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... by boar, it bites his hand when he attempts to punch it so he calls in his mates with spears and on horseback to help. One of them sneaks up on it from behind. A man offers a gift to his wife on valentines day (probably forgot and bought it from the mamak ten mins earlier). Men bring lunch of pigs home to daughter, who is busy pulling the tail of a horse much to her brothers annoyance as he's trying to ride it.
And who said religion is boring eh!
So, fear ...
... the town – shame about the heavy grey clouds overhead! We relax and make use of the internet for a while, then head out to explore a little and to get some dinner. The town is a busy place, with large numbers of shops, restaurants and bars – and even though there are plenty of tourists the places don’t seem very busy. We end up in a local restaurant where there’s a good selection of veggie-friendly Indonesian food and the beers are ...
... better. It was delicious
fish and chips, fresh from the sea.
As soon as I got into the car, the driver encouraged me to
sleep. I did.
That night, I went to get my brother coffee from that coffee
place and then settled into a small mom-pop café on the same sidestreet. I
talked with two English girls on their gap year.
I packed and had a sleepless night afraid that I would miss
the extremely early taxi ride to the airport.
I couldn’t get enough of the rice paddies. It’s just ...
Sunrise on the deck misty but very beautiful this morning. Will make this a regular morning ritual. After breakfast walked into Sugawati and practiced the local language on the way. Stopped at local infant school for photo opportunity with some very keen kids. We were quite the hit as they were with us. Caught a local bus into Batu Bulan (approx R20,000 each with a little on the side ...