What it’s like to be a poor traveler in Indonesia
The Indonesian city of Sokkaido, one of the poorest countries in the world, has been hit hard by a wave of Typhoon Phanfone, which has been the deadliest storm to hit the region in years.
The typhoon caused widespread flooding and killed at least nine people in Indonesia, with another nine still missing.
At least 40,000 people have been affected, and many have lost their homes.
The floods in Sokkad have forced the closure of schools, and there is even a threat of more landslides in the region.
Many residents have also been forced to abandon their homes, and now many people have fled the country.
The situation has been dire for a number of years, and the floods have only worsened the situation.
Many of those left behind are desperate to find a place to live, as they are unable to afford basic needs such as food, water and shelter.
The Indonesian capital Jakarta is among the worst affected, with at least 100,000 houses submerged in the floodwaters.
Many Indonesians have left their homes in search of refuge, and have been forced into hiding by the floods.