A number of light blue minivans were parked on the side of the road. This place near Jakarta Kota station was a stop for a shared bus called Angkot. The parked vehicles opened their doors and waited for passengers to board. And a tout was standing next to the minivan to make sure that as many passengers as possible could get on.
The tout was raising his hands in the air and signaling to the passengers. Although this was a shared bus stop, it was not a proper terminal, and there were no signs or anything. It's not easy to find a minibus that goes in the direction you want to go among the many parked minibusses. I guess that's why there is such a thing as a man. The man who shows you around will tell you which minivan you want to take.
At this time, the man who raised his hand to tell the customer which minivan to get into maight be trying to stand out. He was wearing a polo shirt with red and white stripes, just like Wally in "Where's Wally?" Wearing such a flashy striped outfit, it must have been easy for customers looking for a minivan to find the man who was guiding them.
March 7, 2021
SONY ALPHA 7R II
ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF