Aston Marina Hotel & Residence
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I'm now at the Jakarta airport (Indonesia) waiting to catch my flight to Malaysia. Need to do what's called a "Visa Run" and head out of the country for a bit to comply with travel policies. I'll be returning in 2 weeks for one last hurrah to score more perfect waves but in the meantime, I'm going to get after it with some good eating. I hear Malaysia doesn't disappoint!! Actually, I keep getting interrupted by Vi as I am ...
... chance to live in London where the healthcare is free. My phone was dead and couldn't call my sister, but God saved me as I still had my iPad so I knew where he was going. I stopped right outside our house and gave him extra tip for taking me home, thank God I got home safely. I then realised that when I came home I left my phone in the taxi so I informed my uncle, who phoned Blue Bird. Hopefully it would arrive ...
... right in the middle of nowhere and had a strange isolated feeling about it. Anyway tucking into our dinner at night trying not to get hit by the thousands of moths and flying creatures, was a task in its self. There was literally bugs everywhere, even ones that could fly under the gap of the bedroom door. And when you splatted them their was bugs to carry the other dead bugs bodies away. Crazy!
This was our third early get up, we were supposed to see ...
... house styles. They were also old and rickety, the chains kept falling off and the steering only worked n one side, they were great fun though. While in the park we visited a science museum. It was very much for school children and all in Indonesian. We still had fun trying the various exhibits pressing buttons to see what happens. We also got to fire water rockets using a pump to bulls pressure after watching a science demonstration by some eager employees. It was ...
... Shelley, by the way, slept like a log. She didn’t even hear the call to prayer, which was quite loud.
We had a quick breakfast provided by the hotel Paragon and then met up with Janet, who stayed at a friend’s house. From there we got a taxi to Old Town or Kota, which is the oldest part of Jakarta. Huge Dutch presence as they occupied the area. We wandered around the square and Shelley was at once accosted by a group of young school girls who wanted ...