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As the New Year approaches, I am trying to eat less noodles and rice. A bit difficult as it is the staple for all meals. Looking to eat more fresh fruit and traditional western foods for a little while. Met a friend and delivered some local food from Bandung that cannot be purchased in Jakarta. We were also discussing travel plans to Bali and Thailand.
Back at the condo some relatives arrived with, ...
Left Brisbane today and flew to Denpasar, Indonesia. The flight over was pretty good for me, although Aaron was really tired. We were sitting in a row of 3 so there was a spare seat between us :)
Denpasar airport was pretty horrible. After arrival we found out visas are required in Indonesia...even if you're just staying in the airport!! It cost €64 for the both of us! We then had to go through immigration, which took over an hour. Our ...
... show us how busy it is down there. The locals all gave us strange looks, part fascination part suspicion I think. For dinner, Sandi took us to a restaurant that offered traditional Indonesian foods. It's all laid out buffet style but you tell the waiter what you want and they collect it all up for you and send it to the kitchen to be cooked. I tried some tasty meats, all different flavours and styles thou I can't remember ...
... may also opt for a more basic accommodation choice, also paid for monthly, with only the very basic of facilities.
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... and there were lightning flashes every few minutes. Kinda scary, but we made it! We got to Medan on Sumatra around 3:30pm and were out of the airport in no more than 20 minutes. We had forgotten how much of a breeze it was to fly domestic... no immigration, no customs, just grab your bags and have a good day. Once out of the airport we took a cab to the hotel and took a chill night.
Our Sumatran jungle adventure will be coming shortly!