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- Swimming pool
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We are in Indonesia, the largest archipelago-state in the world. It is made up o 17,000 islands that spread out for 1888 kilometers from north to south and over 5,000 kilometers from west to east. The country comprises many ethnic minorities and while the official language is Malay, over 300 distinct languages are spoken throughout this vast archipelago. Javanese is the primary local language of Jakarta, but English is spoken by many of ...
... jaunty Austrians helped save me. I spent the rest of the day with them and they were pretty funny, in their sarcastic way.
They took me to a park, that we all agreed was no good. Then to the national monument, that we all agreed was monumental. Then to the mall, where I finally got a mosquito net, and we parted ways. Them, for their hotel with pool and me, for Chinatown, where I found a nice little temple and then went home.
Up early (alright not early but earlier) and ready to go to Taman Indonesia or Mini Indonesia. We were lucky enough to have Pak Ajis to drive us there. It was not far away but the car traffic on top of the motorcycles made the journey take longer than it should. Pak Ajis is such a good and patient driver. Nothing seems to stress him out but then again I guess he did grow up with the traffic.
Taman Indonesia is a giant park designed to show the visitor the many different ...
I read that there wasn't much to see or do in Jakarta but I thought I should spend one day here. I spent exactly 24 hours here. I landed at 10am and left next day at 10am. There isn't much for tourists to see or do in Jakarta. Freedom Square was the only site I visited. It happened to be a Sunday which was good because the square takes on a carnival like atmosphere on ...