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The thing is, we found that people were thrilled to have us there. They were excited to share their party with foreigners (of which there were very few). We got hugs and people wanting to talk to us. They loved taking pictures and showing off for the camera. Over the four days of the festival, I received three spontaneous kisses on the cheek.
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Some of the coolest things to do require being in good physical shape. Some fat people are in good shape, some are not. We started this journey in the ‘not’ category. The trick is to be smart about your abilities. Don’t be afraid to try things that push your limits, but some activities may not be right for you at this point in time. Talk to your guides, discuss options and ask for help if you need it.
This video shows a fight. The back and forth is a little slow, but it is powerful. When one Komodo Dragon takes a tail smash to the jaw from its rival you can hear the smack, and the resulting howl of pain.
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Not only were the stairs down into Bena Village very tall and irregular, so were the ones within the village itself. Tim ended up at times with an entourage helping him navigate the terrain. The thing is, the whole village became interested in this big stranger who came to visit.
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The first few days in Jakarta were rough for Tim. The rough sidewalk in front of our hostel was crowded on one side by a bulging hedge and the other by endless traffic. Every few steps there was another obstacle, sometimes a step up, sometimes down, things to dodge. And our favorite, a step down immediately followed by a step up. None of it was even, or smooth or remotely predictable.