Lumire Hotel & Convention Center
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... a large Chinese population and a variety of other peoples from around the world. The arts and cultural scene reflects this diversity and is one of the major draws for tourists to the city.
Old Jakarta, the city's historic core, is known as Kota Tua and is the focus of much of the tourism in the city. This area of 1.3 square kilometres within North and West Jakarta is ...
... district, the colonial area with expensive cocktails and school children interviewing tourists for English projects, to the smelly harbour, the grey waters twitching with mosquitos and God knows what else. Tomorrow morning we'll be adding another sunrise to our collection when we make our way to the airport for our flight to Singapore, where the water is safe to drink, chewing gum is strictly prohibited and the number one cause of being fined is crossing at the wrong place. Wish us ...
... about taufiks stories. Once we got to the hotel on seggigi beach we grabbed a bite and then hit a few bars. I even got up and sang karaoke with a band! Oasis and the Eagles. We met some nice German medical students at the next bar and planned to go to kuta beach with them the next day. However much to my dismay my bad luck with asia food poisoning came back around :-( I was puking and other things for several hours of the ...
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Off for a run and a friendly wave to the fellow walkers and runners. The cars, houses and streets are always being cleaned. The cars are spotless (I could learn a lesson here) even the tires and wheel well area.
As you may have noticed much of the food is deep fried, especially from the street vendors. Keeps the bacteria count down. Over a ...
... br> cute :) I first came to Jakarta partly because I wanted to see Indonesia’s
culture and local life, which would be new and exciting for me. But now I’m
here, the more impressive thing I’ve found is how warm the people in Jakarta
are, even though it’s such a big city. I have learned a lot from my colleagues,
students as well as the local people and I’m very glad that I made the choice
to come ...