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Jakarta is the Capital of Indonesia with more than 23 million people living within Greater Jakarta! This was definitely the biggest city we've been to, and could definitely be described as a sprawling urban mass!
Our journey to Jakarta was probably the worst of our entire time travelling! 1st the minibus that was picking us up from the hotel in Yogja was 6 hours late and finally picked us up at 9pm instead of 3pm after 5 ...
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Avid shoppers will also enjoy visiting the traditional marketplaces, where most of the local residents purchase their everyday requirements. A diverse selection of merchandise may be seen in these markets, including local foodstuffs, apparel, textiles, antiques, leather goods, many kinds of souvenirs, knickknacks and more. ...
... 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 ...
... try when I get home!
Yesterday & today we had/ have 2 shows in the afternoon, then we get tomorrow (Monday) off to go exploring! Tami & I hope to get a massage back at the hotel after our shows tonight, although I tried to call & book last night & they told me to call back the same day we want the massage, apparently they don’t take bookings a day in advance!
... delicious looking foods full of locals, cats, rats and cockcroaches. We picked one randomly and met Richard and his really nice family who talked us through the "menu", discussed about football and even insisted to pay for our meal! Featuring chicken satay skewers, green rice thingy and eggy fish cake. ...
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