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... we are there I want to get a tutor and get serious about learning bahasa and soon after that start teaching somewhere.
I think I've said enough for now. Oh and I cut my hair off, more. I included the picture I showed the hair stylist here. I don't think he understand how thick my hair is. It still needs to thinned out, even though he did it… a little.
#notinamerica - 5 people attempted to parallel park in a space next to us at dinner. 6th person finally succeeded.
... adventure for today.
The night was not expected to be a long one, just dinner and a few drinks at the Satu Lagi Bar across the road from home and then bed. We should have learned from the day that nothing is as you expect to be. Sitting at the table we watched various expat friends arrive and join us for the night buying drink after drink. Then the band started playing. There is never a dull moment in Jakarta I must say. Watching the band I noticed that the ...
... line :)
We were strictly instructed to take reliable taxi company- blue bird, express or similar to our host, knowing approximate price and location in airport, however walking out of arrival terminal, we were confused not seeing any of those and that made locals to act with offering...prices were 2-3 times of normal, and then one guy approached us with its offer -looked a little bit more trustfull in ...
... extremely helpful! I don’t know if this is due to her name, but we were both pretty giddy to meet another Norma (mine is all the way in Indonesia!)
We walked to the park, but found it difficult to find the entrance. Luckily for us, a homeless man pointed out the cut bars in the steel fence that we could climb through. We went to the National Monument which holds the Indonesia’s Declaration of Independence. The ticket guy ...