The Residences Pacific Place
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... we keep forgetting to lower our expectations of Asian cities, because we expect them to be walkable with nice architecture, green spaces and pavements. We keep forgetting that Asian cities do not work like European ones, and that so many of them are not pleasant at all to be in. You can't even walk around having a conversation because there's no way that 3 people would ever fit on their dilapidated version of a pavement. You also have to remember that ...
... front approaching. But we made it to Anak Krakatau just before the heavy rains arrived. Did I tell you I hate the rainy season?!
When the rain lessened, my guide and I climbed to the crater, but not the summit. I would have liked to go all the way up, but the on-and-off rain, uncertainty about the boat engine, and the fact that the sulphur steam/smoke belched constantly in the direction of the only trail to climb up all conspired against it. And it would have taken ...
... approach to its faith than many other countries. As for Christians in the UK, it seems that many religious festivals are used as little more than an excuse for shopping, hence the large number of sales and special offers available during Ramadan, even at Fun World, the amusement arcade. Typically, they were continuing despite the fact that Ramadan ended at the weekend. One dieting company even had a promotion during the month of fasting and I cannot ...
... local place he recommended for dinner. He advised that I should not walk anywhere, and, he recommended I take a cab to a mall. I cannot express how uninterested I was in doing that. So...I settled on dinner at the hotel restaurant, which did have a few Indonesian dishes on the menu.
I was the only diner that evening. I had some great service! The waiter was very sweet and inquisitive about the US. When I saw him again at lunch on my last day he was so excited. ...
... guess ended not so innocently $80 later. With new clothes in hand it was time to pick up a Jay Co. donut and oreo frappe before jumping in the taxi and returning home before dad was back from work. Filling in time I went to change some money to rupiah or as I call it bongo bucks and then it was time for dinner. I know this must just sound like a foodies tour and it probably will become that. We went to the hotel across the road from ...