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... had to balance on the slippery
rim of the rice field and then climb up a slide to the flower. There it
was: maybe 150 cm high. I did not find it too impressing, and was only
wondering how out of a kind of tree trunk such a weird blossom could
grow and more important how the hell would I get back without falling
into the mud....well that problem was quickly solved I got a big bamboo
stick to keep my ...
... 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 ...
... and if you hit the nest they all sting you and you die". This was great news to have considering we told them we wanted to canoe to the island and well they are big fans of 'captain hindsight' here. After canoeing Harris taught us how to cook and we cooked our dinner with him. This was good fun seeing as him and Noi were stoned and a good laugh. Kirsty is unsure if she can replicate the cooking, I tell you what we will not be replicating and that is the four teaspoons of ...
Woke up early for breakfast and had some toast made for us again because we were the only white ones there! After breakfast, we headed out so that we could find onward travel to Lake Toba. After enquiring at a few places we managed to book travel for 7 pm that night. Therefore we had most of the day to kill. We headed back to our hotel to pack and check out. We ...
... 2” sign with his fingers, so we abandoned and found ourselves something else to do. We walked near the canyon and had lunch in a bamboo hut overlooking it, which was very nice. We visited the Japanese caves, a grid-like tunnel constructed by Indonesians during WWII. A group of students approached us and ended up singing a happy birthday song for Iuri. Their teacher was very keen for them to ask us lots of questions so ...