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... the smoke from wafting into the non- smoking rest of the bus. And just to top it off the toilet was directly behind us, wonderful! The roads of Sumatra are by far the worst we've experienced on this trip so we were literally being knocked around as the bus went over bumps and holes in the road. This nightmare was made worse because at the back of the bus there was a huge bass speaker that blared for hours- you could feel ...
... who knows me knows: I
am crazy about cinnamon! What a pleasure to pass beautiful landscape with
jungle and rice paddies with the smell of cinnamon in my nose. When we
arrived in the village, I asked the welsh if he had smelt that too, oh
that was the Christmas smell...From the village we had to
walk through rice paddies to get to the flower. Because of the rain last night
everything was muddy and slippery, ...
... have to deal with it.
After 3h of a very bumpy
hairpin road the bus stopped. No one said anything so at first
in the bus. Later I asked one of the rare English speaking passengers
what was going on.
A truck had broken down in one of the curves and our
bus was too big to pass so we had to wait. But no worries this should
only take 3-4hours. Haha very funny. This cannot be serious...well it
was serious so
I decided to have ...
... dream as mum will tell you when she locked the windows after I watched peter pan as I did believe but I have yet to try hand gliding. After paragliding we decided to go canoeing - well they said you can hire a canoe. It was not a canoe it was more like the thinnest unstablest kyak you have ever seen, to them a fishing boat. We hired it at exactly the wrong time, in the afternoon the lake is choppy but smooth in the morning. As soon as I saw it I made Kirsty put the camera ...
... their wares set out around them on a tarp on the floor. It ran for hundreds of metres. It was a reminder that the average height of the Indonesians is quite small, as we were practically bent double to be able to make our way through the market under the awnings and supporting ropes. It was incredibly colourful with an amazing variety of fruit, vegetables, fish and meat on offer. The next day was to be the longest ride of our whole tour at 184km, ...