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Travel Blogs from Jakarta
... attraction, a large Disneyland theme park museum designed to illustrate the different cultures present across the entire archipelago. Save your money and your time folks - not worth it at all. So we visited a small warung for a quick mid-day nasi goreng and mie goreng charge and picked up Alta's prom dress, which fit like a glove. Stunning. The final damage was 900,000IRP, or just under $70USD...suffice to say me and Dorrie got off easy on the prom dress!
... away from their loved ones.
Bali, Indonesia was a sea day away. We are still hovering around the Equator, so it was very hot even in the shade.
This beautiful island has retained its native flavor and architecture—no tall, modern buildings ...
... First aid kit (1)
- Folding bench (2)
And we are ready to go!
... it to a beach while in Indonesia but the place we are lucky enough to be staying at feels just like a resort. The thought of having to travel again just for a few hours on the beach when it might just rain the whole time did not sound appealing enough to us in the end.
I got bored fairly quickly with the planning and started to bug Johnny to go to the pool. He wrapped up his application and we set out on the five minute walk to the community pool. ...
... joke-jah) for short, used to be the capital of Indonesia during the revolution before it was moved to Jakarta. This is also a city known for the traditional culture including batik like the bag I got for Christmas in the next photo.
The last photo is like a kids toy from Bali. It is made of local wood and when turned side to side sounds like a wooden block instrument.
Anyway- best students ever. :D