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property in Indonesia2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, very full furnished, 36m2.
property in Indonesia2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, very full furnished, 36m2.
syzygy47 posted Thanksgiving in Batam on the Indonesia forum on November 20, 2014:
Does anyone know a restaurant in Batam that offers an American-style turkey dinner around US Thanksgiving day?
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Maria47 replied to the thread New business in Jakarta or Bali on the Indonesia forum:
Maria47 initially posted:
Hi, anyone have planning to start business in Jakarta or Bali. I have planning to come back to Jakarta on Feb. next year.i live in Auckland for more than 13 years. I am indonesian
Maria47 replied on November 18, 2014 with:
Hi Antonio how are you. I live in Auckland New Zealand. I am going to move to jkt on February next year. I am interested your offer job. I am Indonesian. Thanks.
Antonio12345678 replied on November 18, 2014 with:
hi i would like to start a small business at Jakarta, i want to hire local people, anybody suggestion and help?
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Crockett1956 posted Living in Benkulu province on the Indonesia forum:
I am an Aussie; about to start an assignment in Bintuhan, Bengkulu Province, Indonesia I can't find anything about Bintuhan and not much about Bengkulu on the Web. Is there anyone who has lived or worked in the area?
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Maria47 replied to the thread Looking to start a small business in Indonesia on the Indonesia forum:
Linda275 initially posted:
Hello, Can anyone please advise on how I might go about finding beach front land for sale? I am looking to start up a small dive business, I am not restricted to 'where' as long as its beach front and enough land to build a few bungalows + small dive centre. I am currently living in the UK, I am really just looking for some guidance on 'where to start' before heading out to Indonesia. Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer some advice.
Maria47 replied most recently with:
Hi Linda I suggest you to start at Bali or batam near Singapore.i planning to move to Indonesia on February next year. I can help you and if possible to join with you. I am interested in spa business or beauty treatment.we can combine to your idea. I live in Auckland right now.
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Maria47 replied to the thread can anyone help to translate indonesia to english on the Indonesia forum:
luvling85 initially posted:
hi could anyone help me to translate this indonesia to english 1) wihh .. hati 2 mam disana cinn 2) hahaha..tdkji disni cin .. asal jgn kios sehati langgananya vita.. xixi 3) nongkringgg cuint 4) deh cpatx nongkringgg blum waktux pulang 5) hei .. wf pakboss ta juga aciaaannnn
Maria47 replied most recently with:
Those language not Indonesia language but slang language. Not worth it to know about it.
akangontohod replied most recently with:
1) becareful if you want to eat there sweatheart 2) haha... its not going to be here dear... anywhere will do as long its not in vita's place 3) lets hang out 4) its not the time to come home yet its hang out time no 5 is to personal ... there is no way you can guess the meaning
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property in IndonesiaAvailable on January 2015: Apartment located in strategic business district area of Central Jakarta, Indonesia - Jln. Jend.
property in IndonesiaAvailable on January 2015: Apartment located in strategic business district area of Central Jakarta, Indonesia - Jln. Jend.
rkulikingorontalo posted Kitten Etiquette on the Indonesia forum:
I just adopted a kitten from a neighbor. I live in a big, expensive house in an area where there are many people without running water indoors. This kitten was the only surviving member of the litter, and my neighbors--who are my friends--own her mother. They are clearly very attached to her, and have come every day since I was adopted to visit. However, my empathy for them has really been challenged because my kitten was crawling with lice when I got her. She has also been throwing up roundworms at least twice a day since she arrived. She is perpetually terrified because people pick her up and cuddle her to their faces, although all she does when left to her own devices is hide and nap. I think the illness of the worms and her fear have made people think she enjoys this attention, but to me she is clearly terrified. Although I am trying to join this community as best I can--I am here for nine months--I have found this very challenging. I love animals, and people are treating my kitten as if she was a stuffed animal. I have actually taken her away from several people, which I know they find bothersome. I also heard the former owner tell someone that she was sick not because of the 5-inch worms she keeps throwing up, but because I wasn't letting her go outside. On the one hand, I very much disapprove of how this kitten has been treated. Other people can treat their animals as they want, but this is my kitten now and I am determined to treat her as I believe animals should be treated, and to protect her. On the other hand, I don't want to alienate anyone in my community. Anyone have any advice?
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Emilazer posted Bahasa tutor on the Indonesia forum:
I've lived overseas few years. Fluent in English and able to teach Bahasa. SMS me
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property in IndonesiaFacility: Lift/emergency exit, lobby, security 24 hrs, park & large parking area, swimming pool & jogging track, mini market, drugstore, laundry, canteen, spa / beauty salon, clinic, ATM centre

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