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... found the iPhone store and had a spot of delicious lunch... which wasn't KFC/McDonald's/Pizza Hut. Fast food joints were literally the only eateries we saw on the main street running down from the north to the south of the city... HELP. I'm ashamed to admit that we did succumb one night to KFC... But it was the only thing anywhere near our hostel worth eating! Going out for dinner in Jakarta is a nightmare as you sit in a taxi for most of the evening... So best leave ...
My aunt and uncle decided to go to Bogor to buy food for Halal bi Halal. It was fun as I've never been to Bogor. Still the same as Jakarta, crowded and lots of traffic. We decided to go to a local market to but the things we needed. I wasn't fasting and decided to eat an Indonesian traditional noodle. It was delicious, I showed too much of emotions about how delicious ...
... that we ate the food with the camera still sitting on the table! (SORRY - the picture is a half eaten plate)
YOGYAKARTA - We took a 9 hour train ride to Yogyakarta. We would sort out our visa here and see the famous Buddhist temple of Borobudur which is a World Heritage Site and the biggest Buddhist monument in the world. Borobudur was truly beautiful, but immigration in Yogyakarta was not! This time we came prepared. I was completely covered up, but Jim insisted ...
... br> get a bit doubtful about what I am doing in life I just need to look down to be
reminded of what I thought that day when I saw those roads. I then thought that
I may have flown all the way to Indonesia to observe three roads but if that
was the case then so be it.
You may be
thinking how horrific this journey was but the highs were really high. On my
best day I became so appreciative of my life, the opportunities I have, the
places I have been, the people ...
National Monument or popularly abbreviated or Tugu Monas National Monument is a memorial at 132 meters (433 feet), which was established to commemorate the resistance and the Indonesian people's struggle for independence from Dutch colonial rule.
Indonesia National Monument or what Indonesian and Jakarta people usually call ...