Hotel Gran Mahakam Jakarta
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... remember trying to figure out how to cross the street in front of the hotel with all the cars, buses, bikes and motorcycles. I think there were 5 streets than meet at the corner and I stood in our hotel room looking down, hearing the blaring music and taking videos of the traffic. Then we will track down an instant tailoring shop for silk shirts for Gary and perhaps a dress or two for Gill and Lisa.
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... have reached the English Channel. For three years, ash clouds circled the earth. Amazing power!
Not surprisingly, there was little left of Krakatoa. Three islands remained - Rakata, Panjang and Sertung, part of a big crater, most of it underwater. None of the islands are volcanos. Not much to visit, right?
Then in the late 1920s, in the middle of the crater, a new volcano started to rise from the sea, encircled by the surviving islands. They called it Anak ...
... took many pictures. The guides are equipped with only a long forked stick to keep the lizards away (no guns) and when the dragons would hiss and start walking, the guides would move us away for safety.
... attend the special Chinese new-year dinner at the hotel tomorrow night. I felt blessed to be given a give for the New Year as a random act of kindness and I am very much looking forward to attending my fully paid for meal tomorrow night and joining in with the festivities. It just goes to show how sometimes having no plans and being open the expectedness of life can be rewarding is so many different ways. So, here’s to many more ahead, starting ...
... quality. However , none of this mattered because we were now 16 hours away from home and all we wanted to do was sleep. A big surprise awaited on arrival at Jakarta. We were met by a kind, efficient member of airport staff before immigration and whisked through, past the long queues. He directed us to the luggage carousel while he dealt with our passports. This was just so welcome, after our long journey, and we felt like ...