Jakarta Airport Hotel
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... track surrounded by pictures of plants), and a Hello Kitty breastfeeding room. Oh Asia, how we have missed you.
We were met in Jakarta and whisked back to what I lovingly call “The Compound.” Chad lives in one of the nicest self-contained, high-security residences in Jakarta: 5 towers of apartments, a private elevator, intense security, and a self-contained mini-city containing everything you would ever need to never have to leave: ...
... was across this 'street' that ran in front of the monument. We went down and tickets were only 15,000 per person to visit the monument and go up to the top of it. My ticket was only 8,000 because that was the price for 'students' and I showed the guy my UK college ID and apparently he told Laila I was too old. She convinced him otherwise and he reluctantly gave me ticket. Laila then went on to show me 'college girls' which were really high school girls in ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of bus rides: 19
# of taxis: 2
# of trains: 145
# of flights: 10
# of ferries: 3
Finally arrived to Indonesia!! Landed from Kuala Lumpur after long hours of waiting in the airport, I am finally here. One month of traveling solo. My first trip all by myself. I had no plans, no bookings, no tickets, anything. My idea was that from there, my journey would come into form. Honestly, I was excited about the idea, but also a little bit scared. Going to a totally different country, with cultures unknown to me and an ...
... nets laying about, wrapped cargo bags being hoisted by the crane, there were bags and boxes wrapped with a strop, there was some poor blokes flat screen TV almost bent double by the strop, they didn’t seem to bothered by the way anything that was hoisted aboard (or who was underneath the load) there must have been 5-6 people in charge of the crane, they were all giving directions to the crane driver
There were lots of locals on board all selling water, food, toys all kinds of ...