Novotel Jakarta Mangga Dua Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Good place to land near the old town
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... I had hoped to do in absence of sightseeing in Jakarta - relax. After lounging for couple of hours, she decided it was time to go to the gym. She also decided that it was time for me to exercise a little bit. So, were in the gym in a little while, on the ellipticals. It has been almost three months since I went to the gym. Although, I have been walking a lot for most of the vacation, still the food and the drinks has ensured that I put on some weight. So, ...
... moves etc. It helped a lot, and made someone like me feel like I was getting something out it; Hannah on the other hand didn't need much reassurance as she's getting good at this stuff now! It was a perfect and beautiful start to the day.
We took a nice walk up the nearby hill that afternoon to eat our lunch (bought from one of the boutiquey bakeries in town) looking out over the lovely Ubud countryside, before enjoying a freshly prepared fruit lassi from a cafe up ...
... there was some unidentifiable weird stuff as well. A plate of what tasted like deep fried liquorice and a lovely big bowl of squidgy green stuff but hey, we had chips! We ate it quickly before the nightly invasion of thousands of flies turned up to spoil it. The weird stuff got shovelled into an empty Pringles tube and stashed at the very bottom of the bin.
We were awoken at 5am by an Islamic call to prayer which was being belted out across town at Kumai. It ...
... accommodation and surfing a lot. My old iphone has stopped working too, so will have to rely on my mates pictures.
Anyway, flights were pretty uneventful, no movies but watched a great doco on the making of Rolling Stones album "Exile on Main Street". They fled as tax exiles to Keith Richard’s villa on the French Riviera where they set about crafting songs for the double LP – interesting ...
... was closed, so we went back to the pempek place we had went to before with Laila. Rick and Jake had the pempek while I ate the tekwan (clear broth, not as spicy).
It was smoldering hot again, and eating spicy food wasn't helping that situation. --It is getting hotter, I assume because the rainy season is officially over and we are getting deeper into the dry season -- From eating we went to the mall and roamed ourselves right into the arcade where we spent playing ...