The Imperium International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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14th December 2014 We both found it pretty easy to get out of bed the next morning and headed for Gambir Station, the place where our Jakarta jaunt had began. Aforementioned in the previous blog, travel advice always suggests getting a ticket in advance for train journeys in Indonesia - especially on weekends. Fortunately it appeared not that many people wanted tickets for first thing on a Sunday morning and we were able to book on fine. The train was on time which ...
... Jakarta doesn't have much to offer; the city has grid lock traffic and, as we read on many forums, it's quite an uneventful and 'not happening' place to be. Nonetheless, we managed to recover from our jet lag and practice our poker skills.
Although lunch was at a super busy Indonesian restaurant, bland steamed rice with skinny chicken wings didn't seem to tickle our taste buds. So for dinner we turned to tripadvisor and went to the no.1 restaurant ...
... to do. An option was to get back to Bandung and stay the night and leave early morning at 4am. It was a Sunday on the morrow anyway; so there was no harm in staying. But another USD 100 for a night? Come on!! I decided to go for it and head back to Jakarta! I have two 10W HID lamps fitted on the guard rails in the front apart from the 220’s already impressive headlight. So visibility was no issue. The worry was only that I had been on the bike for best part of 8 ...
... and special food made up of animal livers. All of this cost me 177,500 rupiah ($17.75). I still needed to go to the pharmacy to pick up a powdered version of the antihistemine (sp?) and that took 40min but only cost me 37,500 rupiah (3.75$).
With the doctor's instructions, Kyle and I have administered her medicine every morning when we get up and every evening when we get home from school. It took us 30min the first morning, but we're getting better. Now that she's ...
... the valleys and at the bottom of the ravines...I feel like the majority of that water goes there.
In the end, we got back home and it was an enjoyable day. When the sun came back out after the rain it heated up so quickly and it was like breathing steam outside. So even though the rain clears the air and the skies of the smog and haze, the trade off is an intense balmy heat as the sun heats up the moisture around you.
Always interesting in Indo-land.