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... br> engine same like before, cutting out fuel. I spent a few hours
to check again plugs, filters and connections and eventually found
nothing wrong. Symptoms are very similar to previous ones but this
time it happens not in traffic jam only but everywhere (or maybe in
Java it's the same thing).I filled tank with the best high octane petrol,
twice more expensive than normal one (60p per litre) and even bought
some additive to clean ...
... no better off on a bus than if someone dropped me in the middle of the city by myself.
The culture here is deep rooted, and not always for the better. College kids live with their parents, meaning there's no good place to go hang out (other than the mall, but I get sick of that after an hour or so). So far, I haven't had to meet any parents, and I'd really rather keep it that way. I just don't care to. The ...
... at) is trying to show them around. So I went with the Philippine students on Wednesday morning, along with a bunch of WM students, on an overnight outing. We left on a bus, and the first thing they did was start playing some old 70's Indonesian music...on Karaoke. Some older guy was singing, and not doing a good job. He was just sitting up front, watching the songs, singing along into the microphone all by himself. No one else ...
... once inside you were met with loud club music and a 1980's picture of a woman working out. It's one of those pics that a teenager in the 80's would have had in his room! And this is a Muslim country...most women are wearing head scarves!!! Another of the extremes we see everywhere.
The one night in luxury allowed us to regroup, relax and catch up with family before heading to the beaches of Bali. ...
... equator. You cannot get any closer to the sun on this planet and what that means we find out immediately. We do not have a thermometer to measure the heat but it is absolutely oppressing and lets us fall into instant lethargy. Most of the time we lay naked and comatose under the fan in the hotel room. Only before 9am and after 5pm do we venture out to walk around the town and find some food. On these little excursions we always take breaks in A/C shopping malls to get ...