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  • ross1948 12:07 pm on December 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Alexa Michiko, dangdut keliling, Duo Racun, , ,   

    Matahari, Alexa Michiko and Nasi Goreng Bacon! 

    Nasi Goreng Sosis

    nasi goreng sausage (no photo of the bacon version as I ate it too quickly)


    Sunshine, dangdut and nasi goreng bacon!

    The breakfast was provided by my imminently departing visitor, the matahari (sun) by Mother Nature and the dangdut by the cable tv channel Dangdut Keliling, which this morning featured not only the yummy hostess Michiko Alexa…



    … but also a comely pair calling themselves the Duo Cici…alas, I can’t find a photo of those two little cuties, so you’ll need to be satisfied with Alexa – who wouldn’t be!?!

    On reflection, and by way of compensation, I offer photos of some other charming pairs (take that any way you like!)


    Duo Serigala


    Duo Racun


    And as a further contribution to your remaining weekend fun, there’s a link to a YouTube performance by the DR!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Gsl23NKKCM

    Not a bad way to start another pleasant Sunday, and as I have no plans to do much today, there’s no reason to think the rest of the day will be any less agreeable.

    But this is Jakarta, and you never know what’s going to happen next – that’s one of the many joys of residence in the Big Durian.

    So I’m going to take it easy for a while, no particular place to go, except maybe seek out the tukang gado2 for a late lunch – still stuffed from that big brek – but otherwise save my energies for the run-up to Xmas!


    Just realised my cigarette supply is running low – so an outing IS required…



    …but first, a post-prandial nap…



  • ross1948 8:39 am on March 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anggun, , cherry belle, Deby Ayu, , , Duo Racun, Foxy Girls, , , , , , , Syarini,   

    International Women’s Day, March 8th – Indonesia Beruntung! 

     LUCKY INDONESIA!                          roro 2015 8694f-roro_fitria_gress-02b9246-rorofitria2  Roro Fitria


    If we are to take seriously our observation of International Women’s Day tomorrow, it’s useful to remind ourselves why Indonesia is especially lucky in that respect, so many magnificent women here to impress us on a daily basis, wherever we go in Jakarta.


    Baby Margaretha Baby-Margaretha-IIMS-06


    • Duo Anggrek (saw them on tv last night -stunning!)
    • ——————
    • I’d like to include a photo of little Lia, who works in a nearby branch of Indomaret, gorgeous and friendly each time she hands me my supply of Bohem from the cigarette counter.
    • But I won’t – she’d just blush and get teased by her colleagues in the minimart.
    • —————————
    • ———————–
    • Or the many other beautiful blossoms who flourish in this sprawling city.
    • On the buses across town, re-stocking the shelves in Carrefour, smiling among the shirts on sale in Matahari, or manning (?) the small shops in Blok M Square, Permata Hijau, and every other mall in the capital.

    But no need to embarrass them. Their more famous celebrity sisters can be their ambassadors today, photos I have used before and take pleasure from re-featuring this otherwise run-of-the-mill morning.




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    trio_macan1trio cecak


    And just to show I’m not Islamophobic! 

    veiled-women There are a few, very few, of these in Jakarta!


    Of course I could include a lot of stern-faced girls in politics, the arts and science… – but there are media galore who’ll be doing that.

    Best just to relax and enjoy RRA’s selection here.


    Search and upload International Women's Day events

    I checked out the official website and all they had listed for Indonesia were these two events, so I append them for your interest. 

    Date & time: 09 March 2015 10.30
    End date: 11 March 2015 11.15
    About: The Global Marathon is a free virtual event for women in engineering and technology regardless of discipline, country, experience or employer. It is a 3-day virtual program plus Champion (locally organized, in-person) activities and events worldwide. Together we want to elevate the conversation globally about the importance of women in engineering and technology.
    Venue: Online, Multiple, .
    Organisation: DiscoverE: DiscoverE’s (formerly National Engineers Week Foundation) mission is to sustain and grow a dynamic engineering profession through outreach, education, celebration, and volunteerism.
    Info: Click here
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    Date & time: 13 March 2015 14.00 to 16.00
    About: A focus group discussion for women’s voice and role in conservation and sustainable natural resource management in general.
    Venue: WWF Indonesia, Graha Simatupang, Tower 2C 7th floor, Jl. TB Simatupang Kav. 38, Jakarta, 12540
    Organisation: WWF Indonesia: WWF-Indonesia is an independent member of WWF, the global conservation organization, a network of WWF organizations and affiliates operating in close to 100 countries worldwide.
    Info: Click here

    And if those events do not appeal to you, I have been told that, on Tuesdays, there are Ladies’ Nights in the Mo Bar, at the Mandarin Oriental, and at Molly Malone’s, at Senayan.

    Some of us guys should drop by those places this week to pay our respects to the opposite sex – ooops, gender! 

    • Vanessa NJ 1:17 pm on March 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I suppose you think it’s very droll to trivialize a day set aside to honor female achievement and promote the eradication of archaic gender roles.
      You are quite deliberately mocking the purpose and symbolism of IWD.
      Nobody concerned with equality is laughing with you but some of us are laughing at you, in particular your crude sexist imagery, which appeals only to neanderthal men like yourself..


    • Glenn 7:33 pm on March 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Ten out of ten for this one, though, Ross. Indonesian women deserve all the praise you give them, and more.
      Vanessa sounds jealous!


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