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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We flew out of Jakarta at 1530 with Valuair on a $50 flight. An hour and a half later we were in a completely different world. When we stepped off that plane it was almost as though we were back in Canada again. Civilization, modern utilities, a diverse culture of people and less people staring at us. I feel bad writing it out as it makes me ...
... the truck an SUV went blowing by and the wake from the truck took off my sandal. Dammit. So I try to find some when we get to the store... Except that everyone else was too. By the time we got our supplies and headed back out we found out that the shuttle that runs from the apartments to the store was running so we were brought back completely dry. Yay.
My neighborhood drained pretty quickly. By day three there was only water along the curb about eight inches wide and ...
... a bulai (white person). Instead, Kyle just described it to me.
The street is lined with food stalls and people calling out to buy some meat. The snakes are in cages of chicken wire or in boxes, hissing and going nuts at being confined to such a polluted and traffic-ridden street where they're going to be cooked. Kyle wished he had taken a picture, but alas!
Kyle had prepared in advance and had researched on the Internet where ...
... her arm. The locals told us to move to the other side of the train as the platform would be on that side, so we did. The doors opened and I went to get off to find there was no platform, but just a 5ft drop to the track. A local said 'jump' to which I replied 'are you serious?!?' Well, I wasn't going to jump that in flip flops, as I am sure my insurance doesn't cover that and I am clumsy. So two stops later we leave ...