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Monday 9th October brought my first day of work at Now! Jakarta, and a very early start (for me) of 6.30am. Although staff are not expected in until 8.30am and the drive to the office is only 15 minutes on a quiet day, on week days at rush hour the journey can take up to an hour! Alistair and I leave the house each morning at 7.30am after breakfast, which every day includes freshly squeezed or blended juice from a variety of unknown local fruit and fresh passion fruits from the tree ...
... see in the pictures.
held a bar of gold which is fricking heavy, then took the train back to six degrees, had a naughty mcdonalds on our way home.
and now going to have some more drinks with my Dutch friend and some Aussie people I met last night.
... most impressive person we met on this leg of the trip was Mari Pangestuthe, Minister of Tourism. She is a sharp, motivated, and goal oriented leader in Indonesia. She told us the story of trying to create a national brand identity for such a diverse group of islands. They have a lot of beautiful ecology and natural resources, but somehow that wasn’t sticking. After some market research, they have decided to focus on the genuine charisma ...
... then I realized why he didn't believe I was a college student. haha. Oh well. There was a tunnel under the street (again… they like those) and we bought some water there before we resurfaced next to the monument. We walked around and realized there was a huge line, supposedly an hour, for the elevator to the top. Jake immediately asked if there was a way for us to pay to skip the line…. there was. We walked up to the second floor viewing area and waited for ...
... but on their way so our departure is delayed. So we walk around the ship taking in the sights of the port, and we stop to watch an oil tanker and two tugs headed our way. There were an awful lot of people watching as these guys manoeuvred the tanker into the berth along from us. Absolutely amazing. We sail out to the sounds of the band and the sight of families waving until they are specks on the shore. We run the gauntlet of ships all headed to port and we make our way out to sea. ...