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... found another little cafe, which had a non-smoking section in the back. This has been a bit of a disappointment for us. It is not illegal to smoke in Indonesia (or Malaysia) so many people will sit and smoke in restaurants; making it very unpleasant when trying to eat a meal.
That evening with advice from the hotel hostess, we went to the local mall and ate at the food court. This was several stalls located underneath a stairwell. It was ...
... gets 100Mbps up/down at home) That's all it has going for it. You won't get sleep.
I decided to head to the airport early today. I could have killed a couple hours looking around Seoul. But honestly, I felt I would not get anywhere in such little time. I addition, I thought there was a possibility that I could get lost and be late for my flight to Jakarta. If Halef was there, we would have seen half of Seoul in those few short hours.
... seen was a model of a Hanging which I was told was common and occurred in the square with the Governor watching from the balcony. The rooms were high-ceilinged and airy with heavy wooden furniture of 18th Century origin throughout.
The courtyard at the back of this building was quiet and peaceful with many inscriptions from the time and a cannon which had a fist as its end feature. Of course, to prove that Greek influence is everywhere there was a statue of Hermes. Brought there by ...
... Visas so they don't push too hard because they don't want to upset organizations.
Waiting for our luggage took soooooooooooooo long, but it all arrived safe and sound with no chalk marks (^^) and nothing damaged, which was a huge bonus.
The principal for the Jakarta school we met in the interview drove us to where they're keeping most of the teachers...a condotel...kind of cool :)
I will ...
... NP; Maybe later.
Me; Maybe I should try somewhere else.
And oh it’s not helped by my not speaking the language, man I don’t even speak Bahaglish. Engasa. Whatever. I know ‘bagus’ is good. I know ‘tidda udda’ means there is none. I know the written words for tofu, tempeh and water and that’s an okay start really. Language classes start on Monday. The other thing I that is immediately different is the ...