Ibis Budget Jakarta Cikini
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Jakarta – the capital of Indonesia and its largest city. What can I say about it? On one hand it's a real **** hole. Its dirty, it has the worst traffic I’ve ever seen, the air is smoggy, it’s over crowded, very few people speak English, it’s more expensive than Bali or Jogja, and the people seem very gritty – seemingly living hard lives in this dusty city. On the other hand it has great Chinese food (dim sum anybody?), the people ...
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... with it and spend another 34 pounds for the accommodation. I spent the afternoon messaging people at home for some moral support, resting in bed and watching TV as I was exhausted and loving my big bathroom and luxurious shower. For dinner I headed to the airport mall and bought myself a Nandos to cheer myself up. I ate my dinner in bed just to enjoy the moment that bit more! It was delicious! And I really did feel lots better by the evening. I think it's safe to say I saved the ...
... style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of times we did laundry: 6
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 28 (Indonesian - Kupu-Kupu)
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: Jakarta sights
... hours and Dave got to try out his new mask and snorkel.
After sunset, we needed to grab some food quickly and try and get an early night. We asked Indra where to go and he directed us to the market. We wondered down the street but couldn't see any sign of good food so we walked further. Before we knew it we were in a little shanty town and all the children were following Dave shouting 'Mister mister, money money money!!!!!'. I suggested turning back, but we ...