Hotel Ciputra Jakarta
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... in the world, so we decided to take advantage before leaving the country. Jakarta is one of the only cities in the world to offer a free city sightseeing bus. We decided to take advantage of this system to get back to the hotel, it was a slightly convoluted journey, which was to be expected, but we got to within walking distance of our hotel for free! Once we'd collected our bags we made our way to the train station to get catch a... bus. Unfortunately there are no ...
... was much worse to come. The next patch of road through the village to access the beach, was basically just bumps. I don't think they had even attempted to make a road, and we were basically just driving through the space between houses. So, after jumping around on the bike for ten minutes, we finally arrived at this "beautiful" beach. It was a dud. A total dud! Thank you Lonely Planet. But we decided that at least it had been an adventure to get there. Finally, ...
... flew to Thailand! They spent a few days there before heading to Koh Tao.
So we had a few days left in Jakarta on our own. Nothing eventful really we just had to kill some time before flying to Singapore as it was cheaper to kill time in Jakarta. Our hotel was only costing us £13 a night here in Jakarta. You would have to times that by 4 at least for Singapore.
We did find a large shopping centre which was almost all electronics. Each floor was something different - ...
... we could verify the sarong information with a decent wifi connection. We must be getting better at this scam spotting as traditional wear is not essential and sarongs are given to visitors to wear free of charge. We celebrated our Sherlock skills with a nice beef rending. The next day was a 3am wake up with an early start to the hill overlooking the biggest Buddhist temple in the world, Borobudur. Unfortunately there were too many clouds for sunrise, and a ...
So on Friday me and Anna got a train from Yogyakarta to Jakarta, which departed at 8.45 am (we got a Rickshaw to the train station, poor guy could barely move forwards with all our bags to carry as well ) and arrived in Jakarta at about 6pm... A very very long day on the train. We had some naps, listened to music and chatted to a lady from Jakarta who was sharing her Indonesian sweets with us we tried ...