Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta
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... manner of a Formula One pit stop team, and the whole lot was done in about 20 minutes. Unfortunately we should probably have been a bit more careful in inspecting their handiwork as it wasn't until we came to clean and lube the bikes later on that Steve noticed that they hadn't fitted the brake pads properly and had to set about doing the fiddly task himself. We have decided that sometimes we are just a little too polite. The pedals we have bought ...
... A BATH! First time bathing in 5 months was an actual dream. It was so good that I'm pointlessly mentioning it in this blog, so I can look back and reminisce! ahhh yeah! We then ventured to some other places like (insert name place when you can remember it), where we were beach bums for a while, drinking, swimming with turtles ect .. such a hard life in the Philippines ;) After our hard earned rest on the islands, we journeyed up north to Banue to do some trekking in the ...
And here we thought it was going to slow down once we got on the ship. How wrong we were. After a good night sleep and a great breakfast in the hotel we had time to take a quick stroll around downtown Singapore and see the most incredible mix in old and new architecture in this pristine city. As one of the busiest sea ports in this part of the world, we saw from a distance a 3 towers apartment ...
... immersed in the course. It is impossible to act out sexual
misconduct due to complete segregation of sexes for the entire duration of the
course. It is also impossible to intoxicate yourself due to only being provided
tea, coffee, water and vegetarian food, and it is one’s nature to not steal.
These were not the hardest rules to follow however. What was hardest comes
after a few days and really started to manifest on day 5.
structure of ...
... in the square below it was time to go and mingle with the locals..
Once the proud city square it is slowly crumbling away..buildings in need of restoration everywhere.... The Sejarah Museum housed in the old city hall built in 1710 ..was opened in 1974, displaying objects from the prehistory period of the city region circa 1527, and through the Dutch colonization period from the 16th century until ...