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Travel Blogs from Jakarta
... the Jakarta Museum.
We first drove through the very busy streets of Jakarta for an overview of the highlights. We saw the magnificent Roman Catholic Cathedral, seat of the Archbishop of Jakarta that was consecrated in 1901. Very close to this is the Istiqlal Mosque with a seating capacity of 200,000. This mosque is second largest in the word, and is only full twice a year at the end of Ramadan and during the Hutch.
... world we live in
Having read inferno by Dan Brown. Overpopulation and human disregard and disrespect for the planet are seen everywhere here. Ignorance and greed to blame. What will be left when my son travels with his children? I'm really not ...
... is just not that good. It seemed like everything we were served was full of bones and very little meat, most of which was over-cooked. Many people got sick during this leg of the trip- both from the food and from exhaustion. People were dying to get their hands on any non-Indonesian food when we left. There is a good reason why there aren’t more Indonesian restaurants in the US. Ms. Pangestuthe has more than just a branding problem on her hands. ...
... from the oil and industry museum to transportation. There was also a 4d movie that was available. We decided to stick to the communities but did get to do the cable car over the whole park at the end of our trip.
Today was hot and we were getting pretty tired of walking around in the sun so we decided to head home and go for a swim. The pool was empty and we had a wonderful swim. Laying out next to the pool a bird decided to poo on me. We washed it off and headed ...
... realise that the heavens had opened and we are not talking cats and dogs rain here, more like elephants and whales rain. It is a tropical monsoon. So these rather underprepared people are standing there mesmerised, but we managed to get by and splish splashed down to the waiting bus. We had been warned by everyone about the traffic in Jakarta, but the journey to the mall was trouble free. However, the shops in the mall were all closed and it was still raining! The good ...
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