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Nicknamed "Big Durian" by locals, Jakarta is Indonesia's economic heart. As a dynamic megacity, the capital city can be quite advantageous for expatriates seeking new opportunities. It is the world's second most densely populated city, but it provides quality living to expatriates thanks to its perfect blend of culture, traditions and modernism. Living in Jakarta can thus be an enriching experience.

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At this blog I will write about all my travels. First, I will be in Jakarta for five months. Then I will travel South East Asia for a month and a half. After I will go to Paris for five months and as if that isn't enough, next is the USA for an undetermined time.

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