Aston Marina Hotel & Residence
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... at the ship with an hour or more before last call to board. We were so hot that we immediately sought relief in the form of ice cream. Then we immediately did our laundry!
Jakarta is the home for many of the crew. It was very emotional watching the staff say good bye to their spouses and children. The families had spent the day on board touring the ship, enjoying lunch and playing with their parents. It was a bittersweet sail away. ...
My uncle and aunt invited me to go to a Batik Convention Centre. My aunt loves batik so I agreed. I felt bad as I didn't fast that day and told them I did, so I starved myself until break time. Anyway, the show was fabulous, situated in Plaza Senayan. There were batiks made for all types of objects from outfits, table cloths, jewellery and traditional Indonesian puppets. There were also silver jewellery which I think you could find in London. I also ...
After traveling the world with 40 fellow Harvard grads, the official part of the Asia trek is now over. Lucky for me, I still have a quick trip to Hong Kong to look forward to. The journey exceeded my expectations and I learned more than I could have ever imagined. I will return to the US with dozens of new friends and a fresh interest in the developments of Asia.
Our trek's final official destination was Jakarta, the modern capital ...
... before long we are on our way. Traffic what traffic! And the rain has stopped this is really good. Or did we speak to soon......... We thought it was raining elephants and whales before, but that was just Mother Nature warming up for the main event. If anyone can think of a better way to describe rain then elephants and whales please feel free, but now we also have thunder and lightning. And now the famous Jakarta traffic is also starting to build, but still we ...
... ever possibly imagine of buying. Melissa and I both purchased a Batik cloth. The Dutch guy explained that the Batik process was where they made designs on the fabric with wax and then soaked the cloth in different colours of paint. Everything becomes dyed except where the wax was which leaves the designs all in white. After wandering around a bit more trying to see if we could find some mangosteens to purchase, we said our goodbyes and headed back so we could go catch our bus. We ...