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... clearly too hot for that sort of behaviour and preferred to show off their 'endowment' to all and sundry.
It was an excellent morning, but when I left all I could think about was getting back to the hotel, having a shower and then a dip in the pool. Which I promptly did. This was Heaven on Earth. The morning had been great and so it was only natural that the afternoon would be a little disappointing. Well, it was more ...
... Bernadette to the centre of Flores. The airport was a total joke. Barely any security, two computers for five check-in counters, staff smoking everywhere,… The flight was smooth though. The next morning we went to see the three volcanic lakes which each have a different colour. The locals believe that according to your age and character at the time of death, their soul moves to one of the lakes. It was beautiful at sunrise. That afternoon I left my dutch friends ...
... who knows if any of its true i thought..
But upon getting home and googling him.. he was rapping in 5 languages and performing at huge corporate events including KPMG Shanghai, in hip hop attire..... !
He can be seen here:
and, of course his OOOOficial page:
... Sure enough, an hour later and we were still on a narrow trail that still seemed to have many uphill sections even though we were supposed to be going down the mountain!! After about 3 hour and 30min of total walking we found ourselves at the bottom. We quickly made our way back to the guesthouse to collect our bags as we had to attempt to catch a bus from the main road as there was no main bus station.
It took about an hour but eventually the right bus came along ...
... Hindu epic the Ramayana (though Indonesia is the world's largest majority-Muslim country, Bali remains primarily Hindu). The male chorus provides the musical accompaniment, constituting a sort of a cappella gamelan. (A gamelan is an Indonesian musical ensemble, usually made up mostly of various percussion instruments, and traditionally from Java and Bali).
I studied gamelan music for about a month in 11th grade as part of my IB Music class. I loved the exotic ...