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... eating only Chinese food (noodle soups and dim sum) – that seemed to clear up my stomach issues.
Walking around the city presents some real challenges. Sidewalks are very uneven and often nonexistent. Pedestrians definitely do not have the right of way here, so you walk at your own peril. Crossing the street is quite an adventure – many of the streets are very wide and there are few traffic lights (that people ignore anyway). The trick is ...
... photos of or group snorkelling with fish dancing around us. We spent the evenings eating at the local market, a few stalls around a small square which was the central and most busiest part of the island, yet we were just a couple of the handful of tourists to be seen. Our trip ended with a peaceful sunset on the same beach that we had visited on our first day. We were very sad to leave Karimunjawa and the Coconut House, and agreed that we could have stayed there a ...
Hi. This is the very first post of my blog of my travels in Indonesia. It is in much the same style as my travel blog about South America. As before, dates of entries indicate when I was in the place in question, not necessarily the date on which the entry was written. Posts will appear irregularly based on the availability of internet access and camera compatibility of computers in the places that I visit.
My journey began in Jakarta, the capital ...
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... and heat so we weren't looking forward to the day ahead of us. Around midday, we were finally feeling awake and prepared to hit the city. We jumped in a taxi to Kota, the old town of Jakarta. We were surprised to hear our taxi driver spoke such good English and gave us lots of advice. He dropped us at Batavia cafe. We weren't expecting much from looking at the exterior of the cafe, but it was pretty spectacular inside. The colonial decor reminded me of Raffles hotel ...