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I was even planning the title for the blog post I would write about it before I arrived there.
(Yes, I am that nerd.) Maybe something like: “Yangshuo: Saving the best for last.” Or: “Yangshuo: Love at last sight.” Or: “Yangshuo: The Reason Why I Never Left China and Now I’m in Prison for Violating My Visa” I didn’t end up loving Yangshuo, though. You know, the guy that you have so much in common with? The guy with the cute glasses and the clever responses to even the stupidest questions and the list of the same favorite books as you.
Kalabalığa baktığımızda herkesin kıpırdamadan baktığını görüyoruz. Helengözyaşlarına boğulmuş, gözleri şişmiş, kanlanmış ve yaşlar yanaklarından akıyor.
Sonunda olan oluyor ve Hektor'un Aşil ile savaşmak için babasına veda ettiği sahnede postiş kayıyor, kısa saçlar alttan olduğu gibi görünüyor. -Grekler'in Truva kapılarına dayandığı sahnede gölgelerin yeri sürekli değişiyor.
Bir sağa, bir sola oynayan gölgeler seyirciyi bile yoruyor. -Aşil'in annesiyle kumsalda yürüdüğü sahnede gündüz gözüyle ay çıkmış... -Truvalılar'ın kaçış sahnesinde lamaları görüyoruz. Lamalar bilindiği gibi sadece Latin Amerika'da yaşar.
Jakarta can come across as a dirty and crowded city. Even though it’s only one street (Palatehan road with a few bars where you can play hooker snooker, e.g. Jakarta’s backpacker’s area is called Jalan Jaksa and is situated in Central Jakarta.
It also has some of the worst traffic problems in the world. So if you want to go from one area to another you’ll probably be stuck in traffic. Hotels are more expensive than other countries in South East Asia (like Thailand, Cambodia, Philippines, Vietnam,…).