Wow, WordPress has been getting fancy. I have been pretty bad with updating my blog, but the WordPress analytic gave me some motivation. Apparently, I had over 2,000 people visit the blog. Woah. Yikes. Most of them found it when they searched for supermarkets in Baltimore. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest … Continue reading
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This gallery contains 22 photos.
Quaint clean good English bells ringing temples orange crowded coca cola sculpture Australians live music beach lights cameras short
Hilly mountainous cooler conifers villages in valleys cows grass lots of produce: pineapples, peppers, chilis, tomatoes, squash, pumpkin, bananas Smelling pee the whole way up the tangkuban, but then later realizing it was from the sulphur of the crater Getting lost on top of a volcanic crater Seeing seven huge black monkeys Banding train station … Continue reading
Barren Dry hilly and flat Japanese caves from WWII two male monkeys humping couples in the park Christianity lava rocks plastic burning eating fresh fish touristy waterfall as recommended by garuda in flight magazine driving a motorcyle for theee hours to map critical infrastructure in kupang wandering chickens and goats hard rain storm leading to … Continue reading
Getting on planes, trains, and buses is always an interesting adventure in asia. Plane passengers are generally unaware that they are taking up aisle space when they take chat and put their bags up in he overhead compartments. Some are overly pushy- thinking that it is a race to getc into their seat. I like … Continue reading
Last week we expanded our Indonesian HOT Team. As part of a way to spread open source skills and hand off responsibilities to locals, we added six new recruits who will be helping us to teach OSM throughout the high risk areas of Indonesia. They will be helping us “apply the principles of open source … Continue reading