I already wrote about Jakarta’s streets and the weird stuff we saw there.
And I wrote about the warung dining experience, specifically at Warung Nasi 007.
And I wrote about our first experience with a style of food called nasi padang, which bewildered us but was also very tasty.
I also shot and posted a video showing what it’s like walking from our Jakarta B&B to a nearby restaurant.
So I don’t have much else to say about Jakarta, but I do have a few short things.
One day we visited the Cat Cabin, which is Kemang’s take on the whole “cat cafe” concept. I guess this started in Taiwan, and we’ve been to one in Denver. Well, it’s in Jakarta, too. I wrote this TripAdvisor review about it.
The place we stayed for the week we were in Jakarta was the Bangka Bed and Breakfast. I wrote a long review of it on TripAdvisor, but it seems to have been lost somewhere between my keyboard and the TripAdvisor web server.
One last reflection: