Amaris Hotel Panglima Polim
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... room was on a very high floor, and the view was pretty good looking out over Jakarta. The facilities in the room were really luxurious, and the although the bathroom door was a type that didn't give enough privacy, we had shared a room for long enough now to be able to not worry about these things. We headed almost immediately down the pool. She joked that I should use the children's pool. Hahaha .. yeah, learning swimming is something that is on a very high ...
... arrangement that works well.
Many of these have a spare room (or three) and they decorate and finish them nicely for guests to stay in. The place we wanted to stay (based on some impressive reviews) was full but their recommendation for alternatives close by looked nice too so we opted for an unnamed but very pretty homestay over the road.
The door to our room was a work of art- huge slabs of ornately carved wood finished in thick varnish with large round handles ...
... this, they know they're up to mischief.
When Gundur had eaten enough he ascended up into the trees like a ninja and out of view. Looking at him on the ground you wouldn't think he's capable of doing much climbing. He's a massive chunky fella, Sabrie reckons he's about 16 stone. Not exactly nimble, but there he was swinging about like an acrobat. He must have some strength in those arms to lift that huge frame. Once Gundur was out of the way, the other ...
Jakarta was a real none-starter and we didn't expect that it would yield much excitement anyway so we weren’t disappointed. However we were happy to get out of there as quickly as possible!
The streets of Jakarta are probably the filthiest and most desolate I have ever seen, the canals are brimming with scum and litter which makes you heave and gag in protest of the horrific smell that lingers around. So many of the ...
We awoke from a lay-in to go in search of breakfast. The effects of our sleep clearly hadn't worn off as we managed to leave without paying, and hadn't even realised until we were packing our bags and checking out of the homestay. The staff didn't seem even slightly concerned when we returned with an apology and a handful of rupiah, and we were soon on our way to the National Monument.
The monument is a tall spire ...