Jakarta Airport Hotel
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... Unfortunately, everything was closed, and we had to order some in the room for her, while I ordered a coffee for myself. The most interesting part of the walk across to the mall and back, was that area around the hotel was full of amateur photographers. There were models posing for pictures, and then this horde of photographers taking pictures. Everyone noticed Caroline, and we noticed that a few photographers were taking pictures of her as we crossed the ...
... and a lovely coffee before dodging the line of Mercedes parked outside to head back to Big for a film and some bargainous room service grub. Things were on the up again.
We were flying out late the next evening so had another day to kill. A bit too long in a city we were already bored with to be honest. There's just not that much of interest for us in Jakarta and we knew a lot of places were now completely shut for Eid. Anyway, we spent that day wandering around ...
... is the densely populated capital of the nation, with a tropical climate and very high humidity. It was very hot and miserable to be out of the car for sight seeing. The population of the city is huge and dense. Public housing is being built but with the enormous size of the poor people, much more needs to be done. Slums and squatters pop up on unused and rundown land. It is sad to see the squalor of some areas.
The influence ...
... mom for 2 hours I spent the next 4 packing up all of our stuff, and just as I was about to pack up our shoes and toiletries on top, Rick called and told me to stop. Just as he was about to pay for my ticket, Jake got a phone call saying he was going to Makassar but Rick (and I) were staying here in Jakarta. That was not something that we had planned on, at all. No 'bule' (white man) flys the CRJ 1000 (or any Garuda plane) in and out of Jakarta.
Rick left for work ...
... Pak Ajis, the wonderful driver from yesterday. The traffic in Jakarta is unbelievably bad during the week, but he knew exactly what he was doing. Our first stop was to a street market that specializes in selling animals, specifically birds. Katherine and Bruno were telling us that one of the things that makes you a man in Indonesia is to own a bird. Many people migrate from the small towns to Jakarta but still want to have the exotic birds of their homeland with them. ...