Novotel Jakarta Mangga Dua Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Good place to land near the old town
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... the phone some random guy gave us. We got off the bus and it was as bad as I read but we insisted we did not want to go anywhere take any tours just get some food and we walked until we found a place far from the crowds to eat. Even here we got another random guy handing us a telephone with a man on the other end selling a very cheap taxi to our destination but you don't book taxis like that which are cheaper than the bus it wreeks of robbery. We had ...
... Penny, Mbak Desi, she was the one who wanted to help me find a job as an English teacher as she's ine herself. I told her I'm more enthusiastic in working with Pade Buce in Bali. I just clicked thinking that she's his daughter. I had no idea how big my mum's family is. They are, I could say well off as they were married to rich men, but so down to ...
... about 10-15 minutes and then we were off. The ride was about 7 hours and we spent most of it sleeping. We arrived in Jakarta around 4:30pm and started making our way to the hotel. Once we were walking along the main road a cab stopped to see if we wanted a ride and not wanting to brave the crazy Indonesian sidewalks with our massive bags, we gave in. Once checked in at the hotel it was an afternoon of resting and then we went for dinner at an ...
... a warehouse. Did spot some cool possible additions for my scooby though Eventually score a cable for 2 quid. It will probably explode. Leah goes into the "limited factory outlet" and is followed slowly around at 5 paces by 2 personal shoppers. She refers to herself as the pied piper of Hamlin, I leave so that I dont laugh too loud and distract them from the trapesing Back to swim in the pool while we still have one, via the gym for 2.5 km uphill in 22 ...
... of footpaths & so many little shops & stall in the middle of what I think should be footpath that you have to walk on the road amongst the cars & motor bikes half the time anyway. There are lines of 10 – 20 people on bikes on the side of the road offering rides & cars & small buses will pull over & ask if you want a lift! On our 10 minutes walk we must have
been offered lifts at least 30 times. My ...