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  1. #1326

    ISG access

    It's all very interesting as sometimes at my hotel resort in north Bali I can access ISG and other times at slightly different locations and / or times of day, it's not possible. Access also seems to vary whether I am using my IPad or IPhone. But this is related to only getting on in Bali.

    When I was in Java, I was not able to get on ISG in Yogja, Borobudur, Malang, or Banyuwangi. Oddly enough when I set up my hide me VPN in Batu, I did get access for that one evening I was there.

    Mongering is basically a waste of time for the cities noted above. I may have stumbled on a house of sorts in Yogyakarta but it was not for the faint of heart. In Malang, I went to this ridiculously loud disco called MyPlace. There were about a dozen girls all in similar tight red and short dresses. They all appeared pretty drunk and surrounded by local guys. I asked my bellman later about why they were wearing similar dresses and he said it was because they were doing a promotion for Marlboro. He said the girls were generally available for ST at 1. 5 m ($110 USD) but you had to arrange with their pimps who were also at the disco. Very few would speak English either.

    Malang was a very nice city and prob the nicest I have spent time in during my Asia visits except for the nightlife and finding girls, which would be quite tough in my estimation.

    However, the city itself, was quite clean, friendly, offered nice restaurants, some very decent neighborhoods with real sidewalks -- a vestige of its colonial Dutch history -- and was very leafy and green. It's a bit higher in altitude too so the climate was more moderate as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrstar  [View Original Post]
    ISG has been flagged as inappropriate by the authorities, but not all service providers follow this list and block the site. If you find the site blocked you will also find AFF and similar sites blocked. I can access from my place about 2 hours from Bandung, but in Bandung it depends on which hotel I stay at. Sometimes it's blocked and sometimes it isn't. You will see as FastNet or similar screen pop up.

  2. #1325
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomasb  [View Original Post]
    I have been traveling through East and Central Java from Yogja to Malang and then by train to take the ferry to Bali.

    Nevertheless, I wondered if BM's have encountered similar issues accessing ISG? I just wonder why I can sometimes access ISG in Bali and other times I cannot. I have not been to Kuta or south Bali on this trip. At least, not yet.
    ISG has been flagged as inappropriate by the authorities, but not all service providers follow this list and block the site. If you find the site blocked you will also find AFF and similar sites blocked. I can access from my place about 2 hours from Bandung, but in Bandung it depends on which hotel I stay at. Sometimes it's blocked and sometimes it isn't. You will see as FastNet or similar screen pop up.

  3. #1324

    Madura cewes squeeze

    I've had the pleasure of a few Madura cewe squeezes. I think it is true, many of them can blissfully squeeze you away!

  4. #1323
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomasb  [View Original Post]
    I have been traveling through East and Central Java from Yogja to Malang and then by train to take the ferry to Bali.

    With the exception of a one night stay in Batu, a smaller city outside Malang, I have not been able to access ISG. However, in Bali, at least on the north shore, I have sporadically been able to access ISG though it's unpredictable.

    I set up a hide me proxy VPN line that worked one time on Java in Batu but does not appear to be working effectively overall.

    Since I tried to set up the hide me proxy while in Java that could have dismissed its effectiveness.

    Nevertheless, I wondered if BM's have encountered similar issues accessing ISG? I just wonder why I can sometimes access ISG in Bali and other times I cannot. I have not been to Kuta or south Bali on this trip. At least, not yet.
    I have found at some hotels in Jakart whether the site is blocked varies from day-to-day or even hour-to-hour. Other hotels just block it all the time. I have had success avoiding this by using the Pale Moon browser, and setting my location as the USA.

  5. #1322

    ISG blocked in Indo

    I have been traveling through East and Central Java from Yogja to Malang and then by train to take the ferry to Bali.

    With the exception of a one night stay in Batu, a smaller city outside Malang, I have not been able to access ISG. However, in Bali, at least on the north shore, I have sporadically been able to access ISG though it's unpredictable.

    I set up a hide me proxy VPN line that worked one time on Java in Batu but does not appear to be working effectively overall.

    Since I tried to set up the hide me proxy while in Java that could have dismissed its effectiveness.

    Nevertheless, I wondered if BM's have encountered similar issues accessing ISG? I just wonder why I can sometimes access ISG in Bali and other times I cannot. I have not been to Kuta or south Bali on this trip. At least, not yet.

  6. #1321

    Goyang Madura

    Does anyone know where I can sample the delightful example of muscle control known as "Goyang Madura".

    My interest has been rekindled by several bought (paid) with the girl who is a personal trainer at a gym in my office building.

    She told me that she had gotten the muscle control through yoga exercises and bladder control, but she says that this is nothing compared to the women from Madura. I asked a local pimp and mamasan and in both cases I just wasted money paying for anal.

    And don't even bother suggesting that I go to Madura and ask around.

    I went there in the 90's on my first indo trip outside of Bali that time our loosen was besieged by local males that had never seen a female European before besides in a movie.

    Then I went back about a year ago, I was pretty keen on a Jakarta girl who got transferred to Surabaya. So for one of our weekends together I had the bright idea that instead of going to Bali, we would drive over the bridge and see the bull races. . despite my begging the flower from Jakarta did her best to upset any one she could, first by wearing provocative clothing, then insisting on drinking with the men at the races having discrete sips of "medicine" then calling them monkeys when they refused. I really was threatened with a machete. It is the only place in Indonesia that I have been asked for proof of marriage in a hotel. I will go back again but not with a naive backpacker or a spoiled rich city girl.

    And I definitely won't ask the men suggestive questions about their wives or daughters.

  7. #1320
    Quote Originally Posted by Socker  [View Original Post]
    That's great info, I really appreciate it. I am going to give Jakarta some serious consideration and will check prices, air and accommodations maana.

    I'll do more searching, this forum is pretty solid.
    If you go to Jakarta I'd give Blok M a miss. I was there the other night and it was pretty quiet, mainly because there aren't that many bars left. Top Gun is still there, so is Everest, but I think there are only anther 2 or 3 left. Oscar's is shut, so is the Sportsman.

    This was the first time I'd been to Block M in many years though, so some of these bars may have closed a while ago. Bit of a shame, I really used to like going there but it probably just got old like me.

  8. #1319
    Quote Originally Posted by BuleNakal  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone tell me where you can buy takeaway alcohol ie. Crates of beer, in Jogyakarta?

    I have been told that even the large supermarkets like carrefour aren't selling it at the moment due to confusion regarding the new laws.

    I'm staying in a nearby town all I can buy here is single bottle at a high price or local.
    Not sure about Jogyakarta but you can't buy alcohol in supermarkets in Bandung now. It's a local law, it doesn't apply to Jakarta. You can get drinks in bars and restaurants still though.

  9. #1318
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTraveller  [View Original Post]
    Anybody know a good std-clinic in Jakarta?
    Medistra in Jalan Gatot Subroto and MMC in Jalan Rasuna Said.

  10. #1317

    STD clinics in Jakarta

    Anybody know a good std-clinic in Jakarta?

  11. #1316

    Natty!!

    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    Hi Socker,

    As you know I am a BKKer. I love BKK, but I have visited Jakarta twice now for a grand total, so far, of 3 weeks and I really like the girls I met here. I am looking forward to my third trip which is coming up shortly. My feeling is that Jakarta is more a bordello (massage parlor) and nightclub town than a Go Go kind of town like BKK is although BKK has some great massage parlors and clubs too. Anyway, I think you will find the best pickings are in the bordellos (spas) and clubs associated with the bordellos. At the high end joints, prices are higher than at BKK Soapies. I am talking about Hotel Alexis and Malioboro. But I highly, highly recommend Malioboro and Malio Club. It beats any comparable place I know in BKK and is much more lively than any BKK soapy. A little less pricey are bordellos like FM1, Hotel Orchardz Grand Boutique, and King's Cross. I think you will find really nice girls in these 2nd tier places along with very reasonable rates (less expensive than comparable BKK)..
    That's great info, I really appreciate it. I am going to give Jakarta some serious consideration and will check prices, air and accommodations maņana.

    I'll do more searching, this forum is pretty solid.

  12. #1315
    Hi Socker,

    As you know I am a BKKer. I love BKK, but I have visited Jakarta twice now for a grand total, so far, of 3 weeks and I really like the girls I met here. I am looking forward to my third trip which is coming up shortly. My feeling is that Jakarta is more a bordello (massage parlor) and nightclub town than a Go Go kind of town like BKK is although BKK has some great massage parlors and clubs too. Anyway, I think you will find the best pickings are in the bordellos (spas) and clubs associated with the bordellos. At the high end joints, prices are higher than at BKK Soapies. I am talking about Hotel Alexis and Malioboro. But I highly, highly recommend Malioboro and Malio Club. It beats any comparable place I know in BKK and is much more lively than any BKK soapy. A little less pricey are bordellos like FM1, Hotel Orchardz Grand Boutique, and King's Cross. I think you will find really nice girls in these 2nd tier places along with very reasonable rates (less expensive than comparable BKK).

    Taking girls out of these bordellos is possible, but prohibitively costly. This is where FL bars come into play. I really like CJ's and to a lesser extent Bats. YMMV, but at CJ's I found a large number of FL's and semi FL's of very high quality. There is nothing comparable in BKK. Spasso or Mixx are in the same class and approximate price level, but the girls are not as numerous or as good. Climax Fl's are a bad joke when compared to CJ's FL's. But you pay large for the CJ quality although the CJ girls are good looking and very friendly so I think you will have a great LT night if you go there. You should go.

    I guess that leaves the least expensive bordellos (spas) like Hotel Classic, Hotel Travel, and Hotel Melawai on the one hand and the Blok M bars on the other. Both venues are definitely worth a look see. Read the numerous trip reports on these places and do not expect too much. Think approximately Soi 6 quality and have the objective in mind of finding a diamond in the rough. It can be done. Prices are very reasonable compared to BKK.

    So where to stay? Stay in the North! I suggest the Grand Mercure Jakarta Harmoni for its good location near many of the Bordellos mentioned above. In additon, the Grand Mercure Jakarta Harmoni has a spa on the 5th floor and after 10 am you can go down to the spa and select a massage girl to come to your room for an hour of massage and fun. The best selection comes after 1 pm. From this Hotel you can actually walk to Malioboro and later at night, after the traffic congestion has died down, it is a reasonable easy taxi ride south to CJ's and even further south to Blok M. Staying in the South strands you in the south because it is a very long duration taxi ride north to the Bordellos at the time you will want to go North which also is when the traffic is still very bad.

    I think you are going to like Jakarta and Jakarta girls. Stick with the bordellos (spas) mainly and FL bars. If time permits check out Blok M.

  13. #1314

    Jakarta info needed.

    Hey Bros,

    I'm heading to Thailand in a couple of months and planning things right now. I have been wanting to pop over to Jakarta but I'm leery of language issues. From what I gather reading the forum there is plenty of GFE but it's not easy to take photos like it is in the PI.

    My questions,

    In bars like Top Gun, My Bar or other popular monger venues is it difficult to communicate w / the ladies?

    How do the cost compare w / quality pussy? Similar w / Bangkok? I talking top lookers in the bars.

    Are there streets like Fields Ave or Burgos St where there is a concentration of bars in which to bar hop?

    I like gogos at night, in the daytime mall action like Ayala Mall in Cebu. Are there gogos where the ladies are dancing? Nude? How are the malls for hunting?

    What area is the best (easiest) place in Jakarta to start, district / hotel?

    It seems Jakarta is more of a spa / massage parlor scene in which you have your fun at their location. Is this true.

    Thanks in advance, if I go I will post a report w / pics.

    I prefer to party and enjoy the night life w / my hooker of the day, that's my mo.

  14. #1313
    Jakarta (Reuters) - Militants launched a gun and bomb assault in the center of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, killing at least six people, in an attack that followed a threat by Islamic State fighters to put the country in their "spotlight", police said.

    Media said six bombs went off and a Reuters witness saw police exchanging fire with gunmen. Several hours after the attacks began, the witness heard more gunfire and at least one more explosion.

    One blast was in a Starbucks cafe and security forces were later seen entering the building.

    "The Starbucks cafe windows are blown out. I see three dead people on the road. There has been a lull in the shooting but someone is on the roof of the building and police are aiming their guns at him," said a Reuters photographer.

    Police suspected a suicide bomber was responsible for at least one of the blasts and up to 14 militant gunmen were involved in the attack, Metro TV reported.

    Police snipers were deployed among hundreds of other security officers, some in armored vehicles. A bomb disposal unit was seen entering the building where the Starbucks is located, which also houses a cinema.

    An office worker in a building above the Starbucks cafe, who declined to be identified, said he and fellow workers had been ordered to stay put after the first blast.

    "That's when I heard the second explosion. It was loud and powerful," he said.

    Indonesia has been on edge for weeks over the threat posed by Islamist militants and counter-terrorism police have launched a crackdown on people with suspected links to Islamic State.

    "We have previously received a threat from Islamic State that Indonesia will be the spotlight," police spokesman Anton Charliyan told reporters. But he said police did not know who was responsible.

    He said three policemen and three civilians had been killed. Media reported that a Dutch person and another foreigner were among the casualties but it was not clear if they were dead or wounded. Police said four suspected attackers were killed.

    The last major militant attacks in Jakarta were in July 2009, with bombs at the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton hotels.

    President Joko Widodo was outside Jakarta when the attack unfolded but was cutting shot his trip to return to the sprawling capital of more than 10 million people by helicopter.

    He urged the public not to be fearful and or speculate on who was behind the attack.

    "We must not be afraid, we must not be defeated by an act of terror like this," he said in televised comments.

    The national intelligence agency chief said there was no indication that Islamic State militants had carried out the attack.

    ALARM OVER ISLAMIC STATE.

    Early in the attack, one explosion went off in front of a shopping center called the Sarinah mall, on a main avenue. Media said a police post outside the mall was blown up.

    A you. And. Building was in lock-down with no one allowed in or out, a witness said. Some other high-rise buildings in the area were evacuated.

    Several embassies are also in the vicinity and Indonesia's central bank, in the same area, and was going ahead with a policy meeting and a decision on interest rates would be announced as planned later in the day, a spokesman said.

    Indonesia has the world's largest Muslim population, the vast majority of whom practise a moderate form of the religion.

    The country saw a spate of militant attacks in the 2000's, the deadliest of which was a nightclub bombing on the holiday island of Bali that killed 202 people, most of them tourists.

    Police have been largely successful in destroying domestic militant cells since then, but officials have more recently been worrying about a resurgence inspired by groups such as Islamic State and Indonesians who return after fighting with the group. Alarm in the West over the danger stemming from Islamic State rocketed after the Paris attacks in November and the killing of 14 people in California in December. But mostly Muslim nations regarded as more moderate have also been caught in the spiraling violence. On Tuesday, a Syrian suicide bomber killed 10 German tourists in Istanbul. Turkish authorities suspect the bomber had links to Islamic State and unidentified powers using the militant group.

  15. #1312

    Blasts in Central Jakarta

    January 14th 2016:

    There are reports at least two people have been killed in several blasts near the United Nations offices in Jakarta.

    Six explosions were heard in the centre of the Indonesian capital and casualties were seen lying on the ground, witnesses say.

    The ABC's South-East Asia correspondent Samantha Hawley was on the scene shortly after the explosions.

    "It looks like two dead, that may rise as it's still a live situation," she said.

    "This is one of the main city centre areas, about 50 metres from the UN building, near the main roundabout and close to the ABC offices. ".

    Police were not immediately available for comment, but according to an official Jakarta police Twitter account, one explosion went off in front of a shopping centre called the Sarinah mall.

    At least three casualties were seen lying on the street, according to an AFP journalist at the scene.

    Gunfire was ringing out in the area afterwards, the journalist said.

    A police post on a main street was damaged after six blasts were heard. More to come.

    AFP / Reuters.

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