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... before and we hadn't even confirmed somewhere to stay there. So last minute. Got on plane and ended up playing uno and cards and lost in everything I played to Karum and sagz which really ****** me off. Will need to get my own back and win. Plane journey was fine and then got to apartment we had confirmed. It was okay, nothing special and ...
... turystów z Europy, z którymi spędziłam dalszy mój czas oczekiwania na kolejny samolot. Jakaż była moja radość, gdy okazało sie, ze na pokładzie samolotu relacji Istanbul- Jakarta są jeszcze dwaj Polacy - razem zawsze raźniej :) Po 12 godzinnym locie z Turcji dotarłam do Jakarty. Była to godzina 19, jednak na ulicach panowała ...
Our journey of 3 countries involved a morning call at 3.30 am and followed with a 3.5 hr flight to Sydney before leaving the airport and re-entering for another 6.5hr flight to Indonesia.
As we got out of the plane, the heat and humidity hit us straight away! We'd left the cooler climes of NZ behind to begin our Asian adventure! Fending off the taxi offers, we took the Damri bus to one of the central stations ...
... are highly necessary here for decorum and mosquito protection. My evening ended with a massage in my room and a scrumptious home cooked dinner... Life really is difficult sometimes. So far my impressions of Jakarta are: extremely crowded and overpopulated city, lovely and friendly people (apart from those who here apparently hypnotise you to rob you... Bizarre), extremely hospitable hosts and vast heat. Monday morning brings my first day of work experience at Phoenix Communications, bring it ...
A couple of day here (with the first one just recuperating) and we had enough. We went to the main train station to get a ticket out of here (the night trains are apparently reliable and comfortable) and were told that no tickets were available for the next 3 days, a consequence of too many people living in a too crowded space. The only other time I experienced that was in China, and indeed it is the most populated country in the world.
So guess what? ...