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  • "If we're honest, objective, Jakarta is no longer ideal," says Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who has dispatched teams as far off as the jungle-clad island of Borneo to look for alternative sites.

    Indonesia Mulls Plans To Relocate Capital City

  • "If we're honest, objective, Jakarta is no longer ideal," says Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who has dispatched teams as far off as the jungle-clad island of Borneo to look for alternative sites.

    Indonesia Mulls Plans To Relocate Capital City

  • The wind fell lighter, the scud of clouds thinned and broke, and in the dim glimmer of starlight loomed the jungle-clad coast.

    A SON OF THE SUN

  • We completed our run across the Pacific, lifted the volcanic peaks, jungle-clad, of the Bonin Islands, sailed in among the reefs to the land-locked harbour, and let our anchor rumble down where lay a score or more of sea-gypsies like ourselves.

    Chapter 16

  • Frankly, I wish she'd needed to talk him into it more, because he was wearing very little, and he is more scenic than all those jungle-clad volcanoes.

    Tallulah Morehead: Survivor 22: Rerun Island: Russell Blows It, Mansweater Sucks It, and Big Mouth Stamps It.

  • On a sultry tropic day, when the last flicker of the far southeast trade was fading out and the seasonal change for the northwest monsoon was coming on, the Kittiwake lifted above the sea-rim the jungle-clad coast of Francis Island.

    THE PROUD GOAT OFALOYSIUS PANKBURN

  • Frankly, I wish she'd needed to talk him into it more, because he was wearing very little, and he is more scenic than all those jungle-clad volcanoes.

    Tallulah Morehead: Survivor 22: Rerun Island: Russell Blows It, Mansweater Sucks It, and Big Mouth Stamps It.

  • Most accounts of Machu Picchu's revelation began with Bingham's quest to find the last cities of the Incas – the jungle-clad settlements where the most impressive pre-Columbian empire in the Americas took refuge from the Spanish in the 16th century.

    'Cradle of Gold'

  • Most accounts of Machu Picchu's revelation began with Bingham's quest to find the last cities of the Incas – the jungle-clad settlements where the most impressive pre-Columbian empire in the Americas took refuge from the Spanish in the 16th century.

    'Cradle of Gold'

  • Most accounts of Machu Picchu's revelation began with Bingham's quest to find the last cities of the Incas – the jungle-clad settlements where the most impressive pre-Columbian empire in the Americas took refuge from the Spanish in the 16th century.

    'Cradle of Gold'

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