Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta
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... one will be here he said - you have to go to the main ticket office across the city!
So a dash back to.... yep - 100 mtrs from our hotel! funny but not funny if you get what we mean.
The clock was ticking and to cut a long story short; we got our money back - well 50% of it but what we got back was enough to cover our flights.
The next few days were fairly uneventful. There was a big shopping centre a 10 minute walk away which led to ...
... difficult to gauge how much of my positive experience in Jakarta was down to Stefanus. For example, despite the fact he had to work - I stayed at his house, he picked me up and dropped me off in Jakarta every day, gave me lots of advice and support - ideas what to do & where to eat and such like. Had I been exploring Jakarta alone - it may have been very different but I still feel Jakarta has a lot to offer tourists!
In Jakarta - I ...
... 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 ...
... are unclear, and you're surrounded by so many scooters. But it was fun, and I made it to the temple. There, a teenage girl offered me to show me around and explain the history of the temple (free of charge, because she's student of tourism). It was really nice she told me the story, otherwise it would have been just another temple to me. After a week of partying and meeting great people, I took a bus to Bromo, which is a active volcano in East Java. The driver brought me to a ...
... plus to this museum was that their were English translations on every display, something I have not found elsewhere. You can exit the museum part of the Monas to the outside where again the four corners of the enclosed monument serve to show Indonesia's brief history, this time through carved concrete walls. I have begun to notice that whatever Indonesians put their heart into they excel at. These walls are beautifully carved and incredibly detailed. I know they are not ...