Hotel Mulia Senayan
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Business Services
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... If i hadn't lost the third day i'd originally planned on staying in Jakarta for, due to the early train booking to Bandung, i'd have taken the free double decker blue bus tour. These buses run a set route around the city, stopping at the main points of interest such as the National Museum, Cathedrals and Mosques etc. You can get off at any designated stop that interests you. Once you've seen what you want to see, you just wait for the next bus to come along and hop on. ...
... her bikini and a semi transparent sun dress. Ok, so today was the Id. Something had to be said, and I asked her if she didn't want to wear something more substantial. She agreed, and even as I stood in her room, she changed her clothes. We took and taxi, and were soon as the Ancol Marina. We bought tickets to the Pari island, and the boat was supposed to leave at 8:00 am from the pier 17. This seemingly simple task turned out to be very complicated. As we got to ...
... ahead of Canada but I had barely slept since Monday. I checked in, gave the girl at the front desk a photocopy of my lost baggage report, and settled into my co-ed p, 8 person dorm. Now I'm lying in bed (bottom bunk of pod # 2) and I can't even explain how badly I want to shower and put on fresh underwear. I'm crossing my fingers that I'll wake up to my backpack waiting for ...
... 8 hour train the next day to Indonesia's notoriously chaotic capital city, Jakarta. Only having one evening and one morning there before our flight to Bangkok we spent the evening having a very traditional....Chinese. The next morning we ventured to the main square which had a carnival like atmosphere with many locals renting out old pretty painted town bikes (inspired by the Dutch history of the area) cycling around wearing matching coloured sun hats, making good use ...
... names are Florenzia, Geby and "Friendy"... not sure how to spell that last one.
I let Geby "steal" my camera and these are the photos she took. She thought the video button was the photo button so I have a lot of videos of them just posing. Ha. ...