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Had a late start to the day today and for a change instead of going down the hill we went up the mountain. Up to the site of an active volcano. It started to rain half way up so had to hire umbrellas so we could walk over to the edge. A couple of quick photos and we were off for lunch. The rain became quite heavy and ...
... the $60 fee. Plastic card failed, but I spotted Tania waiting for us, and she lent us the money.
At their home Tania had a surprise for us - she had asked a friend to do a portrait of us from a photo I had sent!
A rest, then off for Japanese food for lunch, then to a performance of the local instrument - Angklung, - see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z50_c4pp fug
Great show with excellent audience participation. We had to go down on the floor and dance with ...
... got this far were now having to queue to have bags checked through the one small scanning machine. We were getting fearful that our 60 day visa might expire before we had actually left the airport, but soon all was well as a chirpy “Mr David” shout meant that we had been located by our taxi driver for the hotel. Somehow he had also managed to both locate and extricate our bags from amongst the seething masses.
On leaving the airport and ...
... that I would have to go on Wednesday.
This is where I really feel proud of myself. This is where being independent and self-sufficient in the most basic sense can make me happy, because I do things that are necessary but I don't have to rely on anybody to help me with them.
Wednesday I left at 4pm, my usual time and had the driver drop me off at the top of the hill before turning to my street so that I could go tot he ...
... the lines and using every single available space. So we stopped at the side of the road and walked into some of the tea fields...I was a little nervous there'd be spiders, but thankfully none were found around me.
Then Asep took us to a lake....I'll be honest, I never did find out the name of it. But it's a lake that everyone visits, and there's a little island in the middle you can take a boat to where there's a rock. It's a lovers' rock, so if you want to find ...