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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Wednesday, March 3, we cruised into Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur) shortly after sunrise.  Turns out the port is pretty far away from the city itself; and, although we met the guide for our private tour a bit past 09:00, we … Continue reading

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Semarang, Java, Indonesia

Today, we woke up approaching Semarang, the capital of Central Java.  It has been clear both yesterday and today that we have left Bali, where Hinduism is the predominant religion, and moved into the Muslim dominated rest of Indonesia.  We … Continue reading

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I have been asked why so many signs in Bali are in English. Once again we are the beneficiaries of English being the default language of the world economy. Tourism and farming are the two main industries on Bali.  If … Continue reading

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Labor Relations

First:  After spending an entire career in human/labor relations, Michael found the interview note sheet at the Fat Hog pretty funny. Second: After spending ten days on this island looking at the people walking by or zipping by on motor … Continue reading

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A Day in Kedungu

The tiny village in which our villa sits is Kedungu, which is also the name of the beach at the end of the lane that passes through the village.  This morning, after a breakfast of yummy banana crepes, the six … Continue reading

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