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... with a bucket of tools and a small jack. They foraged in the fields and yards for bits of wood to hold the bus up, and soon there it was, supported by a precarious pile of scrap wood. About half the passengers were still sleeping on the bus. Others came outside to wait under the dark smoky sky. One family was near its destination and a motorcycle arrived to pick them up. First they stacked the luggage on it and the motorbike moved off slowly with one of the big boxes ...
... of the wells and turning them into deathtraps for baby elephants.
One sad story about Sakura, a 3 years old baby elephant who did not survive the rescue was reported in this news. Soeratno said there are many more real sad stories about poor baby elephants fell in the deathtraps.
Luckily there are some efforts to help put the distressing nightmare of wells for all of elephant parents to an ...
... in all my travels across Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia until this moment. Was he was actually trying to kill someone?
If it sounds like I’m exaggerating its because I am. Obviously he was not a murderous bus driver. I hope. With his foot flat down on the accelerator and using the horn instead of the brakes, he was a menace. It was a ...
... what we wanted despite us pointing to the menu (which was in Indonesian!). Defeated we got up to leave when another customer on a table next to us asked if he could help us – he ordered our food for us (we still have no idea why the waitress couldn’t understand) and we chatted until our food arrived. When it did he got up to leave and said good bye only to reappear 2 minutes later. He had paid our bill for us ...
... the situation. Bags of rice, vegetables, chickens and a kid that kept throwing up all adding to the madness of the journey and there was Ron and I, hot, sweaty and wondering how long we'd have to put up with the smells and joys of the journey.
After about three hours we arrived in Carubin and just about had time to drag our bags from the bus before it sped off in a cloud of dust. A quick phone call to Pat to let ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed