,6,7. Yah. That's ELEVEN masses on Sunday. Pretty awesome.
Anyways, the road sort of ended at the port which was gated so I turned around and head back. I'd somehow left my map back at the hostel so I wasn't sure which was to turn off the main road to see if it continued in another direction. I found a ...
... in with all the crowds of people.
Luckily it was only a few stops, we managed to get out and down to the bus station and walked straight onto the Sky Bus. It left in about 10mins so again not a long wait.
Arrived at the airport and went straight to the toilets to freshen up, apply deodorant and change shirts. Then checked in, found some food and sat and ate before heading to the gate to wait.
Flight took off on ...
... people arrived and so did more food... I counted 8 pizza boxes at one point. Beef and rice, Jelly (yes the sweet kind) crisps, more beer and people drinking whiskey with just ice.
They seem to love Karaoke here, they all have the apps on their phones (they all look like IPhone 9; never seen such good quality ha ha)
So of course I sang when asked, how could I say no, everyone loves a bit of ...