Hotel Aryaduta Semanggi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... for food. No one understood vege which was a massive struggle and we ate really ate. Went out to a few bars but everywhere was dead and spent an hour in a taxi just driving round finding places. Such a waste but whatever. Came back and watched Man U game with Karum and then planned next few days. Again slept super late and had to wake up ...
... 263;. Doszłam wiec do wniosku, ze zwiedzanie pozostawiam na jutro, a dziś udam sie na odpoczynek do hotelu. Jadąc z lotniska obserwowałam jednak to, co dzieje się na ulicach...Po pierwsze: nigdy nie odważyłabym się tu prowadzić auta. Na drogach nie ma pasów ruchu (oczywiście w tym samym kierunku- droga, która w Polsce miałaby wydzielone 2-3 pasy tu ...
... aimlessly around the depot until being told the next bus was hidden behind some trees.
The bus was crounded and it doesn't even wait for the doors to close before the driver speeds off. Ian went flying and made quite a scene so that everyone could spot who the tourists were.
We found our place down some rundown side street but it actually turned out to be very well kept inside with the added bonus of aircon! Oh ...
... in an airport again! This time we could book a flight online for Yogyakarta. The ticket was cheap and the hour convenient (12h30) so we are now waiting to board.
So far Indonesia has delivered more in the test-your-patience area than the oh-my-gosh-this-is amazing area but we stay calm and keep smiling, because there is no point in getting depressed about it. Better days are to come and I think it is important to see that too. Let’s see what the west has to ...
... than anything the slow moving traffic could have thrown at us. Big sheets of metal, which are supposed to constitute the floor are rocking about and revealing the iron girders they're supposed to be attached to and the road below. Some local decides to get overly heavy footed when passing me and starts stamping, so I call him a ****. He doesnt appear to know what the word means but can tell by my demeanour that I am not impressed with his antics The area directly ...