Mercure Convention Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
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After that awful journey, we changed and got as dry as best we could which was difficult as all our belongings were soaking wet.
All four of us jumped in a taxi back to Berau. Kayla and Kevin jumped in their own and we all headed for the airport.
The mood in the car was strange.
Anger was dissipating and as the adrenaline that got us through it also subsided, we were all very very tired. Although the events of the boat trip were still being discussed ...
... children, family, and music) at the reception area. The wedding party was introduced; more pictures then the eating began. Not a sit down, but more of a smorgasbord of buffets. Then it was over, no alcohol or dancing. We took home more food than we could carry including boxes of wedding cake.
Back into the traffic of Jakarta and home to end another day.
Motorcycle of the day: Family of five without helmets (four on the bike is ...
... adrenal reactions were to just sit there frozen in fear. But we swerved it at the last second and live to tell the tale! (With just a bruised head to two) Phew! The following day we traveled to the Island of El Nildo where we managed to get a room for £2.50 - bargalicous! We indulged in island hopping and mingled with the islands rastas. The island only has power for during the evening hours, which is a nice escape from the world of electronics. We booked our tickets to ...
... a day spent in the city center, I can taste the fuel gas on my tongue, and what's coming out of my nose is black. Also, you see many poor people living on the street, with little possessions. I gave my tempe snack to a poor woman begging on the street. Later, I realized I didn't see any teeth when she was smiling at me...but sure she found a way to eat it. I spent only three days in Jakarta, just enough to get an impression of the city and to extend my visa with another month. After ...
... monument in the city center dedicated to the spirit of the Indonesia people. This large tower lies in the center of what could be described as a park. In typical style the place was a hustle and bustle with vendors selling food, drinks, key rings resembling the Monas, t-shirts and almost everything in between. Locals can be seen sleeping on chairs, amongst the trees or generally just on the path by their stores. Honestly I question how they do it, it looks so uncomfortable and ...