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Travel Blogs from Jakarta
... the volcanos that erupted in Indonesia and we hope that our flights will not be delayed at all either.
# of countries: 36
# of cities: 76
# of bus rides: 19
# of ...
... try when I get home!
Yesterday & today we had/ have 2 shows in the afternoon, then we get tomorrow (Monday) off to go exploring! Tami & I hope to get a massage back at the hotel after our shows tonight, although I tried to call & book last night & they told me to call back the same day we want the massage, apparently they don’t take bookings a day in advance!
... that this was my second trip to Indonesia. Seems like a good group.
Tomorrow we go to Bandung via train, early! I warned and asked Lynsey to make sure I was up. And that although I am not a grumpy morning person, I am non thinking morning one. if I have't enough sleep, my head will be in one big haze.
Accommodations: one night, Paragon Galleria, basic, nonflushable toilet and constantly running water from the toilet tank which Lynsey knew how to turn off so we can ...
... tickets and walked into the goblet (the base) of Monas, we walked downstairs where there were scenes telling the story of Indonesia. We walked outside to check out the view which was nice. It was a clear day, not too much smog, and not too many people. Well, in the goblet at least. There is an elevator for people interested in going to the top of Monas for the birds-eye view of central Jakarta, but the line grows quickly and would have easily been a few ...
JAVA 10 – 23/10 :
10/10/12, Jakarta: a mental, oriental, megalopolis with about 26million people, sprawling 25kms from one end of the city to the other. We try to find a needle in a haystack, our friend anggeit's house who we met in the togean islands & where we’re meant to be staying. After jumping off the bus from the airport, standing a little bit lost in the chaotic suburbs, ...