We wanted to taste the coffee luwak for a very long time... in Singapore, it cost about S$20-30.
We are not sure if we have to stir it, lots of powder.
World best bar.
For a night's out.
We saw a artist lane.
Along the way, we asked the locals for direction. All of them that we approached replied in a sincere manner.
Our guess was:
1) the hotel wanted to buy the land to built a proper hotel but the old house owner refused to move.
2) might be due to some 'feng shui' geomancy issue.
looking up the ceiling, it looks like the ancient coin of China.
Seeing how a security guard deal with a local smoking in a shopping mall, it tells me that human relation is important. There were no big hoo haa, no arguement, no photo taking, no phone call to the unknown. both parties would quietly settle on the spot.
Our favorite past time in Indonesia is to eat a Bakso and drink the Teh Botol. All the Bakso tasted so differently. There are rumors that the bakso from the roadside stalls were made from rats.
During our RTW travel, the nearest we got was to reach Bogor. The Indonesian friends came all the way from Jakarta to Bogor early in the morning and wanted to fetch us into Jakarta. We rejected them at that time because Hope Too was around. Thank you all our Indonesian friends. We love it!
We learned to say:
Tidak ada apa apa