Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta
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Pak Ajis was going to take us to another area of the city after the mosque, but the traffic was so bad that we had to turn around and go somewhere else. He decided to bring us to a mall and let us wander around in the air conditioning for a while. We met up with Katherine and Bruno and their friend Jessica after they all got off of work for the day. The place was called Potato Head. I got a fresh dragon fruit juice. Yum.
Dinner was going to be at a ...
... stayed in there.
It was not really the best, and it wasn't very cheap either, but for the first night they gave me a discount because I was by myself and very tired, and it was a room for two. The hotel included breakfast (rice, peanut fritters, spicy soup, water and tea) and wifi (only in the lobby), for 260.000 rp (the first night I payed just 210.000, not really cheap but well).
The next day, after recovering ...
... had politely declined though and when asked had told Nick that no he didn't think Cat would be okay with it. We set course for the national monument again and 'enjoyed' more stares and shouts as we crossed the main square. We bought tickets to go to the goblet at the bottom but not to go up the shaft as there was a 3 hour wait. The goblet was interesting, particularly the National History Museum which didn't all flow and was very much biased from ...