Le Meridien Jakarta
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Older property. Could use an update,but, staff were very friendly and helpful.
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I was remarkably calm during the flight from Singapore to Jakarta. I had mapped out how I would reach out to our alums to turn our info session into an "alumni briefing" and I imagined that maybe it wouldn't be so bad if I ended up with an extra two days in Australia.
The walk from the plane to the VOA counter was long, but there was no …
... museum described the change brought about by historical trade and banking with a special focus on the banks creation and position in modern markets. Ian made a new friend in a local school boy called Kevin who struck up a conversation to practice his English with a parting comment echoing down the hall "see you in the UK Ian".
Navigating our way around the city streets, we took our lives into our own hands crossing the busy roads; green man doesn't mean cross ...
... with a few minutes to spare - we're wondering when our luck is going to run out! We celebrated our plane catching victory by eating loads of Cheetos, flavoured in an un-natural shade of orange, trying to sober up. Which leads us onto our time spent in Pureto Princecca. We didn't spend too long here, but did take a day trip to see one of 'the wonders of the world' The Underground River aka.. a cave. Funny thing about caves is, they all look the same inside.. Dark. So I have no ...
Fifteen hours of flying behind me, I arrived in the dead of night at Jakarta airport. Having cleared immigration, customs and the baggage reclaim que, I was met by the lovely Andre (one of the Speirs' family drivers) who drove me to the house. After being greeted by the three resident golden retrievers and Barbara I fell into bed. Friday morning I was woken by Barbara who told me she was taking me to a formal event at the Shangri La hotel ball room this evening hosted by the ...
... cheap, and we figured we could always come back the next day for more. Whilst walking back to our hotel, we saw many homeless on the walkway crossing the highway, as well as in the streets. On the walkway we saw a generator going, and a guy getting a tattoo done. We don’t know how safe or hygienic this was, but Rob had already made his mind up that he wasn’t going to get a tattoo done there.
The next day was another chilled out ...