The Komodo Island boat tour is practically a must-do for anyone going to Indonesia. If you’re young and fit, then almost any boat is probably okay. The most basic of these boats, however, are not designed for out-of-shape people, or partially blind travelers.
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The things is, Tim is the one who’s ticklish. I couldn’t wait to see his reaction to the fish nibbling on his toes. I was sure they were going to drive him crazy. Well, turns out that I had a somewhat harder time handling the little fishies than he did. I might have done some giggling…or guffawing. Okay, so I end up laughing my head off.
I was certain in my strategy now. Even if I didn’t want the dang thing, I was going to get it for the best price I could. Again, I went up only a small bit. I think the crowd was surprised at my temerity and they delighted in the challenge between the shopkeeper and myself.
Then he made a maneuver that was wild even for these two-wheelers, he went up the freeway ramp going to wrong way. The WRONG WAY. Now, I’ve been in the insane chaos of a Paris traffic circle, and in a taxi in Cairo where the lines in the road seem to mean nothing and when everyone rushes forward it seems like a miracle no one crashes into each other; but I’ve never had a driver intentionally go the wrong way on the freeway.