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... we snatched a photo with them while the kid peeled off the snakeskin, and we jetted off to the next stop of King Cobra Restaurant. This is the same place that is partly medical supplies, souvenir shop and restaurant. Although I was slightly put at unease when a cockroach skuttled off one of the tables, we still sat down to have some python, crocodile and cobra satay - all being exceptionally delicious. We then bought some more wallets as gifts, and made our way back to the ...
... and finally left at 6 pm. And Doug insisted we all cross the street to check out a new bar/restaurant called "E & O" where the guys had a Hendrick's gin and tonic. Lucky for us, Doug had to depart for Singapore so we spent the evening relaxing on his couch and recovering from all the ...
... It is very important to remain neutral with
the sensations. Otherwise this is not an operation of the mind, just
a pleasant game... Everything rises and passes away. Your body is
permanently changing.Then it becomes clearer : what is me ?
What is mine ? How do you define yourself. When you say hello to
a colleague in the morning and goodbye in the evening, in fact it's
not exactly the same person you talk to. This is not something to
understand on ...
... most romantic of cargoes but definitely authentic. In my mind, we are plunged back a hundred years to a time when tall ships and clippers plied the seas. In Indonesia, this time still exists. This particular boat is bound for Borneo, Sulewesi and other far flung destinations in the Archipeligo.
The crew are a friendly, cheerful bunch as I share cigarettes amongst them. The wheelhouse is a spartan affair, just a steering wheel, a compass and levers for forward, reverse, fast ...
... and seemed to have been the evening entertainment for the locals. We decide to get a tuk tuk back to the hostel, to save our sanity.
The following day we head out to the National Monument and after being pestered we headed to the National Museum to get out of the heat. The museum looked a lot at ethnic groups within Indonesia. In the afternoon we went to the biggest mosque in SE Asia. There was the call ...