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... remember trying to figure out how to cross the street in front of the hotel with all the cars, buses, bikes and motorcycles. I think there were 5 streets than meet at the corner and I stood in our hotel room looking down, hearing the blaring music and taking videos of the traffic. Then we will track down an instant tailoring shop for silk shirts for Gary and perhaps a dress or two for Gill and Lisa.
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... 840 kms to the north, and on ships as far as 6,000 kms away.
What was most destructive were the tsunamis that resulted, waves more than 40 metres high that devastated coastal Java and Sumatra - 165 villages were destroyed and more than 36,000 people killed. The wave’s passage was recorded far from Krakatau, reaching Aden (on the Arabian Peninsula) in 12 hours, a distance ‘travelled by a good steamer in 12 days’, and measurable wave effects were even ...
... kind of spooky. Have you ever been in a quiet, empty hotel? I wandered the grounds and encountered numerous staff, but no other guests. At one point in the evening I saw and heard a lounge singer in the lobby bar. She was singing to nobody. I was tempted to sit for awhile just so she would have an audience, but...I didn't.
After working in the room for a couple of hours I headed downstairs and asked the concierge if there was any place I could walk in the area, ...
So that's a wrap of Belitung trip. Good island, still lots of tourism potential to tap, and friendly people as always. Made a good impression, and the short time in Membalong beach is definitely a reason to come back.
Til next time, Laskar Pelangi!
... guess ended not so innocently $80 later. With new clothes in hand it was time to pick up a Jay Co. donut and oreo frappe before jumping in the taxi and returning home before dad was back from work. Filling in time I went to change some money to rupiah or as I call it bongo bucks and then it was time for dinner. I know this must just sound like a foodies tour and it probably will become that. We went to the hotel across the road from ...