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Pantun: T-Day

Ayam kalkun makan tak tahu apa, petani ke sawah membawa pangkur. Walaupun jauh dan jarang berjumpa, atas persahabatannya kami bersyukur. Source: Pantunation

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MiLo’s Northern Thailand Ride

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MiLo’s Trans-America Ride

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MiLo’s Honeymoon Phase 1: Banten Ride

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MiLo’s First Ride: Bandung – Pangandaran – Ujung Genteng

No GPS. No Maps. Follow your nose until you get there, a.k.a. the Albany Method.

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DKI Lagi

In the Fall of 1982 I was a Junior at U.C. Berkeley. By that time, I was right on my way to becoming a relatively well-versed armchair-ethnomusicologist: I spent hours absorbing recordings and performances of traditional music from around the … Continue reading

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Rubber on the Road

I’ll miss my hog, but this zippy little Kaw will be a different kind of fun—riding in Jakarta is not unlike motocross! (4 days and counting…)

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Departure Date Draws Nigh

19 days and counting… I submitted my visa application, yesterday, and my housing situation seems to be in order. I am ready (in my mind anyway!)—still some purging and packing to do… This is the UNJ guesthouse located adjacent to … Continue reading

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Fond Farewell

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 was my last day at Teachstone. Although I worked mostly from home, it was a great place to be —friendly folks, a flexible management that played to my strengths, and a supervisor who knew me well … Continue reading

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Status Update

I just got word that my visa paperwork is making it’s way through the final stages on the Indonesia side and that I should receive the “visa telex” by mid-October! I also received my first funding installment from Georgetown and … Continue reading

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