Hotel Indonesia Kempinski
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Dev and I had a few business meetings in Jakarta. So we flew out of Bali on Garuda air to Jakarta. I used to fly Garuda 15 years ago from Jakarta to Balikpapan on business and it was ranked at that time one of the worst air lines and most dangerous in the world. I had a false landing one time coming back to Jakarta in a storm (was really scary). …
... is a well known puppet museum and the entrance fee was 5000IRD or 50 cents Canadian. Once inside we watched a puppet show and were given a tour of the museum by the 26th descendant of the original puppet maker. He spoke English well and was very charming…all a ruse to get us to buy a puppet or two, which worked, of course. I bought a pair of beautiful puppets, the Indonesian version of Romeo and Juliet, and Janet bought the flat version of the Tree of/Life. I hope they ...
... for dutch influence that was more neutral in its phrasing, despite the strong feelings the colonization evoke even today.
The museum even had a weekend crafts fair, but I am not one for that kind of thing, so I moved on. It did have a big statue memorializing the tsunami victims- haunting in its size, and of the gigantic whirlpool swallowing people up.
I made my way back to the hotel through the central park and monument, bought ...
The eighth flight of my trip took me from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta, on
the western shoulder of Java. Once again, I was travelling further
from home than ever before and across the equator for the very first
time. Awaiting me was the thick heat of winter in the fourth most populous
country on earth, spread across an archipelago of more than 17,000
islands linking Malaysia to Australia. Just as on every flight I have
taken in Southeast Asia, I ...
... city to the other, and we were able to enjoy quite a few sights as we sped along. Traffic is incredible in Jakarta.
Our hotel was down a side street but very close to all amenities and we enjoyed a really nice meal at a well-attended restaurant we found.
We had a spot of trouble at our hotel, which we had chosen because it offered transfer to the airport. After digging our heels in, the manager agreed that his ...