Somerset Berlian, Jakarta
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... or masculine side – and the base to represent the yoni – the vaginal or female side. I’m not kidding you – it’s written in the literature that they hand out. So the monument is inspired by the Kama Sutra – awesome! If only the U.S. monuments were described this way – the Washington monument is just a lingam with a missing yoni. Ha!
Anyway I didn’t get to see much of the city because there ...
... newly purchased selfie sticks. After being accosted several times by groups of school children asking us questions to practise their English and filming it as evidence, as well as posing with several local families for photos, we found some calm in a rooftop bar watching the colourful chaos below with ice cold lemon teas. We then said our goodbyes to Indonesia after spending three awesome weeks there and hopped on our afternoon flight back to the best city in the ...
... to be appalled or to conclude that this is actually quite a good idea.
Then I visited the second largest mosque in the world and the largest that is open to non-Muslims, the largest being in Mecca. I was shown round by a friendly smiling tour guide who let me into the mosque despite the fact that I was wearing shorts, only asking me to take my shoes off. He said that Indonesia is land of religious tolerance, shown by the fact that the ...
... comment-body.0.$end:0: $11:0" style="color: rgb(78, 86, 101); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; text-align: left; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 251); ">Wednesday: Two men came to fix the washing machine. They were supposed to come "before noon", but they didn't get to the apartment until 1 p.m. at least. So, I waited all morning again. I also noticed the A/C wasn't working so I told them about ...
... hours and Dave got to try out his new mask and snorkel.
After sunset, we needed to grab some food quickly and try and get an early night. We asked Indra where to go and he directed us to the market. We wondered down the street but couldn't see any sign of good food so we walked further. Before we knew it we were in a little shanty town and all the children were following Dave shouting 'Mister mister, money money money!!!!!'. I suggested turning back, but we ...