Hotel Indonesia Kempinski
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
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... at greater length. I think there must be some really magical beaches to be found here, it's untouched and the sand is powdery white and the coconut palms are ancient, the culture is also very old, but sadly I didn't get to find out much about that either. We arrived at the tiny airport with plenty of time and checked in. The flight time to Ambon was 1 hour 20 minutes. We knew that we only had 30 minutes on arrival before our flight to Jakarta was due to leave. So when ...
... Town is where the Wayang and a number of other Museums are around the square. It famous for old Dutch architecture and what is considered "Amsterdam"and now to get a taxi. Taxis are not the easiest things to find or call in. There were plenty of Becaks but soon took off on a Blue Bird cab. That cab to get there cost about 2.50$ cdn. Very cheap. Originally we thought was 25$ because we were getting use to the currency and I was sitting in the back seat to notice or care too much. ...
... because we love ambiance and are vegetarian so cheap street vendors are not always our preferred choice and also because we like to sleep in comfortable beds, have hot showers and windows in our hotel/hostel rooms, which is not the cheapest option either. We are not traveling like it's our second honeymoon but we are not on the shoestring budget we originally had hoped we could dedicate our selfs to either. I digress. Anyway, we walk everywhere. Jakarta is not a ...
... with promises of Red Velvet Cupcakes from Alice and I, we gave our thanks and went to buy our transport tickets for Jakarta. That was a piece of cake, then we got some food and ate outside waiting for the transport.
The journey to Jakarta was comfortable but uneventful. There was one Indonesian girl in the back seat behind me, and then 4 Spanish guys wearing Chinos and Batik (LOLZ) in the van, and we made it there in 2 hours (9pm ish for those who want to know).