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... not to eat too much of it...and generally the entertainment has been low keyed and full of laughs.
Like most cruise ships we have had musical shows with singing and dancing, magicians, solo singers who specialize in Broadway tunes or specific eras...mostly from 1960's to 1980's and comedians (both good and bad!). My favourite so far has been Trevor Knight, an Australian folk singer who put on an evening telling stories about and ...
... was excited! We went to some large malls in Jakarta, one a mall which is comprised of local shops, and another mall which was comprised of larger, brand name, stores. We found items for us, gifts for others and generally looked around. The only thing we didn't find was an Indonesian themed Christmas ornaments, we're hoping that Manado will have something for us... Shopping was fun, we had some great food in the food court as well. So now the fun stuff, it's ...
... hour one in the day, and open sewers at the sides of main roads which I often saw men peeing directly in to. Festering sewage and petrol fumes sort of hot. My friend wasn't kidding about the ****.
That's not to say I was unhappy in Jakarta. I liked Jakarta. I liked going to work on the angkot, which is a lot like a van which has been converted in to a bus by bolting a couple of benches to it. You just flag it down at the side ...
... before heading to dinner at the Daramnonca, a six star hotel. Now talk about being treated like a Queen. There are several restaurants in this hotel but we went to the Jakarta restaurant. My dinner was as follows:
Drinks – Mixed Berry Iced Tea
Entre – Fried Calamari with mustard aioli
Main – Wagu Steak with Mix Vegetables, Potato Mash and Bearnaise Sauce