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James is from Bristol and is training to be an Accountant, he unfortunately is the only single guy on the tour and will have to put us with all us girls for 2 weeks.
Mags is from Canada and is a tattoo artist and has a really cool piercing on her temple.
Vanessa is from Cologne, Germany and studying to be a social worker.
Cat is from Wales and went travelling to Australia and ended up getting sponsored and working ...
... a graveyard. Ok... maybe not that harsh. A graveyard with some tumbleweed rolling past. It was kind of pretty though... I suppose. Fronting the main square is an old Portuguese cannon, 'Si Jagur', believed to raise a woman's chances of bearing children if she sits astride it... obviously I just had to have a go! The main aim of our journey to Kota, was not just to see the tumbleweed and smell the human waste and litter in the local canals, but to visit the infamous ...
... I was upset because this was the first thing I had done after Anna left and I was stuck in the situation alone. I was worried about where to go and what to do and how the school in Cambodia would react when I told them I would be arriving a day late. I was worried about how much this would all cost. Above all I was upset because everyone in the airport walked past and just stared at me like I was a theatre show, no one thought to ask what was wrong or if they could help ...
... out in two days, were able to laugh about the day but we had no visa extension! This was our first day in Java, Jakarta.
There was to be no visa joy in Jakarta over the next two days. We found some little gems there though, like the super Magnum cafe, where all the desserts are made with magnum ice creams. We took the camera out to take pictures of our plates that had 3 magnum ice creams standing upright with different flavours and garnishes, but the plates looked ...
... been so blessed to have met, the things I
have done and the way I think about life. I felt so overwhelmed with happiness
and appreciative of my life that I have actually decided to turn my life into a
story and write a book. A large part of the book will be connected to how Vipassana
meditation and related philosophies are connected to my way of thinking and how
that way of thinking has made life a little more clear to me and the path on which
I walk towards my goal. ...
Other places to stay in Jakarta
Setiabudi, Jakarta | Hostelfrom $11