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... paintings and small sculptures, the passage ways had enormous paintings and the entry vestibule was a gallery on its own! All this for $NZ150 per night.
Across the road was the owner's home and museum/gallery of his older pieces, collected over his lifetime. It felt like a small version of the Paul Getty Museum in LA! We had a personal tour by the owner with stories of where he had acquired all the art: ancient Chinese bowls and other ceramic pieces from ...
We were at breakfast at 6.30 for an early start back to the volcano. Met the two late arrivals, Devita and Nitta, who had got in close to midnight the previous day. Breakfast was very yummy (actually nothing has been not yummy so far); tried a few new things including something called surabi - a pancake-like thing served with a sweet sauce. After breakfast, we piled into Salju's Isuzu and were off for a second attempt at the crater. As on the day before, Shobs and I ...
... a home. Coming home to a clean house where our house cleaner really appreciate our Canadian Nice-ness, is also a bonus feature.
Life has plateau-ed here a bit because we've had to really tighten our purse strings so that we can afford to go to Bali and Komodo in June, and to go home in December for Christmas and a 'momentous event.' We haven't had a lot of money to spend around, so most of our money is spent on groceries or put straight into savings.
... and then told her there was no way I would ever take someone else’s baggage through an international airport- especially ones with signs everywhere advertising the death penalty for numerous offences, let alone for someone who I only met once and who themselves was doing it for someone else… Sufficed to say we didn’t split a taxi to the agency once we got to Singapore!
Singapore itself was a ...
... tears streaming down my face, but I had to put a brave face on.
The photo taken...success! (Plus a sneaky handshake!)
Evin and I were gobsmacked as we walked through the park to the Geologi Museum.
As we approached the gates, it was clear that the museum was closed...damn...
We decided the day couldn't get any better, so we ignored the Museum and went for a lunch break at the local fruit store. I got some ...