Degradatie voor Polleman?


Wat gaat hier zoal aan vooraf?

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FrutselenindeMarge

Een kort moment is commissaris Tuinman geheel uit het veld geslagen en sprakeloos. Het duurt gelukkig niet lang. Het is de taak van een deskundig en bekwaam politieman om onder alle omstandigheden volk en vaderland te dienen en het hoofd koel te houden.

Een tweetal nieuwe figuren treedt de keuken binnen en vraagt de verzamelde politiediensten in verband met een code 140-melding in actie te komen. Als in de consternatie het glas van agent Polleman omkukelt wordt duidelijk dat de inhoud niets anders dan onschuldig water is. Commissaris Tuinman haalt in gedachten het vinkje achter ‘degradatie’ voor Polleman weer weg.

Sjaan en Cornelis blijven in de keuken achter.

‘Code 140?’

Cornelis haalt zijn schouders even op.

‘Weet ik het. Doe mij nog maar een neutje.’

‘Dat pak je mooi zelf maar. Dan doet ik de volgende meeuw in de pan.’


(c) 2018 Hans van Gemert

Afbeelding: Pixabay


Deze episode past in twee uitdagingen

140w Augustus Achtertuin

FrutselenindeMarge - een verhaal in 140 woorden met het verplichte 'achtertuin' (mag ook in delen)

Hoe gaat dit verder?

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Hi, all of you. Last week I went to Bali for a few days before I flew on to Australia. I had a switch to Jakarta where I found out my debit card didn't work. He stood up worldwide but still didn't manage to pin. That was quite annoying because I had so well prepared for Australia that I had forgotten Bali a bit. So I had not exchanged money and so nothing with me. I was very thirsty and started to get hungry. I panicked slightly because I had no money, no working debit card, knew no one and no food or drink anymore. Fortunately, I found out that I could use my debit card to 3 different banks in Indonesia. When I arrived at Bali I managed to pin at the first vending machine I met, I just had no idea how much to pin and didn't know the course.. I went for 400,000 IDR. I had something to eat and drink and then I arranged a taxi to my hotel. That was when I found out that 400,000 IDR is not so much (about €25). The taxi ride was 400.000, so I had a little less because I had bought some food and drinks. I asked the taxi driver if it was possible to stop at one of the three banks where I could pin if it's okay. I think we've had about five banks and vending machines, and it didn't work anywhere! Meanwhile I got some stress because I couldn't afford this man and then I had nothing left to buy my dinner. Fortunately, the hotel was able to offer the remaining amount and I asked on Facebook if someone could help me. An acquaintance of my father read that and sat half an hour away from me. There was also a shop with an ATM. She gave me the tip to download the app Gojek to arrange a cheap taxi and so I went to her. She advanced the taxi for me and we went to the shop together. The plan was that she would pin for me and I would transfer it to her but I wanted to try to see if my pass would do it here. And he just did it! I immediately pinned 1.500,000 IDR and immediately bought some breakfast and drinks. Gojek is not only a handy app to get a taxi, but you can also have food delivered. The next morning I was picked up at 6 o'clock for a day tour. First we drove about 2 hours to get to the Lempuyang Temple and take a picture at the Gates of Heaven. This was the Instagram tour of get your guide. The guide told a lot and took pictures all day! Super nice because I could send some nice pictures of myself home. The queue for the picture would be about 2 hours stood everywhere, my guide worked with other guides already in line so I only had to wait 20 minutes. Meanwhile I could walk around and enjoy the beautiful view of the Agungberg because the guide stood in line for me. So it was still pretty early, I had quite a jet-lag and it was only winding roads in the mountains. I started to get a little carsick so we stopped at a nice view spot until I felt a little better.. Then we went to Tirta Gangga water palace. This is a really nice place! It is known as the most beautiful former royal water palace in all eastern Bali. You can see the fountains, gardens and statues and also walk over the stones in the water! My guide told me that there are also pools where locals come to swim on weekends. Outside the palace you have a view over the super beautiful rice fields. Then we drove to the Tukad Cepung waterfall. This is quite a climb and especially with such a bad hip/back as I have. But it's only 15 minutes and it's definitely worth it! You get into a kind of cave where some water flows through. This I already liked to watch and also very refreshing after that climb and since it was 38 degrees that day. As you continue, you will arrive at a waterfall that comes from above the sunlight! For the next I was very afraid! The famous Bali Swing, a swing over the jungle. I'm really afraid of heights and had looked up a lot about this. You are stuck with only one safety cable. But I thought to myself, so many people do this daily, so just do it. On the way to the swing I had to cross a suspension bridge which I normally never did. But also this I have conquered. I didn't enjoy it very much because I was really scared, but the view was very impressive and afterwards I'm really glad that I just did this. I also got a mini high tea with the same beautiful view as on the swing. Finally we have walked over the rice terraces and this was again beautiful. Super nice view and what a rest! All in all a super fun but also tiring day. The next day my flight to Australia was late at night. That day I had a super tasty traditional Balinese massage and I ate at the airport. It's so nice that you guys read some of my trip again! So now I'm back in Australia and I'll tell you more soon! Greetings:) Perth Australia - Read more Brisbane Australia - Read more Magnetic Island + Fraser Island Australia - Read more Sydney Australia - Read more Melbourne Australia - Read more Cairns Australia - Read more Invite friend - logon