Dissection of times and schedules and resultant spontaneity. (more…)
I’ve revamped the language section of this blog in attempts to make it more readable and more interesting. This version is slightly longer than the old version, but I think the information is a lot more personable. I think I’ve transcribed this information in a way that tells a little about the history of the country and my life in it now. READ ABOUT THE LANGUAGES OF INDONESIA.
I’ve also written a page on Kawah Ijen if you want to learn more about the world’s largest collection of acidic waters. Kawah Ijen is an active volcanic crater lake about 45 km northwest of my site. It is a place of scientific wonder, industry, and great beauty. READ ABOUT KAWAH IJEN.