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... would have to either pay buy Paypal or Bank transfer. As neither of us had enough money on their Paypal accounts and we were not sure on how quick the transfers would be we decided to find a bank and try to transfer some cash.
We checked a couple of banks and finally found one that would allow us to send money without having an account with them. So I signed the 682.000 IDR cheque and we were good to go. 682.000 Indonesian Rupees are about ...
... These ladies are SO great, they refused to allow me to pay for anything the entire weekend... even down to the airport taxes for the flight which they also bought.
When we left Jakarta it was about 6am. I was picked up at my apartment at 4am to make it to the airport by 5. It was a short flight so it was really nice... it's easy enough to get around the country although it's only islands. Nearly everything is within ...
... tell it become a bit like a foodie Groundhog Day as we'd find it impossible to resist the delicious treats we had sampled the day before. Another unique Padang dish that we tried was the popular BBQ banana. At night the bridge over the river comes alive with street stalls selling BBQ bananas and sweet corn to young couples and family enjoying the cool evenings looking out at the bright lights of the city. The stall all sell the BBQ banana which is cooked in ...
I am constantly amazed at the vast differences between islands in Indonesia. Yes, the people look vaguely similar, and the topography is volcanic mountains, but the culture on each island seems COMPLETELY different.
When I went to Sumba in July, the "old culture" still reigned supreme. There were water buffaloes everywhere, rice paddies, and houses with huge thatched roofs in the center. The roads were terrible, windy, and it took forever to get anywhere. ...
... enjoy chilling in this area. Not far from the clock there is a traditional market called Pasar Atas. We can find many thing in there, They sell various hand woven, moslem praying mat, souvenirs, hand made textile, everything. Do not forget to bargain a half price from the offering price :D
2. Singkarak Lake
The lake is very big and has a great panoramic view, we had lunch near the lake, and the bought bili fish 3 KG :D ...