JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... very traditional sometimes, I think it was nice for her to have company. Its not the most comfortable place for a solo woman traveler to travel in, especially if she is white and is going to wear swimsuits and short dresses. We came back to the dock to take the boat back to Jakarta. The boarding process was just as convoluted, but at least since there were fewer people on the island, it was quick. We took seats on the top open deck, and Caroline had already noted ...
... to the National Monument yesterday (see my pictures) and that was very interesting. The monument consists of two parts: a base building that housed a museum of sorts telling the history of Indonesia using dioramas depicting important historical events, and a tall obelisk-like structure similar to the Washington monument with a viewing platform on top. I wanted to go up to the top – costs about $1.20 – but I was told that there was a 3 hour wait for ...
... could damn right see I was alone and crying my eyes out. It was definitely the all time low point of the trip so far. I booked another flight for the next morning which cost about 23 pounds and then booked myself into the airport hotel which was a short walk away. Kuala Lumpur city centre is too far away and not worth it for one night on my own, especially as I've been recommended not to travel in Malaysia as a girl alone. The hotel only had rooms with double beds so I had to ...
... suits and headed to the pool. We were the only people there for most of the time and the sun was nice and hot. I do not think that I got any more tan today though. Right before we were about to leave a group of six or so four year olds came running in to the pool area for their (what I can only imagine) is their weekly swim lesson. It made me smile to see them fearlessly jump into the cold water and start to kick about. When the shrieks got to be at a ...
... disappointing and was also very busy so we went on to the National Museum. This was much more interesting and we were excited to see the Flores Hobbit, discovered in 2004. There were also many model ships and traditional artefacts which were good to see. We left here to look at the Presidential Palace, and on the way there were overtaken by a long convoy of cars and by the flags realised that it was the president of Vietnam visiting. Sure enough, the ...