Marriott Executive Apartments - The Mayflower Jakarta
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
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Our journey of 3 countries involved a morning call at 3.30 am and followed with a 3.5 hr flight to Sydney before leaving the airport and re-entering for another 6.5hr flight to Indonesia.
As we got out of the plane, the heat and humidity hit us straight away! We'd left the cooler climes of NZ behind to begin our Asian adventure! Fending off the taxi offers, we took the Damri bus to one of the central stations ...
... as it hit over us, water completely submerging us once more. When we surfaced we realised that the beam that ran along above us has snapped and hit one of the girls on the head. We were all in disbelief that this was actually happening, it felt like a film, more scarily a film that doesn't have a happy ending (I'm talking titanic), especially as we were heading towards a huge rock. The other girls were all ready to jump the boat as we were about to crash and capsize, although ...
... Berlin Wall with car driving through it. Once back at the house, an hours FaceTime and Facebook catch up was ruined by my feet being eaten alive by what felt like all the mossies in Jakarta! Saturday: first up was music team practice for church tomorrow morning. I tagged along with Barbara to Nick and Debra's house for music practice, where I enjoyed a peaceful hour snoozing and catching up on emails. Having listened to the band for 5 minutes I concluded my vocal talents would be ...
... there was no chance to find anything open.
The night was uncomfortable, as you can imagine but we made it and found a hotel by midday the next day. It is in the Jalan Jaksa area, which is supposed to be where the tourists go. This is what I knew of this city before I started traveling: it is big, it is home to 20 million people, it is ugly, messy and too crowded. Well I am sad to say that I was spot on. The city is just completely chaotic with zero ...
INDONESIA and my hardest challenge yet...VIPASSANA MEDITATION - DEC 2013
the farm in Kuala Lumpur and making my way to Indonesia I realised that what I
was about to do I had no knowledge of what so ever. I had no idea about 1. What
it would entail, 2. What I would have to do, 3. Whether I would love or hate
it, or 4. What I would gain from it, if anything. I was about to put myself
into solitary confinement, take myself away from all attachment to ...