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... heb ik maar iemand aanfgesproken
en die wist wel een plekkie dus wij mee. Ik was echt kapot van de 2 lange
reisdagen dus toen ze me een kamer met een bed wees vond ik het meteen prima.
donken was toen we aankwamen had ik er geen idee van waar we eigenlijk zaten
dus het was een aangename verrassing toen ik s’ochtends mijn kamer afkwam
ontdekte dat ik in een keine blungalow zat met een eigen terrasje waar al een
thermoskan thee voor me ...
... with so many practicing Hindus close by. The studio was so freaking cool, and the breeze filtered in the sound of a dozen tiny birds. I was sweating profusely, because it is hot. But I didn't care. I didn't have a care in the world, really.
It's so amazing when the only thing that matters is the moment.
I ran into Kurt today -- he's said I've had a perpetual smile on my face. I've been laughing and smiling so much, my face actually hurts.
... starting their days, a
speaker bellowing out the call to prayer, ladies buying the day's
food from small market stalls, bossy dogs, and excitable children.
It's fair to say that we seemed to be a rare sight and throughout the
walk we were greeted by a range of responses, from honking horns that
without fail made me jump out my skin, to smiles, waves and most
commonly laughter at the strange tourists, determined to
'Jalan-Jalan' (walk) their way through the world. ...
... like Isalata. It's expensive for what it is but we really don't care tonight. The restaurant at night is just so appealing. All the twinkling candle and several different areas to sit it really was beautiful. Walking past in the day light it just isn't the same - but that can be said for any place can't it. I had a cocktail and I didn't care (within reason) how much it cost I just wanted it to taste like it should but it didn't, it was watered down. This happened in ...
... from the copper our driver then hands over a stack of notes to the copper to turn a blind eye....he was more than happy so he sent us on our way!. After spending another 2 hours finding the temple it took my breathe away it was amazing, ive been lucky to see a few in my time but this was nice, i did have to cover my legs with a saronge with robe, i felt a bit like Jackie Chan.
I was under the impression we were off to a volcano but on the way it ...