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... life boat. I was thinking about it for a moment there. Why? Because it smells nothing but pee. Locals just **** all over it and frankly I am not surprised after seeing the toilets on board.
hmm..and I still wonder till the moment I said F..ck it! I took all my stuff in! It was already better but the smell was horrible. I put on my soft shell and covered my whole face with it. I chose to smell my sweat rather than the pee. I was fast in a deep sleep. It was cosy and ...
... soccer jersey store, gold jewelry shop or souvenir shop full of bottles of strange elixirs.
I stumbled upon a coffee shop with a full menu, which was strangely full of only men, but again I couldn't read the menu and the waiter didn't speak any english.
I ordered an espresso and sat and read for a while.
Some business men invited me to join them but I declined, needing a little break from polite chatting.
Just down the street was Fort Roterdam, ...
... opens at the side and they jump across. Today the seas are very choppy and the winds are high and I am keen to see what happens. My young Kiwi friends Reynar and Sam, together with their mother Di also want to watch. Martin and Rod decide to stay inside and talk. We watch the pilot boat come up alongside and we get in to position, then we watch it fall back so we race across to the other side of the ship and it comes up alongside, then falls back again. We also have an official ...
Today we leave direction Makassar, an important port in the south of Sulawesi where lots of battles took place between the 16th and 20th century due to its strategic position, spices and natural resources. From here we go to our long expected chilling place at the beach with white sand and coconut trees, transparent water and nobody within ...
... and a beautiful rainbow layered birthday cake! I was so happy that I cried! I then caught up with another teacher I met on the study tour and she took me out to lunch and dinner. It has helped me feel a bit better about being in Makassar and she helped me realise it's all ok. The countdown is on and I only have 6 more ...