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... at around 9:00 am no lines we almost went straight thru except for our visa. We didnt have quite enough in euros for the visa but the visa girl was very kind and said she could take a blend (ie. 3 visa's in Euros and 1 x visa in Rupiah).
Our bags were waiting for us even the famous guitar was taken off the belt and waiting. The guitar has a few dings (which was expected coming thru Singapore ...
Today I am supposed to be going to a temple to watch the sunset. However, having booked n pays for it yesterday I still don't have confirmation despite going to the tour desk this morning to double check. Oh well I will be in hotel lobby at 2pm as instructs and there better be a driver waiting for me! Bugger broke my new sunnies! I should never have doubted. This afternoon has been stunning. ...
... bitter plume that drifts on the breeze at dawn and dusk.
I've been very busy learning about the places I get stuck. In my mind and in my body, and interestingly, how they correlate. I've never been more aware of how closely my mind and body are linked, and how my nervous system plays tricks on me.
Each of our teachers brings something new to the table: Peter, with his wealth of knowledge and the way he challenges us. Jennie with her gentle enthusiasm. Layananda, ...
... took part in a Sack Race in a suburb of Jarkarta.
Oh Jokowi I wish you all the luck you are going to need!
Meanwhile the very spooky other 'failed' candidate - Prabowo in still not accepting the results is feeding his supporters lunch packs as they keep vigil outside the Recounting The Votes Office.
Makes my birthday celebration seem a little humble - but I'll try my best to prepare for this new year - never know what lies ahead.
... rude. He had course, long, black and grey hairs sprouting out of all areas of his face. His teeth were non existent and his ear seemed to be mangled. He was friendly though in his limited English so who am I to complain. As I looked closer I saw white markings on his face. Focusing on this I noticed they weren't white markings at all. They were half a dozen grains of rice stuck to his head. As this point in my staring he looked out the window while changing lane. It was then ...