Jakarta Airport Hotel
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Well, the second flight WAS painless, but my bad luck isn't quite over yet. After waiting an hour in line to get through customs, I finally made it downstairs to the baggage carousel. At this point there were only a few more suitcases from my flight that needed to be claimed, and as I watched each passing bag, a sense of doom and dread washed over me. Eventually the sign ...
Shattered from two nights of no sleep and way too much volcano excitement we decided to check into somewhere nice with a pool and spend the next day catching up on sleep in the sun, venturing out into Jogjakarta only for food. Refreshed and ready to explore, the following day we set out in search of the Kraton (palace). Whilst following the map many friendly locals had a little chat and helped us with directions and we soon found ourselves at the front gate. Here we ...
All night last night, I was cooking macaroni and cheese for tomorrow. Just like Christmas, lol. First person to arrive was my aunt, mum's first cousin, Bude Tati with her son, daughter in law and three children. We started chatting, nice people. More and more people came, Pade Hani and Pade Buce came, spoke to them about job opportunities in Bali. Nice! I ...
... Yogya, Java came to Bali and happens to be diving instructor. So we went diving together, with two others that were getting their license. It was really nice. The first dive was in a 'coral garden' with many different kinds of coral and the second dive was at a wreck. and decided I should go diving more often :) I have two weeks left on my visa. There are so many things I would like to see and do in Indonesia, but for now I decided I want to go to Lombok, and see from there where I want to ...
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We have 12 people in our intrepid group who we got to meet that evening and got to know each other better during dinner at a nearby restaurant. I had my first Nasi Goreng (Indonesian fried rice) of the trip with fried chicken and my Bintang beer. The watress must have known who I was as I was given a 1 liter bottle of beer which she gave the guy's a small regular bottle. ha-ha! Our guide is Sukio, we had a great chat at the restaurant and he was ...