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... This morning, once getting over my "I don't want to leave the nice quiet hotel" moment, we set off to find the old colonial city of Batavia, now known as Kota. After walking for about an hour, I saw a Starbucks and turned into one of my students. The streets were getting busier, the day hotter and the noise louder. The people also made me uncomfortable, they looked us us with curiosity but it also felt like contempt. What were we doing in their city? They never made me feel ...
... there was a staged protest and over 100 patrolling policemen. Walking past a huge armoured vehicle it beeped at Ian before the door flew open. The officer turned out to be a nice guy interested in us and not because he thought Ian was a person of interest with his new beard! We went insidethe monument but unfortunately the viewing tower had just closed.
oor flew open. However the occupant turned out tobe anicepoliceman who got chatting to Ia
... a particularly strong stench of urine whilst dodging motorbikes and cars on the road (there were few real pavements)... nobody wants to walk through that smell in 33 degree heat. I even nearly dug out my Rinjani volcano face mask, to cover my mouth and nose, from my luggage to wear outside (a lot of locals genuinely wear these), but thought we already drew enough attention to ourselves by being the ONLY non-Indonesian women walking around the city at any one time. We ...
... 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 ...
... 9 am on Monday. If you use ATM, no worries.
Our first morning in Jakarta took us on a full-day tour of Jakarta, the capital and largest city of Indonesia. Originally a trading port of the Kingdom of Sunday in the fourth century, Jakarta caught the attention of the Dutch and became their colonial capital, known as Batavia, during the 17th and 18th centuries,when Jakarta re-emerged as the symbol of both the nation's freedom ...