Hotel Mega Anggrek
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mega Anggrek Jakarta
needed a room for 3 adults, mum dad and son.
Clean room and really comfy beds. Not right in town but near to transport.
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... immediately turned to what may be arriving on the plates in a few moments. Deep fried weasel chins? Roasted pelican toes? We could get away with cancelling lunch but it would have been pushing it to cancel dinner as well so we were prepared to take it on the chin.
I couldn't believe my luck. Fried chips! Not octopus chips or turtle chips, real proper fried potato chips with tomato ketchup! Ashleigh was happy as well, she got her favourite fruit, a nice bit of ...
... Why are you so giant? We are not the right height for Indonesia, hitting your head on a saucepan from the ceiling of a market is a classic example! But actually we didn't have an answer for this one! You have big feet no? Yes I do have big feet (Ant!) and actually I'm regularly told this back in England, so this question wasn't a surprise! Why No sunblock? Here white skin is seen as 'beautiful' and it is near impossible to ...
... the buildings and even the language.
Luckily amongst the chaos of Jakarta we did manage to find somewhere both cheap and unintimidating enough for us to stop for some lunch. It was our first real taste of Indonesian food and it didn’t disappoint! We basically had fried noodles and fried rice but the Indonesians have their own way of doing it and it was unlike anything I had tried before!
As we were keen to ...
... a combined wealth of about £6...). Luckily, this bought us dinner and some snacks for the train, so we collected our backpacks from Andito's and arrived at the station near penniless.
After a short wait on the platform Argo Lawu arrived, and we quickly decided that first class had been a good idea - there was oodles of legroom! We settled in for some reading and dozing as the train made the 512km journey east across ...
... in a jamjar. Must save on buying glasses, and it's a bit gimmicky. They are playing "Don't worry be happy". It's appropriate having just survived the major roads in the severe heat. (Where's my ******* thunderstorms? Weather app you suck my balls) We wander round the square looking at tat, avoiding the ice cream sellers ("es kreem" in Indonesian...funny....thought it was a menu typo for the first week), being interviewed by schoolkids and taking pictures of ...