Seriously, though, it's an inlet (or bay) on the east coast of Australia, just south of Sydney. If memory serves the Georges river flows into the bay.
Farewell to your gangers and gang planks
And to hell with your overtime
For the good ship Ragamuffin, she's lying at the quay
For to take oul Pat with a shovel on his back
To the shores of Botany Bay
'Djakarta' is the old, colonial era spelling. The current spelling of Jakarta is relatively new. (It was changed in the 60s, I think)
In the 16th century, the kingdom of Demak managed to conquer the city from the Portuguese and renamed it to Djayakarta('The City of Victory').
About a century later, the Dutch came, razed the city, and rebuilt it with the new name Batavia(named after the Batavi tribe which is an old germanic tribe living in the Netherlands)
After the independence, Indonesia renamed it to 'Djakarta', a shortened form of 'Djayakarta'.
Before the 20th century, the Dutch used to spell anything with 'j' as 'dj' (ex: 'Jan' becomes 'Djan'), and Indonesia just kinda went along with it until 1972 when we decided that it was ridiculous spelling and changed the entire Indonesian dictionary, replacing every instance of 'dj' to 'j'
Duluth urban area is around 120,000 compared to Thunder Bay 109,000, since the latter is a very remote city
Anyway, it's not as if I have to do quizzes here. Breathe...