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... behalf of all Asian cultures, but between Southeast Asia and Jessica's travels in China, we can affirmatively say that this is the worst. There are no laws, but minor suggestions. Motorbikes dominate the road, and literally go off-roading and into the opposite lane as they please. Oh, and so do the big buses and trucks. Everyone on the road is trying to get wherever they are going, as fast as they possibly can. So they pass each other as much as they put their ...
... be compared to a Grand Prix race with a few minor differences, namely the quality of the vehicle, a 1965 diesel bus that sounded like a NASA space shuttle, the enormous craters in the road and the chain-smoking driver, nothing like Sebastian Vettel. Anyway, for some reason he felt that it was necessary to exceed speeds of over 100km/h (keep in mind that the average speed is round about 50km/h) and overtaking anything that would approach regardless of the lane. Right, left, ...
... jungle trekking, with a 90% chance of seeing Orang-Utans in a semi-wild environment, as well as other monkeys, birds and reptiles. Twice a day at a feeding platform in Bukit Lawang, visitors can also watch jungle rangers feed semi-wild Orang-Utans, who are being rehabilitated from captivity, before being ready to be released back into the wild. Researchers here fear that the few that do remain (only about 250), will not survive further displacement of habitat due to ...
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... a noisy messy place, where it is almost impossible to cross the road because of all the motorbikes and where a red traffic light only means stop if there is a person actually crossing and if the driver in a good mood. It is also very easy to be ripped off. During the presidency of Suharto in the late twentieth century, Indonesia was rated as the most corrupt country in the road and old habits die hard. I will not bother to describe the times when ...