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... background-color: transparent; font-weight: normal; vertical-align: baseline; ">Capital City Population: 9,607,787
... It is taught in schools as the International language of choice. The people observe three Indian based religions with 90% being Muslim, the Hindu and Buddhist. There is a large Protestant and a large Catholic population. The Protestants converts followed the Dutch colonists ways and The Catholics were converted from the Portuguese Missionaries. The local Muslims follow a tolerant form of Islam that is different from the Middle ...
Recognised by an Indonesian miner from the Bangkok flight. Not sure whether to be flattered?....or creeped out? I sensed that it's probably best to smile and be flattered in these situations otherwise I'll have to spend all 8 weeks avoiding Indonesian men completely (which of course, in some sense of the word, I definitely will - don't panic mother). Shaken ...
... cultures that live on the multiple islands that make up Indonesia. I believe that about 26 different areas are represented in the park. Each has the typical housing that would be found there and sometimes the traditional ceremonial dresses or other community items would be on display. Among the different communities represented there are also multiple museums, bird parks and a water park. We spent about five hours there but could have stayed a lot longer.
Today we arrive at the massive, huge enormous, gigantic, mega mega port of Tanjung Priok in Indonesia, gateway to the city of Jakarta. Good grief but these ports just keep getting bigger and bigger. The weather forecast for today is mid twenties with "a chance of rain". So we are not overly surprised that when we looked out it was raining pouring. What we were surprised at is the sheer number of ships parked up at the countless docks around us, and moored offshore ...