Aston Marina Hotel & Residence
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... After 4 days there, most of us continued on for a much-needed vacation in Bali. While Jakarta was not my favorite city, I learned a lot and even got to meet the President!
The first thing you should know is that Indonesia is huge. Here are some facts that I found interesting:
- Indonesia is the 4th most populous nation in the world (Population: 238 million people)
- The country is a group of over ...
... monument in the city center dedicated to the spirit of the Indonesia people. This large tower lies in the center of what could be described as a park. In typical style the place was a hustle and bustle with vendors selling food, drinks, key rings resembling the Monas, t-shirts and almost everything in between. Locals can be seen sleeping on chairs, amongst the trees or generally just on the path by their stores. Honestly I question how they do it, it looks so uncomfortable and ...
... and chicken" place outside and go through bag checks and check in. Bird silently wheels up to us on a segway and asks us if we need any help. I almost reply, yeah some weird bird just scared the **** out of me, go give her a kicking. No humour in airports Cam....no humour in airports.... All the Indonesian food places look amazing but the western food still looks a little ropey...especially the burgers. We try two places, neither are burgerinspirationalheaven. We get some anyway. I order ...
... incredible and the service excellent. Even so we decided to go into town for dinner and we ended up in 'Dago Panyawangan'. We left the ordering to the locals of course and their choices were excellent.
Two more of my ex-colleagues arrived late all the way from Jakarta, braving the Friday evening traffic exodus just to join us.
Tomorrow we get our first close up look at a volcano!
... for dutch influence that was more neutral in its phrasing, despite the strong feelings the colonization evoke even today.
The museum even had a weekend crafts fair, but I am not one for that kind of thing, so I moved on. It did have a big statue memorializing the tsunami victims- haunting in its size, and of the gigantic whirlpool swallowing people up.
I made my way back to the hotel through the central park and monument, bought ...