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... hall we were pleasantly surprised. Lots of different sorts of breads, cakes and other sweet things. Also there was a buffet with warm western european dishes, such as scrambeld egg, sausages, boiled eggs etc. As extra's food from the asian kitchen were also on offer. Things like noddles, fried rice, mie, just make your choice. After this tasty, spoilt for choice breakfast, we all got into the bus for a planned sightseeing trip to the cities port. The port of Jakarta, on ...
Along with misogyny, there was some good ol' racist prejudice for Obama...how that got into the topic of conversation during Cambridge Exam training, I do not know...but it makes good storytelling and keeps things interesting.
Well, as Kyle and the lots were staying in Jakarta from Sunday until the end of the sessions Tuesday afternoon, Kyle managed to plan an outing!
With the help of taxis and fun-loving, adventurous ...
... we stopped at the grocery (also in the mall) for pizza bread and limes. And on our way out, we Sony abruptly asked, want a cream bath massage to which I said yes but what is it. We stopped in a hair salon called Johnny Adreans where they wash your hair, massage your head and dry it. It was amaze balls. They massage your head forever!
... were obliterated) (no idea what tapioca leaves are either)
1 spring onion, sliced
1 or 2 fresh chillis, sliced
Tsp white peppercorns
2.5 tsps turmeric
4 cloves garlic
Tbs palm sugar, or dark brown sugar
Crush all the spice paste ingredients in a mortar and pestle, using a little coconut milk if you need. Fry the tempeh cubes in a non-stick pan, using water and a little sesame oil if the cubes start to stick. ...