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... had to cancel out tour till later. I was pretty much laid up in the back seat of the van the whole way to kuta beach. We decided it might be a good idea to try to get on an earlier flight back to Jakarta but no luck and we sat at a random hotel for a few hours killing time till our flight. We hopped a shady lion air flight back to Jakarta. Traveling while sick was pretty misserable and I give chase credit for dealing with ...
... I have seen any television, no worse off for it either.
Below are some pictures of Jakarta from the condo we are staying at next. These shots are from the 35th floor. There are six residential towers, three swimming pools (I am sure one is Olympic size, feels that way when swimming lengths or should that be length), fitness and jogging areas plus an attached shopping mall ...
... atmosphere of almost continuous singing and cheering, as the crowd showed its appreciation for the Italian visitors. I even experienced a perfect reflection of Indonesian Islam, with the sight of a couple of fans in front of me, complete with backwards Arabic numerals on their shirts and a headscarf in the black and white colours of Juventus. I am not so sure that I would recommend Jakarta to other travellers but at least my adventure there ended on a high.
... to the spa for a massage. There was nothing else to do! Had one final, and bad, meal at the hotel (seriously, how does the Indonesian hotel mess up their Indonesian food so badly?!). Since the holiday was over I was advised to give myself two hours to get to the airport. It took 35 minutes. And the airport did not have air conditioning. So...that was fun!
Was starting to feel really good about my decision to schedule our Australia events at the end of the trip. First ...
... I shouldn't go out by myself. But like any well-seasoned traveller the need to explore out weight the fear and in a few minutes I was sitting in a silver bird taxi all ready to leave. Everything seemed great until I asked the driver to go to the museum and he looked at me puzzled. Typical that I choose the one place this driver doesn’t know. Luckily in my panicked state at the breakfast table I had taken a screen shot of the museum information, which included the address. ...
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