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... rode bikes, danced and did tricks. The man beat a drum and I felt sorry for the monkey on his chain as the performance was constant, no rest. But that's Asia for you. The good thing about the centre was that it had a shop with free internet so I was able to do some research at long last. To no avail really. Java was proving very difficult to organise anything and all I was coming up with was blanks. The intentions and ideas were there but without transportation ...
... were to stay outside, as the others were starting to get out.
We went to a house where we were offered traditional candies and coffee or tea. Our hosts were very kind and also found a few bottles of cold beverages for those in the group who needed something cold to drink (It was a hot and sunny day).
We ended our tour by crossing the river in a raft with all the bikes (without the horse carriage!) and went back to the hotel.
... isn't enough to make a huge difference, but we are also hoping to perhaps fundraise a little bit of money in the future (perhaps at grad?) to donate towards PNTC. I figured a gift to the clinic would be better than getting her something she probably doesn't need, especially since PNTC and helping children is what she dedicates her life to. I started my usual morning off by treating Feri, who hadn't been there for 2 days - not sure why. I know she isn't ...
... who was stolen away by an evil king. Her husband (Ramah) got the help of a monkey army to get her back and at the end of the dance the fires were lit to prove that she hadn't lost her virginity. The monkey dancers were my favourite, they were doing breakdancing moves and climbing trees. At the end of the performance the audience all rushed down to the stage to take pictures with the ...
... well, one person supporting the trunk and one facilitating leg movement (he was able to do the arm movement himself) -Bagas responds really well to tactile facilitation on the muscles that he needs to be using (ex: quads, neck extensions, abdominals, etc) Mily took us for bakso (meatball and noodle soup) today with her family. I met her husband Aldi, mother in law Ellie, and sister in law Ella. They are so nice! I think that their family is ...
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- Free parking