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... and a huge palace in the centre. Then we rang my friend from the morning, icay, and je came and picked us up in his car took us to his house cooked us dinner and we met his grandaughter his two mangy looking gourd dogs and a bery colourful cockeral who liked to climb trees ha ha. Then got a bus to bandung. Sent from Samsung ...
... good snacks we hadn't seen or heard of before! We're staying at Ezta's house this weekend, the lady we met in Lombok and stayed with for a few nights. We had to get a taxi to Ezta's office, which took ages because the traffic in Jakarta is really bad and as always the taxi driver didn't really know where he was going... What a surprise! Ezta then drove us back to her house, which is located in a really nice area of Jakarta. She shares a ...
... or if she had finished for the day. She was still working but we worked out a plan for John and me to see more of the city. John and I decided to walk to the grocery store to pick up stuff for dinner tonight. Katherine and Bruno's friends (who now live in Indonesia but are originally from Canada) were coming over for dinner and a game.
The walk to and from the store was interesting and scary. Once we left the gates ...
... routine worked well on Friday but we were much happier with it during Saturday’s show & are feeling more comfortable with the whole show so we can settle in & just enjoy performing now!
Friday morning the four of us (‘Elves’ & ‘Santa’s helpers’, Santa stayed at the hotel) ventured out to drop our washing at the laundry place, somehow managing ...
... but it is basically one big lottery that in itself was an adventure. I'm not sure how many different places we tried to find a cab that was free. We must have tried at least 5-6 spots before we flagged one down. Just imagine finding a cab in the high heat and humidity with hundreds of vehicles travelling in multiple directions, hundreds of people walking everywhere, none of the taxis you see are empty or going in the right taxis: it is an ordeal.