Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMandarin Oriental, Jakarta
I'd recommend this place to others for sure. The free breakfast was fantastic, as was the cocktail hour the afternoon I was there. All complimentary. Outstanding
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... Berfikir positif * Yelling
small group * Do the best * Group jugling
* Everbody Up * Partisipasi aktif * Big Foot Self confidence and trust games * Your cicle * Past to person
* Benteng pertahanan
... out of the place he went (I don't remember the name now). The CRJ's are really new here too. He said his first day of work he flew the 40th flight for that airplane he was operating. Pretty wild.
I am excited for us to move to Medan. At least then I will have a purpose and I can start looking for us a place to live and we can get out of a hotel room! Not that I don't love having the room cleaned and free breakfast every morning but an increase in space would be nice. ...
... of the cars that never ended made for a difficult crossing. Once on the other side we turned down a narrow street. First we passed a small cemetery filled with graves that were all elevated about six inches or so off the ground and covered with a blanket of grass. Shortly after passing the cemetery we passed a small hole in the wall barber shop. John had been wanting to get his hair cut so Katherine asked how much the teen charged to cut. The price was right ...
... shopping mall I could see two men swinging off a rope with what appeared to be a tool belt attached to the waist. On the tool belt was a bucket of what I guessed was water as these men were attempting to clean the windows of the mall. However they more resembled Tarzan than anything else.
Anyway, I had arrived at my destination, which I realized I had already been to just a few days ago. The driver must have had it wrong I swore there wasn’t a puppet museum here. ...
... duty free shops, but the main shops of interest for window shopping were the gold shop (amazing to see the quantity and variety of quality and designs of jewellery, and the shops selling Arabic produce, dates, almonds, brass coffee sets, sweets and heavy, unctuous perfumes, quite unlike our Western European fare. People watching was great, as well. It seemed the every nationality under the sun was represented in Dubai ...