Grand Cemara Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Well this certainly did not seem like Christmas Day. Just another day over here as the malls are all open. Everyone is either eating, shopping or working. Eating is a national past time. I did my regular run, workout and swim, first time I have done that on Christmas Day. Everyone went Malling, a newly adopted term. Probably find it in next year's Oxford Dictionary. Later it was more shopping and eating, please not again. The rest of the ...
... 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 ...
... fruit juice. Yum.
Dinner was going to be at a Thai place but when we showed up it was closed. So we went to an Indonesian food place next door. The food was so good and so spicy. John loves the spicy food and probably would have even liked it more spicy. I got a vegetable dish with peanut sauce and cashews that came with these interesting crispy chip like things on the side. John got a coconut curry-ish soup and a traditional rice dish that had seafood in it. We ...
Sam and I have made our way to Yogyakarta which is the central region of the Java island. The city is located a bit inland from the water but it is beautiful nonetheless. The guide book described the city as the Javanese cultural hub. We made our travel with a new friend Dimitri from Latvia in Eastern Europe. We stayed in a ok hotel but didn't ...
Jakarta is a happening place and a massive, massive city.
While not as big as some of the monolithically and mindbendingly huge cities that I have been to, like Beijing and Shanghai (which, when added together would have about as many people as my home country), it still is a very large place, supporting over 10 million people.
I had my first big problem with an airport taxi after I had landed, as there are two hotels with very similar names ...