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... actually I think one tear may have escaped. What a relief! Even if just having Wifi again for a week... allowed me some DOGGY FACETIME with the real Oscar! Now to find the exit out of this madhouse... just to go back out onto the mad streets. We also experienced another highlight of Jakarta... being its Plaza Indonesia... a huge sprawling shopping centre (with air-con!), extremely modern and clean, housing many designer and upmarket clothing and gadget stores. This was ...
... t really hit us yet but we both know that we're going to miss each other tons until we are each other again in September :( I had loooooads of time before my flight was leaving so sat in a cafe and got some food and a lovely iced frappe. I did lots of people watching and managed to upload all the recent pictures online too, so kept myself busy without any problems. Once we had successfully got on the place and everyone was sat down ready for take off, an announcement came ...
... I waited and Jim came downstairs with a form telling me that we had to go to a third Immigration Building which was at the opposite end of the city!! We left annoyed and jumped into a taxi, as public buses were slow, cramped and we were feeling hot. We decided we should go to Kota which is the Dutch quarter in Jakarta. It took over an hour in heavy slow moving traffic. We were however, rewarded with a lovely lunch which was set in an old colonial building.
Should we ...
point, and possibly my lowest point, I was having severe doubts about life. Is
what I am doing the right thing? Should
be at home with a 9-5 job like most of my friends? Should I be spending
all this money? Should I live a stable lifestyle in one place and not dream and
have such high ambition as I do? Is the path I am walking the right one? And so
on. I had had a hardcore day of
meditation and many tears came flowing down my face as ...
... famed Batavia Cafe, one hours drive..easier on a Sunday but allow 2-3 hours weekdays!! Must be good food!!
The drive is very entertaining.. past all classes of lifestyle, all modes of travel, past opulent high rises, squats under bridges etc etc.. Jakarta has 60% of it's population living under the poverty line...So they eke a living from anyway possible.. we would call it "Trash Collecting" but here it ...