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... was easy to print our pre-bought tickets. The station even had a Starbucks. We bought coffees and toasties for a quarter of the price of English Starbucks. I'm never paying £3.30 for an iced coffee again when you can get it for less than £1 in Jakarta! We booked Eksekutif (executive) class on an express train and got big seats with loads of leg room and the train left bang on time. A very good service and at £15 each for a 7 hour journey, it wasn't bad at all. On ...
... and later imported to and built in Indonesia. The ride looks noisy, smelly (car and bus fumes), bumpy, harrowing, and perhaps a grand adventure.
Finally destination #1 is reached..
Pasa Baru.. up into a nondescript building housing mini stalls/ shops with all that glitters.. Gold , that is.. Indian 24 carat yellow and white gold.. in cases like costume jewellery but with prices to make the bank ring to approve your transaction.. ...
From Jakarta to Cilegon
Bus Name : Prima Jasa
Aircon : Yes
Route : Jakarta - Merak via tol road
Ticket : IDR 17,000 / pax
Bus Terminal : Kampung Rambutan, East Jakarta
Schedule : there is no exact schedule, there are many Prima Jasa ...
After a short 90 minute flight we breezed through immigration, and hit the ATM. After seeming quite poor in the posh cities we'd visited in the past fortnight, we once again became instant millionaires. A cool 3 Million withdrew and my wallet was struggling to close. Not letting the high life go to our heads, we took the bus to the city and walked the half mile to the backpacker strip. Feeling decidedly **** after not seeing a bed for several days we opted for what ...
... nets laying about, wrapped cargo bags being hoisted by the crane, there were bags and boxes wrapped with a strop, there was some poor blokes flat screen TV almost bent double by the strop, they didn’t seem to bothered by the way anything that was hoisted aboard (or who was underneath the load) there must have been 5-6 people in charge of the crane, they were all giving directions to the crane driver
There were lots of locals on board all selling water, food, toys all kinds of ...