Grand Cemara Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Smoking rooms available
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... is NEW and remarkably...HERE! And a great card from Lois and Larry...maybe put it up on FACEBOOK if that is possible. And one from the Captain.
So it was a lazy day...just up and down the stairs a few times...being 2 flights up to food and exercises and two flights down to food and entertainment you can do a good 20 flights in a day. We learned about Vietnam again today, next port. Missed the horse whisperers' talk ...
... we were able to feel our knees again. Upon landing in Indonesia we'd need to get a Visa - the first time in a while it had been necessary. Not really sure of the conversion rate between Sterling and Indonesian Rupiah the 870,000 we paid for our Visas could have been right or completely wrong - hopefully it would equate to 35$ each either way! Our plan was to get the Damri Bus to Gambir Station in the heart of Jakarta - getting the the terminal and buying the ticket took about ...
... Alistair invited me to join them and their friends for an afternoon of amateur dramatics.. I was slightly hesitant. But the promise of one of Jakarta's famous Sunday brunches at the Intercontinental Hotel lured me in. After some delicious roast beef, salad, roast potatoes and pudding we went along to the Jakarta players production of "It's Complicated" a series of 5 one act plays focused on the complicated nature of relationships. It wasn't quite the West End or Broadway, but ...
We found a new place to stay this morning, Nick's Corner Hostel (16 Jl Jaksa). It is a twin room with a separate bathroom in an old office building and isn't the nicest, but it costs 90,000 per night so we're happy to save the money! Again, however, the ceilings are too high to put up our mosquito nets but fingers crossed it won't be too bad. We had a large brunch at KL Village just across the street from Nick's (large as we had 2 courses each as ...
... It took us over an hour to get out of the airport - first line to buy a visa (a pure money grab), a second line for immigration which got really bogged down because you had to show proof of your exit airline flight which many people did not have handy, and a 3rd line to inspect our bags before leaving the baggage area! Then we had to negotiate our way through the porters and competing taxi services who all named ...