Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Business Services
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... sheepishly said yes. Caroline agreed, and I took a picture of them. Hehe .. being a white tourist in Asia is almost like being a celebrity. It has its good and bad sides as I found over the three weeks. You definitely get a lot of attention, some good and some bad. There were so many people who said hello to her, and some who asked her if she would come to their hotel room (when I was not with her). Its almost weird the kind of obsession that we Asians have with ...
... with them and explained to us throughout what we were seeing- we could tell they respected him and by the end so did we. His wife Annette was lovely too and took us into the home of one lady who had recently moved to the big city from far away in rural Sumatra with promises of riches only to be stuck in a single wooden room with her husband and a kid on the way. It was fascinating to hear her story and inspiring to see her optimism and humour about the situation. We were taken ...
... central Jakarta. Although we ended up there, I actually saw nothing of what I wanted to see. After a total of 8 hours on the back of a bike, I decided it was impossible to commute from East to Central again. The journey took 3 hours due to Heavy traffic. Welcome to Jakarta is what I was told haha.
I decided to move to a hostel for my last 2 nights in Jakarta. The Packers Lodge in Glodok which ...
... the building mainly. There were some nice ships inside, but the building was a restored warehouse from the Dutch trading company, VOC.
From there, the guidebook said to go and see this harbour. As soon as I got there, a creepy man started touching my arm and telling me he was a tourism officer. Maybe he was, and I have heard that people are kind of touchy feely here, but he was giving me the creeps. As soon as I was ready to run, I turned around ...
... then I realized why he didn't believe I was a college student. haha. Oh well. There was a tunnel under the street (again… they like those) and we bought some water there before we resurfaced next to the monument. We walked around and realized there was a huge line, supposedly an hour, for the elevator to the top. Jake immediately asked if there was a way for us to pay to skip the line…. there was. We walked up to the second floor viewing area and waited for ...