Ibis Jakarta Slipi
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... had been waiting patiently in the trees around us, helped themselves. We realised there was a young female sitting in the tree directly above where we were sitting which was quite a thrill until she started urinating on us.
We watched the others descend on the remaining food for a while, a very young orangutan who looked like he'd only just learned to climb on his own was swinging backwards and forwards on a branch while his mum stocked up on bananas. He was tiny. ...
... we ran over a couple of lizards and narrowly missed a goat but other than that it was just nice watching the scenery flash by. They appear to be building loads of Mosques at the moment and every village you drive through you’ll see people asking for donations to help with the building effort – beautiful buildings.
Arrived at Bandar Lampung airport in one piece and was soon boarding the 45min Sriwijaya Air flight to Jakarta. A very smooth flight indeed, lot of time ...
... and uses tender boats to get to the island, the only way to reach Komodo is to fly into Benoa, Bali and then take a very long ferry ride to Komodo Island.
After the visit to the island, our ship sailed in the late afternoon and our next stop will be Darwin, Australia! ...
... Indonesia's history. Some of the translations were a little questionable but we got the general idea, and learned that the airport we'd arrived at - Soekarno Hatta - was named for the first president and vice president of Indonesia in 1945.
By the time we left the monument, the carnival-like atmosphere in the park was in full swing. There was some kind of competition going on, with judges surrounded caged birds, ...
... 2D ugly things used for shadow puppet shows or wooden 3D ones for the famous 24hour performances! ) Ramayana ballet, jewellery making and loads more. We went to the Sultan's Palace and saw a (short!) puppet show and were then shown around by a crazy lady who is "75 you know!!" We learned more about her exploits during life than we did about the palace and the funniest thing was Hamish couldn't hear her as she was the same height as ...