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Back on the bus. This time an overnight, 14-hour-long bus ride. We left Danau Toba at 6p or so and rode the bus all night long until we finally reached Bukittinggi at 8a. Oh, there was a 7p stop for dinner where we had our first experience with Padang-style food. Padang food is served with nasi (rice) and lots of small bowls of different dishes, …
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Mount Semeru, Eastern Java, Indonesia 31/08/12 - 4/08/12
4 flights, 5 different airlines and a diet consisting mainly of bread, bbq flavoured
cheese singles and a lot of doxycycline pills but we made it to the
summit of Mount Semeru, the highest volcano in Java, Indonesia.
I am aware this blog may be a bit long and you don't care what we ate but that's what the last 12 hours of traveling has done to me!
The five of us (Dougie, Vernon, ...
Here I am...feeling completely alone, yet comforted. It has been a hard few weeks here in Surabaya, Indonesia. School has kept me busy, overwhelmed, stressed, amazed, broken, energized...and most of all adored. My students and I have really found our stride and it has been such an amazing journey...but I am exhausted. With report card comments, student led conferences, end of trimester, and PYP evaluation visit coming up I am worn ...
... direction of Jakarta was to leave the following morning at 11:00. I thanked him, returned to the congregation of critters in my room and was able to get a few hours of sleep.
I hate waking up itching and sweating. The following morning I did both. The fan at the foot of the bed offered little resistance against the heat of the Javanese night and the ritualistic spraying of insect repellent in my room by hotel staff appeared to be just for show as the ...