Grand Sahid Jaya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... in Jakarta was a mess. We tried to get a hotel and it was closed. then tried to get on an early flight and no one could help us. then tried to just go check in for our already booked flight the night before but not luck. At this point we could sit out in 90 degrees all night or find a hotel. we were looking at about 3 hours of sleep so we grabbed a cab which didn't have a working trunk and our bags were almost flying out to A ...
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I went for a run around the community which I will introduce you to in pictures. This first set of pictures below show the house where I am staying. The following pictures show some of the animals and fruit growing in the neighbourhood.
Breakfast of watermelon, vegetable pork soup and wedding cake (heck it is supper time in Halifax). Jakarta is a contrast where ever you look. There as some huge homes ...
I have been a bit lazy with updating this in the last couple of weeks, so here we go a 17 day round up. Work at the Now! Jakarta office has been going well, final proof reading and corrections of the magazine have been the main focus as well as beginning to plan for the December issue. For the December issue, I have been placed in charge of our two charity focused articles. One based on hotels and restaurants who sponsor the magazine donating Christmas food of ...
Day 11: Arrived in Jakarta, Java around 7pm. After figuring our how to actually buy our visas, we got a taxi to Six Degrees hostel. By far the nicest hostel we have stayed in to date. Bit of a shame we were only there for one night. Day 12: We got a taxi at 6am back to the airport for our flight to Yogyakarta for a day of ...
... superhero. This Indonesia man then proceeded to tell me it had taken his uncle and him two months to carve each 3-meter tall puppet. He carved the heads and made the clothes and his Uncle carved the bodies. I was amazed yet again at the creative talent these people have. I complement the man, took a few photos and was on my down the corridor. I stopped to look in each glass window display trying to work out what the badly translated English boards were trying to say. Whilst looking at ...