Ibis Jakarta Mangga Dua Hotel
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... 17,000 islands
Currency ~ the Indonesian Rupiah IDR
£1 = 19,611 IDR
Population ~ 252,164,800 (all islands)
Capital City ~ Jakarta
Official languages: Indonesian
... back from lunch. On the social front, on Thursday 16th Alistair and I attended a high society fundraising concert for UNICEF, that was attended by the Vice-President of Indonesia along with many ambassadors who I met. In particular, the Danish ambassador who was sat next to Alistair and me. After the concert Alistair and I went for dinner at Lowey, a local expats favorite. Imagine a London restaurant with a distressed decor atmosphere, but open sided ...
After leaving the tropical paradise on Tonsai Beach we made our way via Krabi and Singapur to the city of Jakarta.
Our Lonely Planet advertises Jakarta with: "First impressions of Jakarta are not good" .. well second and third impressions are even worse ;-)
smog is so tense that you can barley see the top of most tall buildings, not speaking of the thing called ...
... from a beautiful nation city to one of the busiest cities in the world was more shocking and intimidating than I thought. Jakarta is a great big city that goes by its own rules and etiquette, typical of Indonesia. For those who forgot, the current US president lived in Jakarta during his first to third grade. I can say now that this city in particular is a good candidate for getting some foreign policy experience. I say this because there are so many differences to ...
... Funnily enough we pulled in right alongside each other at Batavia. They walked around the touristey places and Kyle got me a really neat wooden mask and a coconut purse, along with jewelry (Hooray!)
Saturday evening we went to this hotel that was having Oktoberfest....in September...in Indonesia. They had Austrian yoddlers performing with a guitar and an accordion that eventually turned into electric guitar and keyboard, complete with fog machine and laser lights. They ...