InterContinental Jakarta MidPlaza
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... we are asked not to say Merry Christmas but Happy Holidays. Here in Indonesia where the population is 90% Muslim (believe it is also the largest Muslim country in the world) there are Christmas signs everywhere. Xmas trees (not real) forty feet high, decorations, carols being sung, in restaurants everyone is wearing Xmas tooks, yet in Canada … time to get off the soap box.
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... the forest, their housing complex is surrounded by green land and plantations. They have a stunning pool, enormous open plan dining room and a vast upstairs living room and huge wrap around balconies and terraces on each floor. After lunch, Nadira dressed me up (see photo) and they took me to a Diwali festival celebration (Hindu festival of lights), unfortunately the festival was a massive let down and did not live up to the promises of it being inside and ...
We flew for 2 hours from Salt Lake City to LAX, followed by a 6.5-hour layover. Then a 13-hour flight to Taipei followed by a 4-hour layover. Then a 5-hour flight to Jakarta. All told the trip was about 30 hours door-to-door and during that time Henri cried for exactly 10 seconds. No more, no less. We had strangers come to praise him as the "best baby on a flight they'd ever seen." This boy was made for travel. That isn’t to say that we got much sleep, ...
... couldn’t help but stare in wonder at them. I heard my name being called shortly after getting upstairs and Aldy was at my side again. He had decided to take me on a private tour of the rest of museum and then take me to his father’s workshop to show me how the puppets were made. Aldy pointed out some puppets that he said were over 150 years old, which his grandfather had made. He told me they had not been repair or recoloured, they were the original puppets. This in ...