JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... us onto a minibus and half an hour later we were at the hotel. Despite it being 9am, the room was ready for us and that's where we stayed until I felt it was a sociably acceptable time to begin drinking lager. (Lunchtime, since you ask.) We enjoyed a few drinks and made some last minute plans for Vietnam before heading for a reasonably early bedtime.
I started writing this on the minibus to the airport and we are now on the flight to Hanoi. We had to ...
... that I was extremely sharp and they left me alone. I ended my evening by going with Eddy to a bar called Treehouse (which has an live tree growing in the middle of the bar) where George had gone onto DJ after the party. This was great fun, particularly when Barbara and Alistair arrived five minutes after us and bought everyone drinks and then proceeded to show us all up with their swing dancing skills. That weekend, on Saturday 25th I had a well earned rest ...
... it sounds like not much, the taxi drivers speak very limited English and the roads and short cuts in the south of Jakarta are crazy, so I was extremely pleased to have been able to navigate my way back. On Friday 10th I accompanied Alison and the magazine photographer to the Indian Women's Association of Jakarta annual charity bazaar at the Marriott hotel in the business district. While waiting for our press passes I was thoroughly harassed by a very bossy Indian woman wearing ...
We weighed our options to come to Jakarta. We were going to continue south but the prospect of so many long hours in a Sumatran bus wasn't appealing. There was one more sight I had wished to see here but there was also a compromise to make so we took a flight to Jakarta. We found a cheap ticket online but could not book it due to the airline policy of not accepting credit card payment for flights leaving less that 48hours from the time of purchase. So we took a gamble and ...
... extremely helpful! I don’t know if this is due to her name, but we were both pretty giddy to meet another Norma (mine is all the way in Indonesia!)
We walked to the park, but found it difficult to find the entrance. Luckily for us, a homeless man pointed out the cut bars in the steel fence that we could climb through. We went to the National Monument which holds the Indonesia’s Declaration of Independence. The ticket guy ...