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... to see the dragons again, since we had such a great experience when we visited there in 2012. The day was really hot and humid. We spent a quiet day -- one more day of rest for me. I began to get my appetite back and was feeling pretty good by the end of the day. We once again enjoyed the show -- a comedy magic show by a Brit said to be a favorite of the Royal family named Neal Austin.
Our day on the island of Sulawesi was predicted to be hot and humid with a chance ...
... twister and kicked around a football, whilst having to constantly move into the shade away from the searing sun.
For the inaugural event, I would say that it was a resounding success; well organised, plenty of toilets, a good range of music, with food and alcohol available. Hopefully Musik Hutan will continue to grow in popularity and generate a better attitude towards the beautiful Indonesian ...
... a great few days in the same town, same accommodation, but with different people! To meet Ronan, I took a flight to Jakarta, where he would land from Paris. I arrived in the evening at the hotel (luxury!). Even though we were both tired from the trip, we had to take the chance to grab a beer and exchange our experiences. I was happy to hear the latest gossip from Bordeaux (as far as Ronan is up to date...). The next morning we flew to Makassar, south of Sulawesi. In ...
... was happy.
The morning arrived, I could sleep much longer but the locals wouldn't let us. They were back behaving very laud in purpose. They wanted us to wake up already. I was annoyed by that. It was selfish of them. I opened my eyes and saw Morgan lying in a boat along the side thinking the wind must have bothered her as much as it troubled me.
The rest of the day I spent reading and having naps feeling like a walking disaster after the night in a life boat. But ...
... stopping out front to pose for photos with some nice Indonesian ladies I headed inside.
A 21 year old student came up to me and asked if I minded if he walked around the Fort with me. He wanted to practice his English and hangs out at the Fort after school to meet tourists.
Of course I didn't mind, so he showed me around the fort while we ate banana chips and chatted about our lives and our families.
The Fort was full of young Indonesian tourists, so I ...