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... have difficulties to describe all the things I see, because it never meets the experience of actually being there, the view, the smell, the feeling you have. The words good, beautiful and amazing are not enough to describe it. Lucie and I both enjoyed the quiet days in Amed. One morning we went fishing with one of the local fishermen. We didn't catch anything unfortunately, but it was nice. And another sunrise (!), because we left at 5am. Finally I went diving again! My friend I ...
... hall we were pleasantly surprised. Lots of different sorts of breads, cakes and other sweet things. Also there was a buffet with warm western european dishes, such as scrambeld egg, sausages, boiled eggs etc. As extra's food from the asian kitchen were also on offer. Things like noddles, fried rice, mie, just make your choice. After this tasty, spoilt for choice breakfast, we all got into the bus for a planned sightseeing trip to the cities port. The port of Jakarta, on ...
... solid ground safe and sound. Though the turbulence was not pleasant the sunrise as I flew in was a slight for sore eyes (insert picture). Though the iPhone quality just doesn't do it justice.
I don’t think I’ll quite get use to the feeling of walking off a plane and taking that first breath of air that gives you the feeling you are exactly where you are meant to be in the world. Though it’s always sort lived with ...
... living in the area of town called Menteng. During our walk we also saw the building that used to be the Opera, which is still used as a Center of the Arts for exhibitions.
In order for the gropup to better understand the history of the country, we went into the Museum of Independency, where we learnt about the geography of the country, the different countries that had colonies in the islands and how it came to the Independency of the country first on ...
... perspective. Items such as the unanimous and simultaneous joining together of all the states of Indonesia annoyed us, as they didn't mention the war with Timor Leste. We left to catch a Trans Jakarta bus out to Kota. This is the old area of town by the docks, where the Dutch resided. The bus lane has effectively a kerb stone separating it from the main lanes of traffic, which allows it to run more smoothly and avoid some of the notorious ...