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Don’t we all want to be somehow Nomads, Vagabonds, Roamers, Rovers, Libertarians, Pilgrims, Wanderers, Perpetual Travelers, Permanent Tourists, Tramps, Continental Drifters, World Citizens? What are you waiting for? Life is what you make it! Break the cycle, get out of the rat race, break the habit and peer pressure, downshift, retire young - trot the globe, ‘walk the earth…like Caine in Kung Fu’, make new friends - make your own life! ;-)
I'm an Australian who is based in Jakarta for the next 3 years.
As you'll discover this blog is very random and unstructured, but I thought it would be interesting to record various aspects about life here so family, friends and others can find out a little more about what we're up to for the next 3 years.
An American guy leaves his entire life beyond for the exotic island of Java, Indonesia. His story is related through words and vibrant photography
Explore life in Jakarta from the point of view of a rather ethnically mixed family. Even the cat contributes to these musings which range from cocktail nightmares to traffic advice
Need to find something in Jakarta? ask long-time Jakarta resident, Miree New, any question that you may have about anything in Jakarta and she will help get you an answer!
I am a mother of 3 from Queensland Australia. We are living in JAKARTA, Indonesia for 3 years, then hopefully will have a stint in China for 2-3 years. I cannot spell and I am hopeless at punctuation, but have lots of redeeming features! I can be reached at jenjenqld at gmail dot com.
For expats: The list of the 100 clubs/bars you have to do before your contract expire.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.