The Maritim Guest House
Travel Blogs from Jakarta
... them to look for a hotel or something, because those are easiest enough to find but they're not always super cheap. It was crazy to think they'd just shown up to Bandung to backpack through, having no idea what they were in store for. They were expecting Bandung to be some small hick town and were surprised when we told them it was the 2nd or 3rd largest city in Java, possibly of Indonesia.
Well, that was pretty much our weekend. Kyle slept the rest of Sunday ...
... all kind of melts away and I take in this beautiful and chaotic country I am in. I will never get to experience anything quite like this day again. Each day will be something new and something that I can store away into my memory. I take these pictures and videos for the blog, yet the lens only allows me to capture a fraction of what my eyes are seeing. The sweet green bread given at tea break isnt as vivid in the picture ...
... karena di UK tidak setiap saat kita bisa menemukan restoran yang menyajikan makanan halal
- Jas hujan / payung kecil
- Jaket dan sweater
- Gloves & beanie / sarung tangan & kupluk + scarf
- Kompas untuk menentukan arah kiblat
- Tempat minum Tupperware untuk menyimpan air minum jadi tidak perlu membeli air mineral dalam kemasan selama disana.
- Celana training untuk tidur
- Obat-obatan sesuai keperluan
... populaire mais qui pue), Jakarta est une capital gigantesque de 9 millions d’habitants (20 millions en incluant la banlieue). Mais Jakarta s’est avérée ne pas être aussi moche qu’on le dit, même si il est vrai que c’est une ville très polluée, chaotique avec peu d’espaces verts. Mais après 2 semaines a Sumatra, Java et sa capitale nous semblent modernes et développés comme si nous avions changé de pays. La ville n’a ...
... there. Shared by other visiting Paraglider pilots from around the World this
was a great place to stay and felt like home.
In the centre of town was a modern hotel run by a guy named Naresh who was the main mover and shaker in the town who would be able to organise anything. Taxis were four hundred rupees a trip up the mountain. This could be shared with other pilots who were keen to
make the 14 km trip up. I ...