Mercure Convention Center
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... and would have put most malls in the US to shame. We checked in, and for the first time in couple of months, our bags were delivered to our room. The room was great, with all the amenities we had missed for so long. She wanted to tour the hotel, and we walked about seeing the pool, the spa, the restaurants, the stores and of course, the ultra modern gym (perhaps something that thrilled her the most). The people at our beck and call. She seemed very happy, and I knew ...
... people living in some of the most deprived areas, people who desperately need a helping hand- folk who the government don't even acknowledge exist in some cases. The top dogs need to take their fat heads out of the sand.
We met our guide Ronny and around ten other tourists in a cafe a couple of stops on the metro from our hotel. Ronny is a successful Indonesian artist who felt compelled to do something to help his fellow countrymen living in absolute poverty by bringing ...
... Indonesia is a country of 17,000 islands and 250 million people, 85% of which are Muslim. More than 12 million people live in Jakarta, so it is not surprising that so many people come to this mosque.
Our last stop of the day was the elementary school that President Barack Obama attended when he lived in Indonesia with his mother and Indonesian step-father. It is a beautiful school -- there were gardens with waterfalls inside -- but, unfortunately for us, ...
... want you to drive in some of these places as the cost of a bed for the car for the night was almost the same as the cost for a room for us. So our meandering path will be Amsterdam, Bruge, Ghent, Osnabruk, Wismar, Hamburg, The Hague then back to Jakarta. With side trips to Brussels, Antwerp ( diamonds I believe are on the menu ), Apeldoorn to visit a primate park where lots of the animals ...
... they bring it to their new country when they leave this ****,but they have the fear in their heads their whole life. I can't imagine dealing with that **** every day of your life and then all of a sudden moving to a better place??? wow...Don't know how I would deal with men in the new situation, I would probably be distrusting and skeptical of everyone, which is how I am right now.
Anyway, back to the adventures. My first stop was going to be the ...