Okay, well, The hair is a right old mess, but never mind. Down this street I’ve just spotted there’s some kind of market or something so I might be able to get a snack to eat, or something like that. See what is here. This guy looks like he’s selling drinks or something. Oh, hello. Hello. What is this? Cendol. Cendol? Oh, very good. How much one Cendol? Ah, how are you? Cendol good here? How much is this? How Rupiah, Rupiah? 5,000 okay, good. Cendol. We’ve got ice, condensed milk, what else? Some kind of jelly. And this? Okay, something. And this, coconut? Santan.
Santan? Okay. Yes please. Okay great. Thank you very much. Yes, thank you. Good. Thank you. Right, what’s going on in here? Looks like some kind of market. What’s this guy selling? What are these? Pancake. Pancake? Ah, okay. How much? 5,000 one bag. 1,000 one pack? 5.
5,000 one pack? Okay. I buy one from you. Chocolate, peanut? What is it? Peanut? Chocolate, peanut. Oh this one’s peanut, this one’s chocolate? I’ll take chocolate please. You made with these chocolate sprinkles, right? Very good. Okay, 5,000. Thank you very much. Cheers. Hello. Okay, through here some kind of market. So this cendol is lovely. I’m sucking up all the little bits of jelly through the straw. It’s like I’m drinking a bubble tea or something. Obviously much cheaper but still as delicious. Mmm. What is it? I dunno what it is. You show me? In here? Ice. Ice? Same as this? Cendol. Yeah. I have this cendol already. [laughter] Mmm. Mmm I don’t know, hahaha. Okay. Gonna have a look through this market not that I’ve finished my cendol. See what’s going on. Flip flops. Looks like this, definitely a local’s market. Escaped the tourist trap. Good. Buy orange please. Buy orange please? How much are your oranges? One kilo only 10,000. Ah, I don’t need 1 kilo, it’s too many. Maybe, how many for like 3 or 4 oranges? For like this how much? Take one more piece. One more, uh? Give 4,000. 4,000 okay. I give one 5, 5,000. Ah okay. Because back 1,000 no have. Ah, okay. No worries. I’ll give you 5,000. Only 5,000. There you go, 5,000. Thank you.
Thank you for the oranges. Where are from? I’m from Scotlandia. Oh, so far. Yes, so far. Okay, thank you. Okay, got some oranges. This guy on the megaphone behind me. Just kinda annoying but, try and get away from him. Hello. Hi, how are you? Ah, you are tailor, uh? Yeah. Ah, maybe you have a. I need a new zip for my bag. You have something I can put on here? Like a string or something for pulling? You have one of this? Yes.
You have? Yes, yes. Ah, okay. If you can show me, that will be good. I need two. I have one here, and one here. For, eh, pull. What are you doing? You are fixing someone’s, eh, trousers? You changing the size of the legs? Yes. Ah, okay, I understand. So you are making things or only fixing things for people? You are fixing like tears and doing this kind of work, right? Yes, yes. Ah, okay, good. You are the only one doing this, right? Ah, it’s good. You get all the customers for this type of business, right? It’s good. Why are you laughing? You want me to move? Oh this for you? Oh yeah. Ah okay, good. He’s doing a good job. Dunno if they’re for her. It looks like it’s for a man. Nice orange? No? Not nice. Throwing it away. [laughter] What’s your name? My name? My name is Dale. What is your name? Dale? Yeah. My name is Sardine. Sardine?
Yes. Like the fish? Like the small fish? Really, uh? But not a fish, not fish, eh. Eh, island, you know? Island? Island of sardines? Sardinia? Sardinia. Sardinia? Ah, okay. Yeah? Island Sardinia. Sardinia, I know it’s a beautiful island. Not fish.
Not the fish, ah. But you are saying your name is Sardine or Sardinia? Sardinia? Yes, Sardinia. Sardinia? Ah, good. This your nickname or your real name? This your real name, Sardinia? Yes. Ah okay, good. [laughter] This your boys or just they are coming to say hello? Oh yes, yes. They for you?
No, no, no. No, not for you.
Not my boys. My sister this one? Your sister? Your daughter? My daughter.
Your daughter? Ah, okay. Hello. What is your name? You speak any English, no? You learn English in school? Okay, I see. Okay, gonna show him my bag. My knockoff Ducati bag where the zip’s, well the zip handles have broken off. So it’s this one here. Ohh. I just need something, like string or something I can use to pull, this one and this one. Yeah. Cos when I’m pulling this one, just breaking off. Because cheap garbage. Yeah, I don’t think you have to replace this metal. I think you can just tying like rope around this. If you have small pieces of rope to tie around this that I can pull, this would work. Dunno if he has anything. Oh, I see, I see yeah. I see, yeah? Okay, you’re going to look? Maybe not bring here. Ah okay. I think maybe, yeah. Okay. I see, yeah? Only I see, yeah? Gonna have a look, to see what’s in this bag. Because mine stay in Ambarita, you know? Ah okay. All your things are in Ambarita? Yes. Only stop here. Uh huh. You coming here every day to work? No. Not every day? On Saturday? Yes, Saturday. This market is only Saturday market? Yes. Ah okay. Not every day? Ah, okay.
Today. What are you doing on another day? Monday to Friday, what are you doing? After that, back to Ambarita. Uh huh? But when it’s not Saturday, what are you doing for working? Yes. You are working in Ambarita? Ah, okay. Same job? Yes. Ah, okay. Oh, okay. Nothing here. Nothing here? Ah okay, no problem. It’s okay, yeah. I’m managing with this anyway. I can move this up and down. It’s just a small thing that I think you might have been able to help me with. But it was nice to talk to you anyway. Okay, I’m sorry. It’s okay. No need to be sorry. It was nice to talk to you. Yes. Okay, I’m gonna have a wee look around the market. Okay, see you. See you. See you again in Ambarita. Yes. Ambarita. Good. Looks like this, some kind of cafe where they’re drinking arak. Hello. You drink arak, arak? Ah. This, ah? Good. Hahaha, good, good, good. Arak. Everyone. I think the drink of choice around here. This all clothes. Ah. Hello. Hello. No you’re more friendly aren’t you? [laughter] Okay. Having a look here to see if there’s anything that might be tasty. What is this? Pfft, dunno what. These look like they are some kind of sweets. Oh hello again. How are you? You want something from here? You want something? No? Okay. Buy something for myself then. What are these? What are these things over here? What is good? Which one is good? Which one good? Show me, show me. Which one is good? Okay, obviously not learning English in the small school. Okay. Looking, looking. What is this? Oh, this big. Big, big, big. What about this? Oh, this looks good, right? This good? Mmm. Okay. I ask the lady how much. Yes. You want some? I give you some, okay? Ask the lady how much this is. How much is this? 10,000? Ah, okay. Right, this 10,000 for the lady. Okay. There you go auntie. 10,000. Okay. Now I have this. Okay, take. Argh, pull, pull, pull, pull, pull. Okay. You gonna share with your friend? You want 1 or more? You want more? Okay, good. I see if this man wants some? [laughter] I give to the little kids. You want some? You want a piece? Have a piece. Okay. On you go. You can take 2 if you want. If you’re hungry. Or 1 for your daughter and 1 for you. She doesn’t want? Okay, 1 for you. Okay. Thank you, see you, bye. Okay. Okay, I’ve got 3 for my fat self. That’s nice, innit? Oh, he’s got rambutan there. Yum, yum, rambutan. Doesn’t look very ripe though, this rambutan, unfortunately. This guy with a megaphone, ruining my audio, right now. Nobody’s even paying attention to him. He’s just [laughter]. Just sitting talking. Hello. Hello. Why you looking at me? You want some? Take. Okay, you can keep it. For you, haha. No worries. Okay. I’ve see there’s a lady that’s go more snacks over here. So, I think 1 piece of that enough for me. Hello. Hello.
What do you have? This. Oh, what is this one? This made from rice? Yeah, rice. Rice, ah? This looks nice. How much is this? For 1 piece, 1,000. 1 piece, 1,000?
Yes. Ah, okay. Give me, can I have 2 pieces please? Just 2 pieces? Yeah, I will try. And if, I dunno if I will like or not. Okay. Delicious. Ah, how are you? Ah, this good? Yum yum. Ah, good. [laughter] I gave to him. He’s a cool kid. Yum yum. [laughter] Why she laughing I say “yum yum”? Why is that funny? Why is that funny? That’s not funny. Ah, okay. Okay thank you.
I’m gonna try this. See if I like it. It’s made from rice and sugar, right? Yes. Okay. She’s still laughing. Why? Yeah, I’m trying to do this one-handed. She’s laughing because I’m biting this, but I’m trying to take it off one-handed. Okay. Yum yum. Yum yum, yeah. Yum yum, it is nice. She thinks it’s hilarious. Okay, for the small kid. This for you. Take it, take it. You want? No. Okay, I find some else to give it to? Or I’ll eat it myself. You want? Here, yum yum. Yum yum. She’s backing away from me. I’m gonna follow you into your house. Yum yum, yum yum. [laughter] This is your house? Can I come in?
Yes. Okay. Oh, I should take my shoes off, right? Hang on. I’ll take my shoes off. And let myself into her house. Oh hello. This is very nice. You sleeping here? Yes.
Oh. Who is this? Your mother? No.
No, no. Sister.
Sister? You all sisters live together? Yes.
Yes. Oh, even the kids are coming in. Come in. It’s an open house. Anyone can come in. Anyone can come in here. Are you gonna show me around? Show me around your house, that I’ve just invited myself into. Can I go speak to your sister? Okay. Okay. Gonna go over here. Hello sister! Hello. They invited me into your house. Oh, you cooking? Yes.
Oh. This curry? Mmm, that smells nice. Ah huh. This is? Gold fish. Oh this a fish curry? Oh, it smells delicious. Delicious? Yeah, it smells like, it smells like. Indonesia this delicious. Yeah, it smells like you’re using some coconut in there, right? Coconut. [laughter] What is funny about coconut? She thinks everything is funny. Funny, yes. Everything is funny for her. I say yum yum, she’s laughing. I say coconut, she’s laughing. Joking. Everything funny.
Uh huh. [laughter] And this your bathroom in here? Yes.
Yes. Can I look or no? Is it messy? Someone inside? No, no no.
I don’t want to push the door. Nobody inside?
No. Let me have a look. Ah, okay. Ah good. Okay. Where you get the water from? Water come from where? Oh, outside you have.
Lake Toba. Oh, you go to Lake Toba for the water?
Yes. Uh huh.
This clean water. This nice water. Yes, yes. And you also swimming in there? Swimming Lake Toba. And shower and shampoo and everything in Lake Toba?
Yeah. Ah, very nice. Good. And upstairs, what? Nothing. Nothing else here. Nothing, that’s just the outside? Yes.
Ah, okay. This a nice house. Okay, thank you. Okay. [laughter] Thank you for inviting me in. Okay.
Even though I kind of invited myself in. [laughter] And you are working in the market or what are you doing? No, in school. You’re working in a school? You’re a teacher? Teacher for what? Ah, okay. For small children or big children? Small, like this?
Uh huh. In Indonesia, the children are good behaviour or no? They are nice. [laughter] No, she doesn’t want to answer that question. I can not speak English. Ah, okay. Okay, these children, your school, they.
Little children. They good or bad? Good!
They good? Good! I’m glad. Yeah, they children that are running around outside, they seem nice.
Yes. Okay teacher, thank you for inviting me.
Where you come from? Me, I’m coming from Scotland. Scotland? Okay.
Scotlandia. You know? Yeah, far away. Okay.
A Far away cold country, to your beautiful hot country. [laughter] I don’t money. Uh?
I don’t have money. I don’t have money? You asking me for money? I offered you sweet. You don’t want sweet. You want money? You want money? You asking me for money or no? Yes. How much you need? Hmm. [laughter] What? 10,000? Okay, I give you 10,000 for your tour of your house. Okay? Uh? I think she thought I was saying to stay in your house. Okay, I see if I have 10,000. Okay, thank you for the tour of your house. Yes.
Okay, good. Okay, see you. I’m going to go eat my little rice snack, that nobody wants off me.
Okay, okay. Okay, bye bye. Enjoy your beautiful smelling dinner. Okay, see you. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too. Okay. Hello little kid. That’s me. Subscribe, subscribe. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Subscribe, subscribe, subscribe.
No! You don’t want to subscribe? You just want to look?
Yes, yes. Subscribe. Please subscribe. Please subscribe. Come on. First she wants to look before she decides if I want to subscribe. Subscribe, yeah? Subscribe? Yes! She subscribed! Okay, high five! Okay, see you girls. Bye, bye. Bye.
Bye, bye. Bye bye little kids. Hello, yes, my friends. My new subscribers. Okay. Okay, I think, pretty much seen everything in this market. It’s kinda small. Eh, yeah. Back on the bike. Hi. Oh hello. Are you following me? [laughter] I’m going away now.
Hello. Hello, how are you? The kids are following me. Where am I going? I’m going out now. Oh. What else is around here? Oh maybe they want some toys. You want? You want, yes? What you want? Show me what you want. No, you don’t want? No? Okay. See you. Bye. [laughter] I’m asking if he wants something. If he wants a toy. Okay then, see you. Bye bye. This my bike. Vroom, vroom. Vroom, vroom.
Vroom, vroom. Yeah. Maybe in like 2 years you will have your own bike. That seems to be about the age people are driving around here. Oh look at this. Someone’s knocked over my helmet. And it’s now full of bloody leaves and stuff. Ah, okay. Bye bye. [laughter] Okay.