Day 58, Mon., March 4, 2013–Ujung Pandang (Makassar), Indonesia

Ujung Pandang

     Today was the day we were waiting for, Ray had his staples removed!  They took them out alternately to make sure all was okay and then removed the rest.  I went up to Wii Bowling and met a couple that had gone ashore and then came back saying there was nothing in the terminal.  You would really need a taxi to do anything and Ray was not up for that yet, and it was very, very hot and humid.  We were docked right next to the ferry.  This Island is basically Muslim and Bali was Hindu.

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     Being a port day there were not too many activities on board.  We had a nice relaxing lunch in the dining room and I spent the day quilling and finally finished my project for the North American Quilling Convention on May 3 and 4 in South Bend. I also finished painting the little girl from Peru.

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     Steve Stevens was back with an even better show than the first time.  He did comedy and played the trumpet and sang.

“Life is made of millions of moments, but we live only one of these moments at a time.  As we begin to change this moment, we begin to change our lives.”  ~  Trinidad Hunt

One Response to “Day 58, Mon., March 4, 2013–Ujung Pandang (Makassar), Indonesia”

  1. Mary Clem Says:

    your quilling is beautiful and the little girl is cute…good job on both….noticed Ray looks a little thinner,hope he is feeling ok….the weather here is finally going to be warmer…today 58, 65, 68, 70,71 then 67….,.I’d love the temp you are having, but not the humidity…have enjoyed reading your blog…have fun. Mary

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