Arion Swiss-Belhotel Kemang Jakarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... back to Jakarta to be examined and it turned out the beast is the largest lizard of the Monitor family. It flicks a forked tongue at its prey but doesn't really spit fire.
Of course there is a second version of the history. Famed naturalist Alfred Wallace wrote of the dragons in 1869...but it was an American pilot who flew at low altitude over Komodo and became the first Westerner to see the dragons. And it was not until ...
... local cuisine who had joined in with the festival displaying artwork and giving you the chance to create your own. We played snakes and ladders on a make shift board, had lovely food and I designed my own 100,000 Rupiah note before moving on further in to the festival. There was live music outside the main building which was under renovation but as we entered the square the requests for pictures came flooding in again so after a couple we left. The final destination was also ...
... surfers said it was hard going to build up any speed or to get into the waiting positions they wanted. So for the rest of the morning my boarded served very well as a sun lounger.
George dropped me off at the airport and it was back to the horrors of Lion Air and a two hour delay. Nonetheless I made it back in one piece after a truly incredible weekend.
My experience, as I adapt to my surroundings keeps getting better and better, I cannot wait to see what the next two weeks ...
... from the ferry organised us a transfer to the bus station for 2,000 each where bought 2 tickets to Medan (with the same company again - Sejahtera). However, it costs 32,000 each in the opposite direction. The bus (a little fancier than last time) appeared within a couple of minutes and we set off for Medan and our flight to Jakarta. The bus was just as hot and smokey as on the way to Parapat but we both got a nap to compensate for our early ...
Jakarta is a **** hole of close quartered slums, refuse and human iniquity where prostitutes flaunt their trade in the open and men search hungrily for both food and sexual nourishment. Smog hangs thickly in the air clinging to your lungs like a jacket of tar - I suppose that's why the city is called Jakarta. Jakarta stinks, as well, from the mixture of open stagnant sewers, fragrant outdoor cooking stalls and the piles of rubbish that line and spill out onto the ...