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... Indonesia but the place we are lucky enough to be staying at feels just like a resort. The thought of having to travel again just for a few hours on the beach when it might just rain the whole time did not sound appealing enough to us in the end.
I got bored fairly quickly with the planning and started to bug Johnny to go to the pool. He wrapped up his application and we set out on the five minute walk to the community pool. At first we thought we were lost but ...
... mixing chemicals and setting fire to things. They went long with the humour of us being adults reliving a bit of youth, I do not think we caused any offence. Next we went to the reptile house, it was on the top of our list of places and we only had an hour until the park closed. We were keen to go there to see a Komodo Dragon, not everyone went to the Singapore Zoo, where there was one. Talking about the zoo at Singapore a well designed and animal conscious environment that ...
... aren't huge). We also had to take out enough money for the next few days, including the 4.5 million for our Krakatoa trip tomorrow. Our last piece of admin for the day was to go to Gambir Station to buy onwards train tickets to Yogyakarta. The queue for this was massive though so we left to visit the main square and National Monument. The square was very busy and people were constantly calling to us or asking us for photos. The national monument was ...
... to eat great Indian food downtown.
Had the greatest breakfast ever at the hotel, they had everything in the buffet. An own egg station, they make the eggs exactly like you want them. Binna also got a cake from the hotel for her birthday, really nice service :)
Got shoes from Victor, and we went out to eat at a fancy restaurant. Had real tenderloin this time, not the chewy stuff they sometimes call ...
... where. The attached picture is only ONE of the open areas and there are still 2-3 levels I couldn't fit at the bottom of the photo... Just so you have an idea what I, the non-shopper, am dealing with.
Also, these are only the big malls. There are also local malls that have metal, roll away doors like storage units that keep all their products. The shop owners will come in, roll up their door, and start to take over the area in front of their door into the aisles. ...
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Setiabudi, Jakarta | Hostelfrom $11