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... crackers, cucumber with garlic, rice and chicken curry. Then we had the most scrumptious dessert, which was basically boiled rice that had been mashed, filled with coconut and palm sugar, steamed and then lightly fried - so simple but so yummy.
The evening was another lazy one with everyone sitting around chatting and playing cards until about midnight.
So, what now?
Next stop is Bandung, to see the Angklung Bamboo Music Show. ...
... But the indicated fuel level on the gauge never really moves from 100% mark until the actual fuel level is less than 50% and that varies too.
Presently, my gauge was showing just a little less than 100%. So the remaining quantity may be 50%, or 30% or 70%. I didn’t have a freakin’ clue. So I started searching for a petrol station which sold my usual unsubsidized PertaMax. But for some reason, the oil company supplies this fuel in ...
I am now back from my Vipassana
meditation retreat to Ubud, at my sister's place.
This has been one of the most intense,
painful, beautiful and important experiences in my life. I want to
share with you why, but before please make sure of the following.
It is absolutely forbidden to read this
article in a stressed environment, in 5 minutes in front of your
computer at work while eating a sandwich. What I'm about ...
We were up for brekkie at 6am as we were being picked up for our next destination at 7.30, the bus didn't arrive until 8.30, think of that extra sleep I could have had!!!
It took a couple of hours to get to the tea plantation which was really lovely. Those women work so hard for so little, not sure how they do it, but they still have a massive smile on their face for us. We had mid-morning tea and fried banana, yum!
We are ...
One of the first things which became apparent when wandering the streets of Jakarta was the lack of any sort of pedestrian crossing facility. This created a rather hazardous scenario given the hectic traffic congestion which typifies the roads, seemingly at all times of the day. This effectively turns what should be a simple everyday occurrence like crossing the road into a living hell. The swarms of swerving peeping scooters in addition to other heavy goods vehicles and cars ...