Thursday, March 31, 2011

Inside Bajaj

This is how the view inside the 'three wheel taxi'

Not In The Mood

'Topeng Monyet' @ Warung Jati - Pejaten Intersection

Monday, March 28, 2011

Ojek: Take you where ever you want


Ojek “motorcycle taxis” began appearing in Jakarta after becak were banned in 1994. Ojek service began as a people's initiative to provide a transportation options for people who used to use becak from main roads into housing complexes. There is no government licensing for or control over ojek.

By law all motorcycle passengers should wear helmets, so ojek drivers should have a spare for you to wear. Ojek tend to congregate at t-junctions on main roads and near smaller roads that are not serviced by bus routes. Ladies have a careful balancing act if wearing a dress and must sit sidewise on the back of the vehicle.

Bargain before you get on - ask a local what the price should be first.


Not much we can find in Jakarta

Waiting for 'Bubur Ayam'

Let's have a breakfast

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Fried Noodles

Just like fried rice (nasi goreng), fried noodles is fast and easy food to find in Jakarta

Sunday, March 20, 2011

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