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... no windows and so much character sounded it's whistle as he chuffed out of the station.
It was difficult to know which side to look as we passed workers in their coolie hats tending the rice crops, the fisherman along the waters edge, the birds as they hovered and then swooped down to catch the fish before the fishermen. It was such a memorable sight.
The train chuffed along, I managed to stand at the back of the carriage so was able to get some great ...
... Sadly this magnificent structure was abandoned shortly after it was completed along with the decline of Buddhism. Not long after that it was covered by a layer of volcanic ash and faded from the pages of history. It was not until Stamford Raffles (Again his name crops up) turned up in 1815 that the site was again uncovered and a restoration attempt was undertaken. Tragically this exposing of it to the elements has greatly sped up ...
... tourists so much- with people gawking at us as we wandered around. There was only us and 2 other ‘white’ couples there, we were quite the spectacle. Never before having asked to get our photo taken by a stranger, this was quite a novelty!!
When the first guy asked if he could get a photo, we thought he meant us take a photo of him- “no no, a photo of you two!”
Cracked us up! After this freak there was about another ...
... faith, we have questions and answers, interpretations,
debates. In Christianity, in Catholicism, in other faiths, the same
thing-debates, interpretations. That is the beauty. It's like being a
musician. If you found the note, and you kept hitting that note all the
time, you would go nuts. It's the blending of the different notes that
makes the music."
Mitch questions: The music of what?
... women and two men. So I wasn’t the only woman to climb.
At 4 pm, we were ready at the foot of Mount Sumbing, to climb the peak, through a new route. We started our first step on a gravel road and slightly uphill through the vegetable farms. On our way, we found a small river and tiny waterfall, where the group from Bandung stopped to take some water. About an hour away from the starting point, we arrived at the Pos1, a flat area as a border between ...