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Day 2 saw us heading to a place called Taman Mini. Taman Mini is a cultural centre that is dedicated to showcasing the ethnic cultures of Indonesia. It also shows the biological diversity and technologies amongst its citizens. It is such a huge place. We only got to spend a short while here which was a shame as many of us were keen to explore the …
Today started very early - 4am early!! We headed off to the fish market for a look. Apart from the smell, it was an interesting experience. Lots of locals who had been out fishing and then had come to the market to sell their catch. After coming back from the fish market, showering and having breakfast we headed off to the Australian Embassy in …
So today was fairly busy. Was up at 5:30am after 2hrs sleep (nervous excitement) to make sure I was ready to head off to the airport. Mum and dad drove me to the airport and saw me off. For me this is the biggest thing travel wise I've ever done. So after checking in I headed round into the terminal. On my way I met up with some if the others on …
Jakarta is a very interesting city with polarizing forces. Like many other Southeast Asian cities, Jakarta is in a state of transition. Indonesia's economy is growing with 2011 projections near 6% to 7%. As such, money is flooding into the country especially in the capital, where new high-rise condos are being built, newer model cars are seen …
8 June The alarm went off at 6am this morning, waking up to an alarm feels very strange, as we've spent the last month getting up as and when we wake up, or depending on the place, when the cockerels want us to! We caught the Eksekutif class train (yes they spell it that way) to the city of Surabaya, costing £3 each for the 7 hour journey. We …
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