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Tips You Should Know For Traveling in Jakarta

I should admit that Jakarta can be such a difficult place for people who travel here and just meet the face of the city in the first time. I am living here almost my...


7 Essentials for Big City Survival

Having spent my childhood first in the wilds of East Africa and then later in a small village in the Staffordshire Moorlands in the UK, I’ve never been a fan of big...


Travel Photography "MAGICAL INDIA 24-30 MAY 2014"

India, bukan sekedar negara yang dikenal dengan negara terpadat (no.2) penduduknya di dunia. Negara ini memiliki keunikan yang khas dengan budaya dan sejarah yang...


Life Lessons Learnt From Living Abroad

Exactly a week today I will be flying into Heathrow Airport and landing on British soil again. My three month teaching contract in Jakarta is coming to an end and so I...


Going Batty For Batik At Thamrin City

I’m coming to the end of my 14 weeks of teaching in Jakarta and next Thursday my students and I, along with their fellow scholarship awardees and other members of...


Exploring Jakarta's China Town

Jakarta isn’t renowned for its tourist attractions, the majority of travellers preferring to pass through on their way to Bali or one of the other myriad islands in...


Two Wheels Good, Four Wheels Bad

I’ve always loved bikes. When I was in my early twenties, my ex-boyfriend was motorbike mad and I used to love being perched on the back of his Suzuki while we zoomed...


Live Music, Lone Travelling And Making New Friends

I’ve always thought that you can tell a lot about a country and its people by attending some kind of live music event, whether that’s a huge, sprawling festival, a...

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