Hotel Indonesia Kempinski
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
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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). …
... out of the car and onto our speed boat; not quite the yacht from Dubai but not too shabby either. The journey across was a bit bumpy which Cat didn't enjoy very much and she felt unwell a couple of times despite the travel sickness pills! We arrived after about 1.5 hours at the collection of islands which Krakatoa made when it erupted in 1883. We slowed to go past these and take some pictures. Old Krakatoa really is very impressive and giant, and you can still see ...
... Functional! We set down our belongings and before long we need to venture out again in order to get something to eat. After weeks of noodles and chicken, noodles and beef, noodles and pork, chicken and rice, pork and rice, beef and rice I need something western and decadent; what better than the golden arches of McDonald's? For the past few days now I've craved it and i'm not sure why as I'm not a McDonald's junkie but for some reason I need to get my Mac attack ...
... with crystal clear water. It was tepid and there was only one other person there. Spent a happy couple of hours alternating between reading my book and cooling off in the water.A hard life!
After streaming the Brownlow count up to half way we set out to walk to a seafood restaurant Fletcher knew. It was pleasant strolling through the park with the brightly lit buildings illuminating the night sky. The Fuho ...
... background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.917969); ">Sony wanted to take me to one of Manis stores so we headed to Grand Plaza mall. Sony and Mani had also talked about a coffee called Kopi Luwak. It's the most expensive coffee you can buy - it's found in Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi Indonesia. (note, I didn't know Java was Indonesian) a monkey/cat in the jungle can only eat the ripest cherries which it digests and fills with nutrients in the process and it poops ...