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My Life as a Control Flow Graph  Posted on 02/16/2014
I shed a few tears and then I thought, "Natalie why are you crying?" Maya will be fine. She has the strength of a believer, she has put her trust in God and is resolute that he is the captain of her ship. I felt a little better...
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Natalie The Hunter (aka expatriate)  Posted on 01/19/2014
That city in which they regularly had monkeys in their backyards or where Friday nights in the high-end clubs are free Cosmopolitans (the drink) for women until 11 pm. The funny part about the Friday free cosmopolitans is that the country...
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Forming New Habits Natalie? Are We Now?  Posted on 01/12/2014
Learn to swim. This is the point where I must remind some of you that it is impolite to laugh at others. My being from an island and now having a pool at home does not give you the right to laugh or make fun of me. ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!!!
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Family Vacation in the Sumatran Jungle  Posted on 12/14/2013
The big question when our kids have an extended school break is always, “what are we going to do?” Often times the first response is to think of where to go outside Indonesia. This time I was determined that we try an...
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Life Anew  Posted on 10/15/2013
Living in Indonesia has been rewarding in many respects but quite difficult for Natalie the career woman. While I have worked on a few projects I have not flourished career wise and have missed my political life like never before. After...
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Missing but am now back.  Posted on 10/15/2013
It has been almost a year since I last posted a blog. Wow, time sure moves. Why have I not blogged? Lazy, distracted, uninspired? My gut says my not blogging is a mixture of many things not worth gabbing about at this point. Now I am back...
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He Loved Me More Than Anyone Else  Posted on 09/05/2012
My grandfather died and it struck me more than I expected. Why? Because he has been senile for more than a decade and a half. His senility, I thought, would have better prepared me for his passing but it hadn’t. Grandfather (as we...
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To be Jamaican or Not  Posted on 08/06/2012
For the last few days nothing much has bothered me; not the traffic in Jakarta, not the mosquitoes buzzing around more than usual and not the fact that my mother is too distracted to respond to my emails. Jamaica is not only celebrating 50...
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Get a kindle copy of Disposable People free!  Posted on 03/03/2012
Here’s something special: if you would like a free kindle copy of Disposable People get it today. Special promo – its listed as one of the best kindle books being given away today! Get it before it goes back on sale! Please go...
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  • ExpatOnTheGo
    ExpatOnTheGo 09 October 2012 09:58:42

    Hi Bigal-1. Yes the Tuk Tuk seems to be the way forward but the Bajaj is still more common in Jakarta. I have no idea how one goes about acquiring the vehicle but will keep my ears open for you. Good luck in your search.

  • bigal-1
    bigal-1 09 October 2012 04:48:34

    i live in bali but i need some assistance from someone in jakarta. I am interested in buying a Tuk Tuk ( 3 wheel bike) like the Thaland style not the Bajaj local variety. I understand there are quite a lot in Jakarta but I cannot find where to go with it. Can anyone help?
    Allan

  • MisClaudia
    MisClaudia 17 June 2012 22:15:14

    i look forward to reading your blog... is there a way to follow it?

    Paula

  • ExpatOnTheGo
    ExpatOnTheGo 09 October 2012 09:59:46

    Hi Paula, To follow my blog please visit www.expatonthego.wordpress.com and you will see the link to subscribe. Thanks for taking the time to ask.

  • VladariesTeam 18 February 2011 20:31:53

    Greetings from VladariesTeam pleased to meet you

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