Oakwood Premier Cozmo Jakarta
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... me after getting back home. She said she is going to check up on that. She plans to try meditation, but not just yet. I don't press the meditation point anyway, its something you need to feel you are ready for. She swam for a bit, and then we decided to try the hamam. The hamam was obviously segregated based on sex, since its a muslim country. I finally got the hamam experience that I had missed in Turkey. It was a nice half hour sitting in a stone room, with steam ...
... lock so a dirty great padlock to lock them together- hey this is Indonesia!). Inside it was lovely too- a waterfall shower in a neat ensuite and some very nice furniture. Impressive for twelve pounds a night, including a very nice home cooked breakfast. The bed was our favourite part though- it was large and comfortable with a classy carved wooden headboard. On closer inspection, the headboard carving was that of the Manchester United crest, one on each side. Class! And a ...
... had been waiting patiently in the trees around us, helped themselves. We realised there was a young female sitting in the tree directly above where we were sitting which was quite a thrill until she started urinating on us.
We watched the others descend on the remaining food for a while, a very young orangutan who looked like he'd only just learned to climb on his own was swinging backwards and forwards on a branch while his mum stocked up on bananas. He was tiny. ...
... completely inhabitable yet there were clearly still people using them! We also so a lot of buildings that had been burnt down and just left to rot into complete disrepair. It was actually pretty saddening to see as we had heard that Jakarta is one of the world’s great "Megopolises".
The temperature and humidity were much the same as Singapore although this time we didn’t begrudge ourselves staying in our ...
... flame sculpture at its tip, although today (due to maintenance) it was only possible to climb the steps to the viewing platform. Even this proved quite a challenge as we couldn't find the entrance. A fence surrounded the grounds, and entry was gained via an underpass across a pedestrianised street. After taking in the views in dazzling sunlight we returned to the base of the monument, which houses nearly fifty ...