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I seem to be part of a pretty great and diverse group of people on this tour, there are people from all different walks of life and from all over the world.
Louise is my room mate for the trip. She is the same age as me (we are both being bitter together about turning 30). Louise is from Copenhagen and is a doctor and we seem to be one of the same person!
Rachel is from Philadelphia and graduated university in the Spring last year ...
... found the iPhone store and had a spot of delicious lunch... which wasn't KFC/McDonald's/Pizza Hut. Fast food joints were literally the only eateries we saw on the main street running down from the north to the south of the city... HELP. I'm ashamed to admit that we did succumb one night to KFC... But it was the only thing anywhere near our hostel worth eating! Going out for dinner in Jakarta is a nightmare as you sit in a taxi for most of the evening... So best leave ...
... speaker to say the flight would be delayed because of a signalling problem .. Bloody typical just my luck !!!!!! Of course the flight arrived in Kuala Lumpur airport half an hour late and it took loads longer than usual for the baggage to arrive, which had me running through the airport like a mad woman trying to find the check in desk for my next flight from Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap, which is a different flight but with the same airline. I was then told the check in had closed ...
... Immigration Building number three or go to the train station to book tickets through to Yogyakarta? The thought of more bureaucracy was too much to take, so we headed for the train station. There was to be no joy here though, as we had to stand in a long queue in the heat for well over an hour. Finally, we got the train tickets but then realized we had no money left, so we had to get the local bus back. We were trying to show the map from the guide book to buy a bus ticket at ...
... I then saw my
answer. I saw three roads. One was straight with a visible destination. The
second one was slightly bent, also with a visible destination, and the third
one was winding around the mountains with an invisible destination. I said to
myself that whichever path I would walk that moment is the path that I should
be on in life. I chose the third one and so I knew I was on the right path. I
now wear a toe ring that is wound round my toe three times so that if ...