Hotel Menara Peninsula
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... The residents seemed very traditional and the only real occupation on the island was renting out their homes as homestays, and serving the needs of the tourists. We started walking to the other side. We were really talking now. Unlike the other people I met, its now almost impossible to describe the conversations with Caroline. We are now very good friend, and the conversations touch upon each and every topic of our lives. We joke with each other, and at times ...
... thrive on as the waves are predictable, fairly constant and can be caught from only a few metres from the beach or much further out the back. It is also a sandy and gently sloping beach so it is safe and easy to manoeuvre. Good job really.
Once we knew the key moves we got straight in the water and told to try to catch a shallow wave and stand up. This felt rather optimistic and advanced to us but to our astonishment we both stood up on the board the first time we tried! ...
Cloudy 32 / 25
Only thirty two degrees today, Jakarta's answer to colder temperatures.
Another retirement day here in Indonesia. What us retirees do is run or walk, swim and eat. Discuss the next adventure travel plans. Probably Bali and Thailand. Picked up some groceries for the stay in Bandung. Going there ...
So on Friday me and Anna got a train from Yogyakarta to Jakarta, which departed at 8.45 am (we got a Rickshaw to the train station, poor guy could barely move forwards with all our bags to carry as well ) and arrived in Jakarta at about 6pm... A very very long day on the train. We had some naps, listened to music and chatted to a lady from Jakarta who was sharing her Indonesian sweets with us we tried ...
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