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... sack. The following day i had a chat with Noni, the daughter of the owner of Hotel Victory. She not only spoke excellent English but also had detailed knowledge of Tentena. She gave me a map and explained all the sights of interest to me in a perfectly coherent way. She also provided me with useful information for my onward travel. If that wasn't enough, she was pretty hot too. The hotel also offered motorbike hire so armed with my 2 wheels, maps and information, i began my day ...
... because we needed all hands to avoid losing the boat entirely. The situation was grave, and only a cooperative team effort was going to get us out of it in one piece. Ginette told me later that that shake was a big wakeup call for her, and as usual she sprung into action from there. I grabbed my snorkel and mask and Ginette went up to try and deal with taking the sails down somehow.
I jumped in the water, a combination of fear, adrenaline, anger and sadness coursing through me ...
... was simple, a double bed with an unused single on the side of the room, a ceiling fan and a small simple bathroom. The room was walm so we sat on our little patio which had 2 chairs and a hammock. We were brought up slices of cake which was very nice and began a hard 3 days of relaxing. We had decided that this was best in order to let Lucy's foot heal, she had stepped on a shell and cut her right sole in Raja Ampat and with going in and out of the water everyday we had ...
... the Indonesian language I may have committed. They enthusiastically applauded - I wondered why. Pak Denny said he thought it went great - I wondered if he sat through the same presentation I had given. Everyone thanked me and took a picture behind the head table with me sitting at the center. I thanked the girl who had asked the very pointed and direct question about ASEAN for her thoughtful approach to the questions, and I told her it would now be my mission to find out ...
... on the island - I told her that was a much wiser idea, as Bunaken would be a much safer place than Jakarta for her. She was excited to meet Hosanna and the kids, as were Lia and Lorenzo after we had waded through the beautiful mangroves in front of Lorenzo's beach. He introduced us to his children, Gabriella and (....I'm drawing a blank on his son's name right now), on school break there from Tomohon, where they live most of the time.
I did some snorkeling with ...
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