Triniti Hotel Batam
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... a wedding songs playlist and my friend and techy guy Barry Johnson became my Sound Technician with a blue tooth speak and my i-Pad to work with. Lory is a happy ending, romantic comedy kind of girl so I focused on songs with movie connections for her.
We had a repertoire that started with Roy Orbison’s “Pretty Woman” (one of Lory’s favorite movies that we have watched countless times), and included Louis Armstrong’s “A Kiss to Build a ...
... half decent shot -
So much to be thankful for –
Loping long limbed Langurs posing on a near branch
Hoary bearded Long-Tail Macaques - the old men of the jungle -
Preening their young and banging on the roof tops
And cousin Travis, the Incredible Hulk of the macaque family
Ripping the lid off a Chevron garbage can
With impressive nonchalance
And then ...
... into the chariot and ride for a while, but soon leaps out and races up the fairway or wanders off into the rough for some great smells. This morning Chandi was particularly energetic! I picked up my caddy Oyen at the Club House and drove to the third hole where I met my golf buddy Nasril for our usual five holes, hole #3 through #7. My game was particularly atrocious today. On a good day I am a bogie golfer, but I three putted for a double bogie on the par ...
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I only spent about 15 hours in Indonesia. My money was running out and I had to make sure I had enough to get back home to Cambodia. Their English is probably the worst of all the Southeastern Asian countries I have visited. Which is good for me. A lot of good English jobs available in Indonesia and at some point I'd like to go put in some time teaching there. Batam was dirty and run down and to be honest I didn't feel too safe there. Indonesia is a big country, I plan to see ...