Teacher, ER and renal nurse, theologian, writer, cyclist, photographer, cook, gardener, essayist, tropical fish hobbyist, dog and cat lover, coffee lover, etc., etc.
DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
I'm sorry, but I'm totally missing the context of this question. over 7 years ago
The formal word for money is "salapi" and the common (street language) word is "pera." The colonial leftover word for money is "kwarta." Everyday use would be "pera." about 7 years ago
If you happen to be visiting Mal Kelapa Gading in Jakarta Utara (North Jakarta), the safest place is the Koramil (mixed police-military) outpost across the road at the north end of the mall. It's an area where mopeds commonly park and I've gotten the affable watchers used to looking after my bicycle there. You can even park there in the evening up to say 11 p.m. over 7 years ago
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