From Jakarta Book Club: June meetup

Week highlight no. 1: Jakarta Book Club meet up discussing Lifestyle. Glad that the community is steadily growing and thanks to awesome support from GEPI, Kutukutubuku, Ollie and Dina, we can encourage more ppl to read. We played pictionary too. Having foreign friends makes me realize that Indonesian don’t play games that much. Well, I love games. I think it’s the most effective way to de-stress and keep your mind active and young. Next month’s theme: “Music & Culture” – the last Saturday of July. Join us! #JBC #weekend

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The Halal Boys Experience (Jakarta)

Weekend highlight no. 2: Night out at Halal Boys, the newest food truck in town (located across Beautika Senayan). He said it is a hipster place. I have to agree. Lol. 55k for gyro over rice, be careful of the sambal. We managed to leave GI (midnite sale) before 8pm and arrived here without getting stuck in traffic. Then we talked for hours while listening to the live music played by the band inside the restaurant next door. Driving back to the central area was not a hassle after 11pm. Thanks Honeycomber for the news. Reminded me of Halal Guys in front of MoMa, but taste-wise it still needs a lot improvement #weekend

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My weekend highlights

My highlight of the week: no. 3 – meeting at the city park. The idea sounded weird at first, but it was nice for the soul. Situ Lembang park at menteng is only 1 km away but it’s so quiet and hidden from the tall buildings and car noises. Plus, it has wifi connection. Thanks Nuniek for recommending this place ^^ #weekend

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Snackssss

Lately I don’t buy my regular snacks of Monde Egg roll, Astor, Lotte choco pie, or Kinder Bueno. But currently like these: Kitkat crunch, Lorenz cheese & garlic Crunchchips, and Kresley!! Yes, I’m loving snacks. #weekend #june

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I Can’t Believe My Eyes

My eyes refused to believe this, but there is actually a section for this genre at Kinokuniya PS. I guess this is like a #fiftyshadeseffect or what, I dunno. In manga the genre for gay relationship also occupies one whole shelf (something that I didn’t see in Kinokuniya Singapore, for instance). Parents might not notice it, though. #books

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