Crowne Plaza Hotel Jakarta
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... guess ended not so innocently $80 later. With new clothes in hand it was time to pick up a Jay Co. donut and oreo frappe before jumping in the taxi and returning home before dad was back from work. Filling in time I went to change some money to rupiah or as I call it bongo bucks and then it was time for dinner. I know this must just sound like a foodies tour and it probably will become that. We went to the hotel across the road from ...
... morning and get a flight from Bangkok to Koh Samui the same day. This would still cost less than what I had originally expected to pay for a flight from Jakarta to Koh Samui. Janet had been waiting with our bags so I went back to her to report the latest news, and tried to convince her that going to Thailand would be better than going home. Especially as we don't have a home to go back to for another 4 weeks and going home would involve 3 flights where as Thailand only 2. ...
... this was particularly discomfiting. The big boys of the tobacco industry seem to have a field day here, with humungous ad space and really in-your-face ads ("don't say maybe..."). Shobs was cornered by some tourism board surveyors and spent a good 20 minutes talking to them, while I wandered around in 50mm bliss. We found out from the surveyors that the tourism tagline for Jakarta is 'Enjoy Jakarta' - a tagline neither Salju nor we had heard of - and even after knowing about ...
... trapped in a disappointingly pricey hostel for the night. In an attempt to decrease our team's financial losses, we made full use of the 'free toast for breakfast' deal, which provided us with a packed-lunch of jam sandwiches for our train journey the next morning. A little pinch of cheekiness went a long way for enhancing their flavour. ...
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 ...
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