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... to appease, at least to request.
You'll see from the photos that there is not much room on the crater's lip to walk on it, and that this becomes quite terrifying when the guardrail ends and you're standing on the top of a steep pyramid, where a slip in one direction means certain death and a slip in the other means being mangled and disabled for life, if you live. Once the precarious nature of where I was hit me, I carefully made my way back to the guardrail. I think I've mentioned ...
We slept so well and woke to a delicious breakfast being cooked by Dee and Mark of Rye toast, scrambelled egg mixed with left over Borritos filling, fresh pappaya,
coffee and juice.
We then showered and headed out about 10.30 to Carrefore. Same as Bali's Carrefore. We wanded up and down making a few purchases including a china cake plate
with sweet Peas on it LOL.
We will carry it back in hand luggage as a gift for my friend Yvonne. ...
... Tae Ju Oh.
Tae Ju’s friends wrote the following obituary for him:
Obituary for Tae Ju Oh
Born August 26, 2005 – Died April 8, 2013
Tae Ju Oh was a good friend. He was kind to everyone and always told funny jokes. Today, he died because he drank contaminated (dirty) water. This was a PREVENTABLE death. T.J. should not have died. If we kept our water cleaner he would probably not have died and tonight, he would ...
Friday, March 29th:
It's an early morning start today to get to our 7:35am flight on AirAsia from Denpasar to Surabaya, which is on the Eastern end of Java Island. It's a very short flight, less than an hour, and we are reminded that AirAsia is a far better airline than all the other budget airlines in Asia.
We are picked up at Surabaya airport by our new guide Henry. Surabaya is the second largest city in Indonesia with ...
... big idea for them, so we provided a learning experience to help them try and feel what it may be like for his kids, by taking away their snack for the morning. Many of the students were in tears. So we asked them if they were sad and unhappy about not having a snack, imagine what it must be like to be Pak Sali’s children.
Then we discussed how we should think of ways we can provide him with something that can keep ...