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... 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 ran over bumps and holes in the road. The journey got worse as the back of the bus also had a huge bass speaker that blared the bassline of the music playing for hours- you could feel each beat in your chest. it ...
... 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 ...
... were easy and Harris translated, "when he says run you run when he says stop you stop" haha. They fiddled with the paraglide then everybody shouted run and I ran towards the edge. Just before the edge as if like magic I began to fly, it was an awesome feeling. We soured for 15 minutes over the forest then the houses and fish farms. when we got low all the children ran out of the school waving and shouting and we landed right on target. It was the closest I have ever got to flying ...
... a trough of water and a scoop to pour it over you – but the building itself was great. Built in a colonial style, it had a huge veranda with sofas and armchairs where we congregated in the afternoon to chat and watch the goings-on in the market below. All that was missing were the G&Ts. The Saturday street market in Kota Nopan was quite an experience. It was held under temporary canopies strung from building to building with each ...