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Hi to all who read this blog later on..
I'm Azly from Malaysia and this is my first trip to Indonesia.
On 6th February 2015 my friend and I ready to fly to Jakarta. we took first flight 7.50am operated by Lion Air at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 cost approximately 2 hours to arrive in Jakarta. Due to the time difference between Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta is approximately 1 hour, then we arrived in Jakarta at about ...
... 163;8 hotel, right by the airport, that was luxurious to the max. Along with that we ate in what at first glance looked like a ****** little warung only to be royally fed and serenaded by some banging Bali techno all for the usual requisite tuppence. It was only a shame I couldn't make the most out of the airport hotel luxury, the best bed and pillow I've had in two months, as AirAsia demanded we get up at 5am for our flight back to Java the next morning. Which is why we ...
... I had turned “Highways” off. Thereon, it has generally been alright. Problem with not relying totally on the phone is that it is not IP rated; so I cannot have it on my dash through the journey. Also, the android GPS needs internet support which might be unavailable outside the main cities in Indonesia. So, I need both the devices!
Coming back to the story, Tangkuban Perahu wasn’t showing up on the Garmin and I did not want to risk putting coordinates ...
... I took my things and went out on the street and managed to flag a taxi. I explained to the driver where I was going and off I went.
It all sounds simple enough, but keep in mind that I'm a girl going out by myself in a country where I am not fluent in the language. Where the culture and the customs are all different, and I have to be constantly aware of motorbikes and passerbys. Being able to do something by myself and with success ...
... but no luck. So Asep dropped each of us off and went looking himself, and brought it back for the Aussies (lol).
The next day we had another trip planned! We got Jojo to drive us to Udjo, an Angklung school and theatre. Angklungs are a musical instrument made of bamboo, and each one is a single note...and all you do to play the note is wiggle it. So you'll have different size hanging structures with different size Angklung that you wiggle to play notes. ...