Manuel discovers unusual sports in Indonesia
In spite of its 15,000 islands and a population of almost 250 million people, Indonesia is not, on the face of it, a great sporting nation. The country has never shone in the Olympic Games and its athletes are unknown outside its borders. And yet far from the well-trodden paths, Manuel discovers unusual sports which are deeply rooted in the multifarious and colourful Indonesian culture.
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