Oakwood Premier Cozmo Jakarta
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Room service
- Microwave in room
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... There are small numbers of the more dangerous, militant followers and the government is very watchful of these groups.
The area was a Hindu Kingdom, surrounded by a Muslim kingdom. The Hindu leaders invited the Portuguese believing they could protect the area. In 1527, the Muslim kingdom expelled the Portuguese. This was said to be the birth of Jakarta. The Dutch were invited to help expel the Muslim Kingdom and they did. The ...
After traveling the world with 40 fellow Harvard grads, the official part of the Asia trek is now over. Lucky for me, I still have a quick trip to Hong Kong to look forward to. The journey exceeded my expectations and I learned more than I could have ever imagined. I will return to the US with dozens of new friends and a fresh interest in the developments of Asia.
Our trek's final official destination was Jakarta, the modern capital ...
... As usual, my sister got stressed out and blamed me for not being aware and caring about my stuff more than hers. She asked me in a rude tone "could you remember how many luggages there were?" I replied "two", she then went off on one saying that there were three and that I should be aware of things next time. I was aware, it's just that she needs to stop blaming other people when she's stressed out. ...
Up early (alright not early but earlier) and ready to go to Taman Indonesia or Mini Indonesia. We were lucky enough to have Pak Ajis to drive us there. It was not far away but the car traffic on top of the motorcycles made the journey take longer than it should. Pak Ajis is such a good and patient driver. Nothing seems to stress him out but then again I guess he did grow up with the traffic.
Taman Indonesia is a giant park designed to show the visitor the many different ...
... They gave us indications and it sounded fairly easy. According to them, it would take around 45 minutes to get there. Well, it took a little bit longer. Four transfers and 3 hours of standing in packed buses only to get to the station from which we had to take the bus to Pandangaran.
We spent two nights in Jakarta because we were not in any kind of hurry and because we wanted to give the city a chance in spite of the ...