Casa 34

Address: Jl. Rs. Fatmawati Kav. 52., Jakarta, Java, 12430, Indonesia | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Jl. Rs. Fatmawati Kav. 52., Jakarta, is near Kraton (Keraton), Jalan Malioboro, Museum Bank Indonesia, and Kota Gede.
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Travel Blogs from Jakarta

Miasto kontrastów

A travel blog entry by kasia28 on Jul 03, 2015

... Przerażenie, strach i rozpopacz ogarnęły mnie w jednej chwili- dopiero co dotarłam do tego odległego kraju a już straciłam i pieniądze i drogę do celu. Gdyby nie ukazał mi się napis Tourist Office nie wiem, co bym dalej zrobiła. Weszłam do ów informacji turystycznej, powiedziałam co mi się przydarzyło, a tam...czekała na mnie miła ...

Lombok

A travel blog entry by rerunkb on Mar 08, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... knew everyone we came into contact with! We had a private guide take us on a hike through the forest to two waterfalls. We were crossing streams and bridges and it was a decent workout. Ha! The jungles was so pretty looking. Mount rinjani is closed right now for the rainy season. We had lunch back at the drop off and then rode to our hotel. It was a good vibe driving through small villages, drinking a beer, listening to music, ...

Flight to Jakarta

A travel blog entry by govanteam on Dec 03, 2014

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The last leg of this part of the journey was nine hours and only three movies as I did try to catch up on some sleep. This plane had even more empty seats, not sure how this airline stays in business, oh yeah, it is owned by Qatar.

I was on the wrong side of the plane to observe all the oil rich kingdom business centers. Flying over India I was expecting to see more populous cities, instead it was mostly ...

Epic travel

A travel blog entry by ali_bkk on Jul 11, 2014

Today we began 2 days of travel. Today's leg was a 9 hour train journey from Yogyakarta to Jakarta. The train was relatively comfy and had a relatively clean toilet. Each carriage appeared to have a designated cleaner for the whole journey. Possibly the most exciting moment was when a lady brought around a food menu and we could order a meal to be brought to is later on in the journey! ...

Old Batavia

A travel blog entry by bronwyn.donovan on Feb 04, 2014

18 photos

... then stretched out tightly and allowed to dry in doors for yet another few months. After this process, the outline of the puppet is drawn on to the skin. Aldy’s 75-year-old father then carves the skin using 30 different sized metal chisels and a wooden hammer. The puppets take around two weeks to carve and the colours go on individually taking a further day to dry for each separate colour. Aldy told me that if his father makes a single mistake while carving or colouring he ...

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