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Cherilyn commented on the Expat Report Dating and Marriage in Batam, Indonesia
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What is it like in your country of residence for someone with your relationship status (married/divorced/dating)? If you're single, how do you meet other people? Do English-speaking people tend to gravitate to certain parts of your city?
From what I hear from my married friends, it is very difficult for them here. There is little concern that a western man is married and the local women are quite aggressive.

If you are a single man, be prepared for LOTS of proposals. They are highly coveted so they can lift the local women out of poverty. If you are a single woman, be prepared to find other things to occupy yourself with as you will be intimidating to the local guys and competing with the local women for western guys. Besides that most of the single western guys are older and just looking for company. I recommend spending lots of time in Singapore or Australia. (Continue)

Cherilyn replied most recently with:
My name is Cherilyn, i am from Singapore and i have been in relationship with my boyfriend for 1 year now and we were planning to get married soon and as time went on he started a secret dating with another girl and later left me for the girl, i really love this guy and never can imagine life without him. I further tried all my best to get him back but all my effort to get him back in my life did not work out. It was on this faithful day, i came across some comments on a website about this great spell caster called Priest Ajigar, so many testimonies that he help them to renew their relationship and bring their ex back, i had to contact him because he was my last hope. I contacted him through his email and he assured me that in three days time my boyfriend is going to leave the other girl and come back to me and it was a very great surprise to see my boyfriend coming back to me after three days the spell was done. I am so very happy today that he came back to me and i achieved this with the help of Priest Ajigar spell and if you need his help to get your husband or ex back in love? Then you can email Priest Ajigar for help on (priestajigarspells@live.com)
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Expat Report Review of Ying ying ng in Jakarta, Indonesia was published
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How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
No extra curricular activities that is useful. Facilities are horrible. Last year, a teacher chopped a kid's pinky off with the door. (Continue)
property in IndonesiaThe house has all relevant documents for expat ownership. It is located very strategically in the middle of the city, nothing is far and everything reachable via public transportation as well.
property in IndonesiaWe Have Apartment/flat in Kuningan South Jakarta area 1/2/3 Bedroom with affordable price, with one stop living facilities in the complex ensure you comfortable living in jakarta.
matabiru111 commented on the Expat Report Moving to Batam, Indonesia
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What advice would you give someone preparing to move to your area about the actual move, choosing a neighborhood and finding a home?
It can be difficult for a new expat, but I would recommend driving around and looking at several houses and complexes before making a decision, so you get an idea of what to expect. (Continue)
matabiru111 replied most recently with:
I want to leave Batam and have to sell my wonderful house in Batam centre. 270m2 on three floors, 6 rooms, one huge living room with kitchen, 3 bathrooms, terrace on top, a balinese garden beside and one garden in front of the house. space for minimum 4 cars because its the end of the street. the house has all relevant documents for expat ownership. if you are interested please contact me under: rex.marten.gaidies@gmail.com
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property in IndonesiaApartment For Rent in Jakarta
kayahati replied to the thread Advice on agencies for domestic helpers and nannies? on the Indonesia forum:
asiatraveller initially posted:
We might be moving from HK to Jakarta later this year... I spotted your post on hiring helper. Can you please share your experience in brief? Are there any agencies to go with? Or is it all word of mouth? It seems situation is a bit different from HK, where it took me no time to choose an agency. Thanks in advance for sharing any tips!!! Eugene.
kayahati replied most recently with:
Don't trust this kind of agencies, you never know what kind of people they send for you. I suggest find helpers or nannies from the people you have know.
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3 bedroom house and 2 bath , 1 car garage for rent . Quite nice neighbor. Close to main street. 20 minute to Airport.
lunaskaya 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
lunaskaya replied most recently with:
We are a law firm in Jakarta and we can assist you to establish a company or act as nominee, please contact us: info@lunaskaya-advocates.com.
santi8 replied most recently with:
What kind of your business antonio?
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rkulikingorontalo replied to the thread Kitten Etiquette on the Indonesia forum:
rkulikingorontalo initially posted:
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?
rkulikingorontalo replied most recently with:
I live in Telaga, and one of my best friends lives in Batudaa!
indostocks replied most recently with:
Are you residing in Gorontalo? - My wife comes from Batudaa, which is just under 20km away from the GPO.
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