Grand Sahid Jaya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... or possibly my head rising high above the seats) and offered us a seat elsewhere on the plane after take off. Thankful we stayed put waiting for her to return...but she didn't. Not wanting to cause a fuss we agreed to knuckle down for the hour and played cards to pass the time. It was only after an hour and a half we realised that Indonesia is an hour behind Malaysia so the flight would actually be two hours! Combine this with landing queues at Jakarta and about two and a half ...
... It was a great fun evening, I met some very interesting people and got very sore feet from new high heels! I also experienced my first Jakartan leech in the form of an Mancunian expat and his married brother. Despite being politely disinterested they would not leave me alone to the extent I had to tell him I was engaged (sorry Ross...) but still they would not leave me alone and insisted then it was my fault for not telling them earlier that I was taken. ...
... to squeeze into a free seat before the other woman had even fully left it! They must have a sixth sense here. I'm used to London's tubes... but here is on another level. When push comes to shove, the local's gunna get that treasured free seat. Best get practising my ninja moves for my next round of musical chairs... NEXT UP: Another sh**hole, another story.... but we do venture out of Medan into the Sumatran Rainforest to see Orangutans and MORE! Our last stop in Indonesia ...
... good snacks we hadn't seen or heard of before! We're staying at Ezta's house this weekend, the lady we met in Lombok and stayed with for a few nights. We had to get a taxi to Ezta's office, which took ages because the traffic in Jakarta is really bad and as always the taxi driver didn't really know where he was going... What a surprise! Ezta then drove us back to her house, which is located in a really nice area of Jakarta. She shares a ...
... 9 am on Monday. If you use ATM, no worries.
Our first morning in Jakarta took us on a full-day tour of Jakarta, the capital and largest city of Indonesia. Originally a trading port of the Kingdom of Sunday in the fourth century, Jakarta caught the attention of the Dutch and became their colonial capital, known as Batavia, during the 17th and 18th centuries,when Jakarta re-emerged as the symbol of both the nation's freedom ...