Mercure Jakarta Kota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of us were feeling a little better that the immediate question of what to do for couple of days was solved. We walked through the street market of the old town. It was a pedestrian only area, and the stall were selling everything from trinklets to clothes to street food. She browsed the shops, as I just looked around. We were back in a good mood, joking and making comments on things we saw. There were a lot of times when we felt almost like a couple during this ...
... fifty percent of that money goes straight in to a fund to help the people out with schooling, healthcare and assistance on building their lives. It's about time we did something which felt worthwhile and make a positive impact once again.
It was a fantastic experience- we met ordinary people from many communities, starting with a group living in a slum next to a railway, moving on to people living in a shanty town crudely constructed over an old dockland area and then on ...
... big city in the world. The mansions and modern buildings were definitely in sharp contrast to the slums near the port, where people lived in small shacks.
Back on the ship, I was not feeling all that well. I was congested and felt like I could hardly breathe. We had a light dinner in the Lido and then I just laid in bed and read for the rest of the evening since the next day we would be in Semarang and had another tour planned.
Next: We have a cup of java in ...
... the guys weren't allowed to go because no uniform. From there I went into a police wagon (it's like the food wagons at the state fair) which was a bathroom. It smelled terrible, but whatever I had to go. About 100 yards later I realized there was a "wanita" (girl) bathroom wagon which I'm sure would have been better… it would have had to be better. Nevertheless we starting walking towards the monument, in the middle of the park, when a guy came up to us and told us ...
... 35,000 per person departure tax which was down from the 75,000 quoted in our guidebook. More security and finally we were through to the departures lounge (still vey early!) and feeling the need, treated ourselves to an ice cream. The ladies toilets are revolting, Cat would like to inform you! A little after 18.30 the flight was called to board and, although due to leave at 18.50, didn't head for he runway until 19.25! This unfortunately meant ...