Dr. Haji Johar bin Dato Paduka Haji
Appointments are difficult to make in this oil-rich country--a waiting time of many months is not unusual. I got mine without delay, for which I'm indebted to the Ambassador.
And that's not all. Lulu and I were his house guests. To reach
his residence from downtown
Donald and Taylor Ensenat had two children--Farish, a budding beauty of fourteen, and Will, an outgoing, charming little guy of ten.
Lulu asked him if he and his sister ever played with the Sultan's children.
"No," he said. "They play with themselves."
Then he cracked up.
"I said a funny, didn't I?"
Ambassador Ensenat had loaned us his
car and driver to go sight seeing.
There is a small and very special group of these outsiders, but
workers is hardly the proper description. They are players, polo players from
The Sultan of Brunei is dedicated to polo, a sport few of his
countrymen find of interest. So, on a rotating basis, the Sultan contracts with
Argentinean players. They come to